1. Good morning ma’am. I was looking for Sir Richman III’s room. Could you tell me which room number he is located in?
2. Okay, Yes you may visit him, but there are too many people during the visiting hours this morning. If you don’t mind, could you wait in the waiting room for about 20 minutes until it clears out a little?
4. That's fine we will wait. Come on honey.
3. Are you serious! We…
1. Yes, he is my uncle and this is my wife. We heard about his illness and would like to pay our respects to him. We would love to talk to him before he passes.
2. I’m sorry, but the anticipation is eating me alive. I want this for us… for our family. Once this is done, we’ll be living like we deserve.
1. What were you thinking? We have to act cool and collected and not suspicious at all.
3. Me too. Just stay calm, everything is going to work out.
1. So here’s what we’re going to do. When we get into the room and once everyone leaves, you will sit and comfort my uncle. Make it seem like you are very upset and distract him from what I am doing. Once he is fully distracted, I will snatch a syringe and suck air into it, then put it into the IV bag and pump the air in.
3. Are you dumb? The air bubbles will get into the bloodstream and block the blood from getting to his brain and heart, resulting in his death.
2. What the hell will that do?
1. Oh dear nephew! How are you!
3. Well, you know… not too good.
2. I am fine. We are fine. How is everything going with you?