At this point, the inquisitive
reader of this quixotic, quirky essay – should such a reader exist – may be
wondering aloud why Davey didn't sound the alarm bell when he KNEW damn well
what was going on.
Yes, he knew, but wouldn't say;
that was saved for Dodd for a better day.
And it was, by God, HIS ball in play,
and none that Davey could inveigh.
Davey kept his personal suspicions to himself, for better or worse, and was never called as a witness in the case; after all, it appeared no witnesses were at the scene of that tragedy.