On Aug. 3, Devaughndre Broussard, then 19, a slim young man with close-cropped hair, thick eyebrows and a small moustache, sat in interview room No. 2 in the Oakland Police Departments homicide section. Crying, with long pauses and mumbled words, he told investigators he knew Bailey worked downtown, and he had gone looking for him because he had written negative stories about Your Black Muslim Bakery.