The following is the transcript of a San Francisco police interrogation of Quintin Dailey on Feb. 5, 1982, taped after he failed a lie detector test on Jan. 27 and, according to police, immediately after he acknowledged that he had been in the assault victim's room:
The date today is February 5, 1982, the lime is 17:43 hours. I'm Howard D. Bailey, the [polygraph expert] for the San Francisco Police Department and with me is a young man and may I have your name sir?
A. Quintin Dailey....
Q. Before we ah talk at all about anything regarding the case for which you are here on, I would like to tell you about the Miranda Warning and that is you have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a Court of Law. You have the right to talk to a lawyer and have him present with you while you are being questioned. If you cannot afford to hire a lawyer, one will be appointed to represent you before any questioning if you wish one. Now Quintin do you understand each of these rights I've explained to you?
A. Yes I have.
Q. And having these rights in mind, do you wish to discuss this case ah regarding an incident that you have talked about with me?
A. Uh huh (meaning yes).
Q. Now ah Quintin ah going back to a particular date ah I want to get the exact date, December 21, 1981, and there is also a schoolmate of yours, I mean another person that attends USF, a young lady by the name of [——], do you know [——]? Maybe not well but do you know who she is?
Q. Okay, now this case resolves around ah that you had entered her room on the 21st of December, 1981, and then there had been some ah maybe some sexual activities that had occurred, can you just tell me what occurred that particular night?