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I'm not a journalist, but if I were to interview an accused serial killer that denies the accusations, I would never interrupt them while they are trying to elaborate an answer.
Also, acting provocatively in a passive kind of way, will never create a comfortable environment for the interviewe to open up, and will push him further into his already-made victim character.
Sooo I'm not sure what was the perfect scenario for the interviewer here.
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