It's very hard telling that kind of
truth to a husband who's trusted you.

I see.
Are you charging her with murder,

Tell your lawyer.
She didn't do it.
She's protecting Korvo.
He killed Mrs Randolph.
You see, I was Mrs Randolph's doctor.
Korvo made love to her
and swindled her out of $60,000.

Her daughter was to inherit
the money this month.

Mrs Randolph told you all this?
Yes, under analysis. You can hear the
recordings if you come to my office.

(Phone rings)
Lieutenant Colton.
Who'd you ask?
Cet a hold of the manager.
Maybe he'll know where he is.

That was a report on Korvo.
- He's not at his hotel.
- You've let him get away!

Take it easy, Doctor. If you have
any facts, I'll be glad to hear them.

- But he's gotten away, I tell you!
- Facts, Doctor.

You say Korvo and Mrs Randolph stole
$60,000 of her daughter's money?

I advised Mrs Randolph
to tell her daughter the truth,

and to take Korvo into court as the
only way she could keep her health.

She agreed.
She gave Korvo a week to return
the money before taking action.

He beat her up and threatened
to kill her. But she was determined.

She was going to notify
her daughter and a lawyer on Monday.

- Korvo killed her to avoid jail.
- (Phone rings)

Hold it a minute.
Sounds pretty solid to me.

Lieutenant Colton.
You have, eh?
Where is he?
OK, get over there.
I'll be right with you.