"Danny, Ben, Miguel, Tristan and Teddy... full lips. Ring any bells?"
―Phelps to Valdez
Valdez's Notebook

Valdez's Notebook is a piece of evidence in L.A. Noire, it is featured in "The Consul's Car" case.

Events of L.A. Noire

The Argentinian Ambassador to America and sex offender, Juan Francisco Valdez kept a notebook for containing contact details, though Valdez mainly used it to record his relations, features and preferences with a list of young boys. Valdez also stored William Dewey's name and phone number during a purchase of Dewey's Packards. The notebook was kept in the glove compartment of the car the which was later stolen by Gabriel Del Gado and a group of Mexican hoodlums, who attempted to vandalize and strip the car for parts. The car was left abandoned in an alleyway and notebook was recovered by Oswald Jacobs who later gave it to Detective Phelps.

"You fuck young boys, Valdez?"
―Phelps comes right out with his accusation during Valdez's questioning

Valdez was questioned by Phelps, who accused Valdez of being a pedophile and with the notebook as evidence, forcing Valdez to reveal his infatuation with Gabriel, citing him as "having angelic features, but feisty". The notebook exposed Valdez as a pedophile, much to his embarrassment.

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