"I would like to have Engineer DeLaunay accompany us," said Inspector Turner.
"I don't care to go," was his reply.
"What objections do have you to going?" was the substance of Inspector Turner's next question.
"It would do me no good," replied Delaunay.
"We want to give you a fair show," replied Turner to DeLaunay's last statement.
"I don't expect a fair show," was his reply.
The answer of the engineer came so quickly that it caused all eyes to turn in his direction.
The morning session then adjourned and Inspector Turner walked over to DeLaunay and told him that it would not take long to make the trip out to the home of the witness.
"All right, I will go," said DeLaunay.
Inspector Turner the asked Engineer DeLaunay why he did not expect a fair show and why he would not talk to the inspector.
"I do not want to talk to you," replied DeLaunay.
There the subject was dropped.