We spoke for about five minutes before he finally walked away.
Renner: Do you want to tell me what you know about Amy Mihaljevic?
Dienes: Who is that? I've never heard that name in my life.
Renner: You did work on her father's house.
Dienes: I don't remember that.
Renner: You did a lot of work in Bay Village didn't you?
Dienes: Yes. For my flooring business.
Renner: Ever do work on Lindford?
Dienes: Don't remember.
Renner: Who do you remember working for in Bay Village?
Dienes: I don't remember anybody.
Renner: You don't remember the name of a single person you did work for in Bay Village?
Renner: But your business is all word of mouth. How do you not remember your referrals?
Dienes: I don't know.
Renner: Something wrong with your memory?
Dienes: I had a fever. My memory isn't good.
Renner: Your brother Jim hasn't spoken to you or your mother since around the time Amy went missing. You want to tell me about that?
Dienes: It was about the business. We had a fight.
Renner: What about the business? Did he want more money?
Dienes: I can't remember.
Renner: Did your brother suspect you had something to do with Amy?
Dienes: I don't remember.
Renner: A lot of people are telling me Joe Kopp thought you had something to do with Amy's murder. That he could prove it. Did he ever talk to you about that?
Dienes: I don't know. I don't remember.
Renner: Why did you kill him?
Dienes: I can't talk about that. My lawyers said not to.
Renner: What color was the van you were driving in 1989.
Renner: You can remember the color of the van you were driving in 89, but not the name of a single person you did work for in Bay Village?
Renner: Have the police or FBI been in to talk to you?
By the time Dienes walked away, his bottom lip was quivering and he was quite shook up.