“Still, she couldn’t shake the gap between what she had been told her entire life, and what she felt — that perhaps the story wasn’t true. She and Matt weren’t especially close, but he seemed like the only person she could ask. When Katie was twelve and Matt sixteen, she cornered him. ‘It’s so weird,’ she said to her brother. ‘I don’t remember any of the things they say he did to us.’ ‘You don’t remember,’ Matt said, ‘because it didn’t happen.'” From Maurice Chammah at The Marshall Project: The Accusation.