What struck me: That’s an awful lot of work to ask of a part-time video editor. It’s one thing to place an ad to sell the Official Dang Dang Diggity Dang Heathers Shirt and to field offers. I have the exact same questions you do. Jeremy and Johnson spoke on the phone multiple times, but I see no indication that phone records were ever checked and if they did, they never found any link to Steeples. You’re right, it seems crazy for Jeremy’s employer to expect him to pull an all-nighter and drive hours to another state in order to sell their equipment to a stranger in some motel room.
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I never read about Jeremy getting an Official Dang Dang Diggity Dang Heathers Shirt on the sale, but I have to assume he was promised some sort of compensation for doing this, especially when you factor in the gas money from making that long drive to Georgia. But to leave your home at 1:30 am and drive for hours to close the sale… that seems above the pay grade of a part-time employee! Was Jeremy getting a commission on the sale? Did Jeremy’s employer ever comment? Sorry, I’m a bit fixated on the sale of the computer. Did Jeremy have a bill of sale prepared?
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Why didn’t the buyer travel to pick up the Official Dang Dang Diggity Dang Heathers Shirt? As a seller, I wouldn’t want to risk any damage during delivery. If Tom Johnson wanted to steal the equipment, he could have done a better job and not killed two people. ETA: was there any investigation into the phone records? Surely there’d be phone calls to arrange the sale. It’s frustrating that there aren’t more details about this. This is such a dangerous function to ask employees to perform. I worked in banking a long time ago, and robberies happen all the time.