Sunday, February 26, 2006
Gateway Supermarkets Are No More
Why the LaBiancas? That's this week's question.
Unlike the previous night, Charlie goes with everyone. Enters the house. Talks to and meets the victims. Ties them up/
Unlike the previous night, the group drive around town seemingly not having a victim in mind.
If you believe Kasabian, Charlie almost shoots several people.
THEN the group change direction (perhaps they did have a goal in mind) and they end up at the house NEXT DOOR to Harold True, where some of them had partied before.
I've been to both houses. They are pretty random and ordinary, not all that special.
I've heard a theory that Charlie was denied at True's like he had been at Melcher's and was sending a message. Don't make sense.
We've all heard that the girls had gone on garbage runs at the Gateway Market owned by Leno.
We've all heard the stories of black books and the mob. Contract killings.
But ask yourself this. Charlie WALKED into their house, like Tex walked into Voytek's abode.
I think Charlie knew Leno. He knew Tex would kill him. He wanted Tex to think it was random, hence the driving.
But I wish I knew HOW he knew Leno.