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Thatís the point. If Ron didnít drive the car to Nicoleís, somebody else did Ėsomebody with a good reason to make it appear that Ron drove. The messages on Ronís answering machine raise a question of whether he was home to answer them. Did he ignore them or was he somewhere else Ė like walking to Nicoleís house. It was only abut a ten-minute walk.
I had a brilliant theory worked out for explaining how Scottís car got where it was. I was happy with it until Rose showed me a few months ago that Ron could not have taken the route thought the ally that I thought he took because the ally did not terminate on Bundy where I thought it did. The reason for my scenario was that I knew Ron didnít go to Nicoleís to drop off the glasses. He went there to ďget luckyĒ with Nicole.
According to Cora Fishman, Faye Resnick told her that she set up the meeting as a three-way tryst with Faye, Nicole and Ron two weeks before the murders. Faye admitted it. Ron dropping off the glasses on his way to meet Stewart Tanner at a bar in Marina Del Rey was just a cover story to explain why Ron wouldnít be going out of his way to do it that night.
If you track Tannerís story of his date with Ron later that night you will see how it changes from the preliminary hearing to his appearances it TV documentaries from a tentative meeting to a sure thing. First it was just an idea they discussed (nobody else heard the discussion). They werenít sure whether they would do it or not. One of them would call the other to confirm it. Neither of them made the call.
There is also the small mater of Ronís suspended driverís license and his girlfriend (not Andrea Scott) who may not have lived within easy walking distance. Under those circumstances itís hard from me to see why Ron, who worked at a restaurant with a bar, would drive a borrowed car to meet with a bartender from that same establishment for a drink at another bar 30 miles away.
Charlie may have something here. ĖJasper