as they get questioned where do dick and perry's stories diverge?
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In a panic, Dick accuses Perry of the murders: “It was Perry. I couldn’t stop him. He killed them all.” On the way from Las Vegas to Garden City, Dewey mentions to Perry the story of the bicycle-chain killing, whereby Perry realizes that Dick has confessed all: “I thought it was a stunt. I didn’t believe you.