to just walk through,
kind of,the events through--
through your observationsand your eyes.
Lead us through whatthat late afternoon
was like for you and whatcommunications you had.
I talked to Anastasiaon the phone
at about 4:30in the afternoon.
She said that she hadplans for that evening,
and I said, "Okay."
And, as it was,
I was coming homelate that night.
I was--it was almost 9:00.
When I came home,there are things
that I saw, and I said,"Anastasia's been here."
As far as I know,she came home,
which reallycomplicates the story
that was initially told.
(Ryan)If Anastasia did come homeat some point that evening,
as Bob believes,
it's odd that Kellyfailed to mention that
in any of her statements.
It's not important,I guess,
in the big schemeof things.
The cruxof the prosecution
was built on the caseof the tacit admission.
The eyewitness testimony
with the actualcorroborated evidence,
pretty much everything elsewent out the window.
It won't do any goodto hate him.
I'm sure that there'sparts of himself
that he hates himselfright now,
and there's no amountof ugliness or terror
or any kind of scolding
or punishment I couldgive him that's worse
than what's probablyalready been done.
He's got timeto figure it out.
I get to move on,
see whattomorrow brings,
something that Anastasiadeserved too.
Hey, are we done?
Yes, we are. Yeah.
That's a good noteto end it on.Okay.
(Ryan)My heart goes out to Bob.
It's clear that he stillcarries the pain
of losing his daughter,
but there's a differencebetween believing
someone is guilty
and being able to provebeyond a reasonable doubt
that they actually are.