V.M. Varga: A man wakes up one morning and decides to kill four men over a certain age, all with the same last name.
Gloria Burgle: That didn’t happen.
V.M. Varga: And yet, if evidence is collected, if confessions are made, if a verdict of guilty is entered in a court of law, then its happening becomes as the rocks and rivers, and to argue that it didn’t happen is to argue with reality itself.