You’re a sight for sore eyes
Here’s the thing about stubborn people.
Whether right or wrong they eventually get what they want.
It’s clear to David by the time he reaches the compound, that firstly the girl who was supposedly a prisoner is not there, probably wasn’t there in the first place, but that’s no surprise, secondly had they caught Alisha, then she would be on display when they arrived, and thirdly, there was always the weasel type interrogator bristling with overconfidence waiting in the wings.
And if there was a fourthly, it would be that he would receive ‘the softening up’ process before the first interrogation.
He was not disappointed. The second in so many weeks, or what felt like it, the bruises on the bruises were like a badge of honour.
But that’s the problem with weaselly interrogators who think they hold all the cards, when the tables are turned, they become cowered cowards.
He underestimated David’s resolve. He underestimated Alisha’s determination to remain uncaptured, and he didn’t know about David’s secret weapon.
That is until they came knocking on the door.
His overconfident interrogator, thinking that he held all the cards and that David would be leaving in a body bag, spills the beans.