"Q. Where were you when you heard the words to which you have just testified? A. In the first folding door.
"Q. Do you know to whom these words were spoken? A. I do not."
Second line, next to last paragraph (beginning "Now, I realize . . .), the sentence makes more sense using the word "walked" instead of "walking." The word "their" following "vacant lot" should be "then."
Sheriff Behan testified that after leaving Virgil Earp at Hafford's, "I then went down Fourth street to the corner of Fremont, and I met there Frank McLowry holding a horse and talking to somebody."... more