What happened here?
Isn't it clear?
He fell in love--case closed.
Fell, yes. That much is obvious.
But did he jump or was he pushed?
That's the question now.
He left a note, that's evidence
he jumped of his own will.
A note? Not one, but dozens. More!
Is that not odd to you?
You think this was somehow arranged
and that the notes are fake?
Can't be. The handwriting is his,
and witnesses attest that he
delivered them himself.
You think perhaps he was coerced?
That might make sense of why he wrote
such awful poetry.
But then he might have simply lacked
the talent for such things.
What about the woman who
received the notes, and visits too?
Did you question her?
She knew him well and should have seen
the signs before it happened, but
she claims to be just as surprised
as everybody else.
Is it true that she was there
when the fall occurred?
She was, and so for now she is
prime suspect in this case.