"OK," she shrugged. As relaxed as his posture was, it occurred to her that he could easily be a plant for the building, somebody wandering around and getting information from people. She'd already noticed not seeing a couple of people around who she'd seen around before, and after what she and Max and found in that closet, she couldn't help but think that there was something seriously shady going on. She'd thought that maybe this guy would be someone who could help, or who maybe at least could shed some light on what was going on, but it seemed to Fee that he was all take and no give -- asking questions about Karin, about what happened that night, when this information could threaten people's careers, or lives.
As far as the memory flashes, there were the dreams. But he could have heard that from anybody. She couldn't see any good reason to trust him completely, especially when he was acting so shady.
Her beer came and she smiled at the waitress. "Thanks, doll."
But she didn't touch the glass, and instead kept looking at Elias Sandoa.
"I came here because somebody's gathering information on weird shit happening in the place where I live," she corrected him. "But I don't feel particularly inclined to spill my guts to you. Mostly because I don't know you, so I don't trust you. But also because if there's some kind of shenanigans happening at Pax, I don't see who elected you point man, and why if there's something important enough for you to be conducting interviews for, you're being so secretive about it."