Q But you didn't try to have him explain how it happenend in- it would have to have been after December 29th of 2005, wouldn't it, if he was twelve years old?
A Yes, I guess we can assume that.
Q Okay. Now, with regard to the first interview I guess- well, the first interview you did with him he said nothing had happened?
A Okay. Are we talking about AW?
Q AW, yes.
A Okay. Yes, the first interview AW did not disclose, he was not very happy even at the time.
Q AW denied any inappropriate allegations on that date?
A That is correct.
Q BW (Brad's oldest daughter) denied any inappropriate behavior that she witnessed between her and JH in her interview?
A That's correct.
Q Okay. Now let's go back to the first interview with JH, I guess the only interview?
Q At that time I think you had been a, what you described as a forensic interviewer, for two years and two months?
A In 2006? I started doing forensic interviews in 2002, so that would be four years.
Q I thought you told me that you did it, February 2004 you became a forensic interviewer?
A No, I came back to the CAC in Ft. Oglethorpe in February 2004.
Q Okay. As a forensic interviewer?
A Only. I had worked there previously.
Q But not full time as an interviewer?
A I'm still not full time.
Q And do you have- you said you don't have- is there a degree in forensic interviewing?
A Not that I am aware of.
Q And do you follow a protocol when you do a forensic interview?
A There is a semi-structured model that Cornerhouse teaches, so we follow that when necessary. And just the guidelines of doing a forensic interview.
Q And does that include wearing an ear piece with a detective?
A That can be different for a lot of different centers. We utilize that method. Cornerhouse actually has a phone that rings in the middle of the interview if the detective or case worker has question that interrupts-
Q This is supposed to be an independent interview; isn't it?
A What does that mean?
Q You're supposed to be as an interviewer finding out, you're not supposed to be doing work as a police are you?
A I'm not
Q Okay. Well, when you're wearing an ear piece and things are suggested to you you're not?
A No. That's doing an interview.
Q What I'm asking you is is that when- do you have any notes about when the detective asked you questions?
A No, there's no way I could keep notes on that and everything else, too.
Q So, it's possible that's questions the detective was having you ask?
A That's very possible.
Q Well, then it's not you doing the interview it's her(the detective) doing the interview; isn't it?
A It's me on the tape
I will continue from here on the next blog. Stacy Long is going to say whatever she needs to say to get this conviction for Mr. Gregor.