The second time that Hutch interviews Simon Marcus, the conversation is different to the recording of it he later plays back in Captain Dobey's office!
The original conversation runs:
Marcus: "...My dream is your fantasy. That's my message. But you won't understand. Never understand."
Hutch: (wearily) "Oh for God's sake. Where are you're people keeping my partner? Where?"
Marcus: "Everywhere. We're everywhere. Once in ebony, and granite, now. In trees, and the water. For the king of the forest, is dead."
The supposed recording of the conversation we later hear, runs:
Hutch: "For God's sake, will you just tell me where my partner is?!"
Marcus: "We're everywhere. Once in ebony, and granite, now. We're in the trees, in the water. You're dream, is my fantasy, that's my message."
The recording of what's supposed to be the same conversation has sentences in different places, alternate wording of sentences, emphases on different words, different pauses, not to mention Marcus' line "My dream is your fantasy" becomes "Your dream is my fantasy"!!