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Can you imagine if you were that officer and he had killed your wife/daughter/sister - he was interrogating him for confession but if I was that officer and I thought I was looking at the killer of my daughter I probably would have beat him to within an inch of his life or even turned my weapon on him out of rage.I think the officer while harsh does not display the behaviours of a grieving father/brother/uncle or any family member.She has left with the boy to live in a new town where she is relatively unknown, but clearly the tight community see's a child of divorce and a child struggling with the social pressure of living with just one parent - he is definitely emotionally fragile.Also the boy is struggling with loss of his father, and he feels very rejected when his father takes a new younger girlfriend or wife.I love this song, it's beautiful Enter your comment here..I love this song very much,and I also love happy ending, I think apart 4rm seeing the video, I don't think he killed Mary coz he said,"3 years ago when I came 2 know Mary,first time someone looked beyond those rumors and the lies,meaning tt he was innocent,it was all a lie what pple said abt him,since they used 2 dream leaving the town I think Mary was not killed instead she left the town 1st without Richard, I mean u heard him saying, I think of my life gone by how it done me wrong,all of my rescues are gone...4rm tt line I can tell he is harmless,anyway I hoped one day Mary would come back for Richard and prove them all wrong.Phill, Zimbabwe Indeed a stunning song and if Marx wanted to leave the listener to create his or her own interpretation of the song, here is mine; The boy came to Hazard with a deep secret that even today still meets with bigotry by narrow minded people who just cannot accept that nothing in nature is perfect.Could make for a good movie :) - Brillant song otherwise !!!! It seems like a typical story of any small town anywhere, but I feel that the prejudices involved place this story back in time when divorce, single mothers, and promiscuity were very very taboo (Maybe the 60's when the nuclear family was the only socially acceptable form of family life with strong emphasis on gender roles).
I think she knows that he is in love with her and that is why she is so upset when she realises she was seen by him with her boyfriend in her boyfriend's car by the river.
He was jealous of the relationship she had with Richard and she had with this other guy in the car.
The cop wanted her, but could not have her, and I think he killed her for it, and framed Richard instead.
That completely dishonoured his status in the town and is honour as a man.
As for the officer, I don't think he did it or was related to Mary in any way - just an arrogant small town police officer.