GazetteRebecca: Still reading texts. Sounds like after his oui he is staying at her apt and she is driving him around, making sure he's eaten, etc
GazetteRebecca: On Feb 15 he's texting from courthouse after OUI arrest. She tells him to call her and then arranges to pick him up from bus in Easthampton
GazetteRebecca: Scratch that - he was apparently just texting all that to figure out when she was home so he could send the $70 bouquet he bought herf
GazetteRebecca: Welch sends her a ton of texts about trying to meet her to give her stuff back. She tells him to burn it and leave her alone. He won't quit.
GazetteRebecca: Pripstein tells Welch "it's over... You blew it" and he calls her selfish and evil on feb 11
GazetteRebecca: Pripstein tells him "goodbye forever" and then says she's joking and help him get a new job
GazetteRebecca: Welch to Pripstein: "you're half the reason I'm in this mess"
GazetteRebecca: Welch to Pripstein: "talk to me when you get a conscience"
GazetteRebecca: Welch talks about focusing on taking care of his "health and sanity" and maybe going to hospital
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GazetteRebecca: Riley: I manipulated Welch but didn't lie when said heard from Pripstein, heard "911 call of her pleading for her life...We heard from her."
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