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He said he sent a tweet about what he saw, later, “daring” people to videochat with him two days later during the hours when Clementi had requested the room again.
But he said that he didn’t mean it.
“I said that sarcastically, first of all,” he said, adding that he didn’t want people to watch the feed. Jurors had heard in earlier testimony, though, that Clementi had visited Mr. Ravi’s Twitter page 38 times in the two days before he killed himself and saved a screenshot of that tweet.
But Mr. Ravi said in the interview that he took steps to keep others from viewing the second dorm-room liaison. “And I turned off my computer,” he said. “I put it to sleep.”
“Regardless of what I said, my computer wasn’t accessible,” he said.
Mr. Ravi said he wanted to protect his roommate.
“I’m not trying to hero myself,” he told the officer.
Mr. Ravi was arrested days after the interview.
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