He actually bought it.
Corey had kept behind Tim as he wrote down the message, and he managed to catch a glimpse of what he'd written down.
Corey was two minds about this. It saved the effort of having to come up with a way to tell Michael that Daniel was dead. However, it was also only delaying the inevitable, and Corey didn't want to have to deal with the inevitable shitstorm.
It was time to move on. The question was, where to? Well, there wasn't a good direction to go, was there? After all, they had no real destination in mind... they had no idea where's Daniel's body was.
This was also why he didn't want Daniel's death to be kept a secret. If they came across it, well...
He exited the building again.
"I think it's time to go," he said.
He looked around, trying to decide which way would be the best way to go. He saw something on the ground that caught his eye, and moved over to pick up.
He turned the piece of wood over in his hands. It was a beam, the kind used to build houses, with a single nail sticking out of it. Light enough to be carried in one hand, but heavy enough that it would require two hands to actually use it as a weapon.
His hands fell to his sides, as he looked over at the other three.
"This way," he called, pointing the thumb of his free hand down the street.
((Corey Esposito continued in Stand Your Ground(s)