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#31 phaze

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Posted 10 January 2013 - 08:57 PM

What is the taser actually for?

Could we tase Morningstar as a demonstration?

Discreetly of course we don't want to be accused of unethically torturing the unresponsive or invalidate intended lie detector results.

 

Edit: If the butler sees explain that this is what we do to those who we have failed the lie detector test and hopefully we will be more inclined to get the truth out of him.

 

Edit: Still need to know if the body has tan lines indicating that a watch was worn. Need to ask coroner maybe?


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Posted 10 January 2013 - 09:18 PM

Make sure Mrs Green is in the room and then ask Mr Kaufman if he is having an affair with lie detector test. Whatever the result claim it failed as a consequence you are going to tase Mrs Green.  Let us see if Mrs Kaufman is aware that she has a dicky ticker.

 

Edit: Make sure after this you confirm that it is Mrs Green that he is having an alleged affair with.


Edited by phaze, 10 January 2013 - 09:20 PM.

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#33 Aaryan

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Posted 10 January 2013 - 11:19 PM

Make sure Mrs Green is in the room and then ask Mr Kaufman if he is having an affair with lie detector test. Whatever the result claim it failed as a consequence you are going to tase Mrs Green.  Let us see if Mrs Kaufman is aware that she has a dicky ticker.

 

Edit: Make sure after this you confirm that it is Mrs Green that he is having an alleged affair with.

...what?

 

Anyway, there seems to be a promising lead in terms of the knights and the dueling.

Ask the wife if the armor had any sentimental significance. Maybe we should also formulate questions for the reporter.


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#34 Cavenglok

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Posted 10 January 2013 - 11:32 PM

@phaze Uh... you mean Mr. Green, or Mrs. Wellesley. I'm gonna just put it out there that it is very unlikely that Mr. Green and Mr. Kaufman will ever have an affair.


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Posted 10 January 2013 - 11:34 PM

Yeah sorry it is hard to keep up with the names, Still try it out with Mrs Green as it will still be interesting to know if Kaufman is aware about her dicky ticker. 

 

Edit: Extra points for if you get Mrs Green to lie on the floor as if passed out after this little act and pretend to be performing CPR and then urgently call in Mr Green ask for an accurate watch.


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Posted 10 January 2013 - 11:49 PM

@phaze There is no Mrs. Green... Do you mean Mrs. Wellesley?

 

INTERROGATION: MRS. WELLESLEY

 

YOU: Did the armor have any sentimental significance to you or your husband?

 

WELLESLEY: My husband loved it. But he told me he had nightmares.

 

YOU: What sort of nightmares?

 

WELLESLEY: That sometimes, he dreamt that the knight came down to stab him through the heart. He used to complain night after night to me, and would order Mr. Green to bring him a scotch. 

 

AUTOPSY: WELLESLEY

 

There is one light strip around his left wrist.


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Posted 11 January 2013 - 12:01 AM

Ah, Yes sorry Mrs Wellesley


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Posted 11 January 2013 - 01:00 AM

Some questions for Mrs. Wellesley:

Why did your husband sue Mr. Kaufman?

How long ago and has a decision been made about it yet?


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Posted 11 January 2013 - 03:33 AM

Ooooh. I thought you were telling me to actually tase Ms. Wellesley, which would be pretty much illegal. I'll set up that interrogation tomorrow, I promise.

 

INTERROGATION: MRS. WELLESLEY

 

YOU: Why did your husband sue Mr. Kaufman?

 

WELLESLEY: I'm not entirely sure. He told me himself that it wasn't really for anything Michael did. It was for the money. It could've been an Alpha dog thing, I don't know. I told him it was a bad idea, but he went through with it anyway.

 

YOU: How long ago was the lawsuit?

 

WELLESLEY: Oh, I don't know, 7 or 8 years?

 

YOU: Was a decision made?

 

WELLESLEY: I believe so. Yes, that's right, Kaufman lost.


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Posted 11 January 2013 - 03:59 AM

whistle.gifJournalist...

 

Getting this straight:

COD: Stab Wound

Suspicious Circumstances: Suit of Armor, originally in trophy room. Broken glass.

Evidence: Watch, piece of hair

Suspects:

 

Wife, Mrs. Wellesley

Evidence against her: None

Motive: Personal reasons? Unhappy marriage. 

Notes: She told us about the suit of armor

 

Rival, Michael Kaufman

Evidence: None

Motive: Lawsuit loss (provided by Mrs. Wellesley), personal reasons (Mrs. Wellesley)

Notes: Participated in "duels" with Wellesley. 

 

Butler, Mr Green

Evidence: None (possible watch?)

Motive: Unknown

Notes: Claims he did not know about armor.

 

Journalist - No information


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