Thanks Nick. Some of that newspaper article is hard to read.Inquest:
Betty Ting Pei "I saw Bruce Lee last one month before July 20th" How extraordinary
Betty & Dr. Chu
Betty says the plan was to go with Bruce and Raymond to dinner where they would join Lazenby. It's possible George Lazenby was not informed of Betty joining them for dinner. So that makes sense. It does happen...a group of people meet for dinner, one of their friends tags along, and not everyone necessarily knows each other. Raymond and Bruce no doubt had previously arranged to meet George for dinner around 8:00 pm and I guess they decided to bring Betty.
According to the inquest article, Bruce and Raymond arrive up at Betty's place at 5:00 pm. They all discuss the GOD script. After a couple of hours, Bruce complains of a headache, then he goes to lie down. As 8:00 pm approaches, Raymond decides he better go meet George at the restaurant. Betty stays behind with Bruce (who apparently was dressed in nice clothes for going out to dinner).
Betty says she called Raymond around 8:30-8:40 pm to tell him Bruce was still sleeping. How does she do that? Not unless she called the restaurant and asks to speak to Raymond. Cell phones were almost nonexistent in 1973. George and Raymond are sitting in the restaurant having drinks while waiting for Bruce and Betty to show up. George says he asked Raymond if he knew where Bruce was, and if he had the phone number for where he was. Raymond says yes, and George says it was Raymond who called Betty.
Maybe they called each other? Or maybe either Betty or George have faulty memories. The part about who actually phoned who seems odd.
I notice there is one difference between the May 10th collapse and the July 20th death. No witness said anything about Bruce vomiting or having convulsions on July 20th. Betty assumed Bruce was sleeping, and Raymond Chow and Dr. Chu both talked about Bruce appearing to be 'resting peacefully'.