"You know her?" The lady in the interogation room asked Starr's uncle. "Yes, this is my neice and sister," he replied, a little miffed at the question.Then they began the questioning.
"Was your friend a drug dealer?" "No," answered Starr. "Where you out doing drugs or buying drugs?" "NO," answered Starr, becoming more frustrated. Her mom then stepped in and asked, "Are you going to ask about what happened or just try to blame it on them?"
They left the police station, and Starr went home and slept. When she woke up and threw up, her dad was there to hug her.
At school the next day, kids started running out of the school, seeming very excited. Starr was confused as to why until she saw the signs; walk out for Kahlil. Starr knew they didn't really care, so she stayed and so did Chris.
Starr was approached by a lady in an organization against police brutality and said she could get Starr and interview. After some arguement, she finally agreed if she would be completely hidden and kept safe.
After the interview, Starr and her whole family went out to dinner. The gang that Kahlil was apart off was outside because Starr dry snitched in the interview. Her dad went out there to get them to leave and the police came. The gang left but Starr's dad was held to the ground, and her brother as well. The officers recognized her and they left.