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#41 Thalia

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 05:05 AM

How did Mr. Kaufman handle the lawsuit? You said he was an old family friend. Did his relationship with your husband change after the lawsuit?

Who knew about your husbands dreams (armor stabbing him in heart)? Did anyone else know about the fake duels you mentioned?

Questions about the trophy room. Sorry if you already answered some. Who has been in the trophy room/would have known about the armor? Is it locked?


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Posted 11 January 2013 - 04:52 PM

Did u (detective) at any point told Mrs Wellesley what was the time of the murder ?(Or .. the "time of the murder" in your interrogation is actually 10:00?) If not, how did she know ?

If you told her then she just gave Mr Green sort of an alibi .. We should corroborate this with the maids in the house. Ask the maids where they were at the time of death and who were they with .. Also ask Mr Green where was he at the time of death....

 

Attention!!: the time of death is not necessarily the time of the murder .... Someone could have staged an accident ..... and place the watch in there to frame Mr Green..


 

YOU: Did you see either of them at the time of the murder?

 

WELLESLEY: Well, I was in the kitchen, so no.

 

YOU: Was there anyone else in the kitchen with you?


WELLESLEY: Mr. Green and the maids.

 


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Posted 14 January 2013 - 07:59 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 14 January 2013 - 08:53 PM

How was the test done to establish time of death?

The reason I ask is that testing body heat could be fooled by placing the warm body in a hot bath, thus explaining the title of this little series.


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Posted 15 January 2013 - 06:09 PM

Handedness:

1) Mr. Green, when asked the time, looked at his watch, on his right wrist--generally the location for left-handers. He ALSO has a tan line on his left wrist! Does he usually wear two watches?

2) The suit of armor has stabbed Wellesley--with which hand?

 

I'd like to ask Mr. Green (while lie detector is operational)

* whether he wears two watches at once

* what he wears on his left wrist

 

I'd like to watch Mr. Green:

* to see if he seems left-handed

 

I'd like to remember the crime scene:

* to see which hand the suit of armor used to hold the sword that allegedly killed Wellesley

* to see which side of the body the suit of armor was kneeling at

* to see whether Wellesley was stabbed through the front or through the back (as he was found face-down, I'm assuming through the back, but I'd like a more official statement)


Edited by CaptainEd, 15 January 2013 - 06:13 PM.

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 03:13 AM

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INTERROGATION: WELLESLEY

 

YOU: How did Mr. Kaufman handle the lawsuit?

 

WELLESLEY: Well, it was settled that Michael would pay him a few thousand dollars. He's been bitter about seeing John ever since. I've kept in touch with him, though.

 

YOU: Did anyone else know about these dreams?

 

WELLESLEY: Uh.. yes. I believe Mr. Green knows about them as well.

 

YOU: Did anyone else know about the fake duels?

 

WELLESLEY: Well, I suppose our old friends still remember. It was a very public thing at the time.

 

YOU: Who else knew about the trophy room, or had entered it before?


WELLESLEY: Well, him, me and the butler. Mr. Green cleans it often. John never liked it, but I told Mr. Green to do it anyways. I don't want dust to pile up in there.

 

YOU: Is it locked?

 

WELLESLEY: Of course it is! John's most treasured room in the house, after all.

 

 

You find one of the maids, Sarah Hoover.

 

INTERROGATION: HOOVER

 

YOU: Where were you at 10:00 tonight?

 

HOOVER: Well, I was in the kitchen, preparing food for all of the guests. There was still a lot of chaos, plates were breaking, our wine was depleting...

 

TRUTH.

 

YOU: Where was Mrs. Wellesley?

 

HOOVER: Um.. I'm not quite sure. She never comes to the kitchen, though. She hates it here.

 

TRUTH.

 

INTERROGATION: GREEN

 

YOU: Do you ever wear two watches at once?

 

GREEN: No, that'd be silly! I used to own two watches, however. I lost my other one tonight. I'm just wearing this one for now.

 

TRUTH.

 

YOU: So what do you wear on your left wrist?

 

GREEN: (pause) Sorry?

 

LIE.

 

YOU: Your left wrist. You have a tan line there. What's that from?

 

GREEN: Oh, that's just from my other watch that I lost. It's more comfortable on the left wrist.

 

LIE.

 

While watching his hand motions, you have concluded that he is left-handed.

 

INVESTIGATION: SUIT OF ARMOR

 

You look carefully. You really can't tell which hand Wellesley was stabbed with. Perhaps the right hand, because there is less rust on it, but the left hand is on top of the right hand. (not sure if that makes sense. I will put up diagram if no one understands) The suit of armor is kneeling towards the body, directly staring at it, it seems. Wellesley was stabbed through the back.

 

@Aaryan Yes, confirmed. That is all true. I think.

 

@Yodell Yes, she knows what the time of death is.

 

@phaze Ooh, hadn't thought of that. I will definitely keep that in mind for later, though. But not relevant. I don't know... There were multiple tests and they all matched up?


Edited by Cavenglok, 22 January 2013 - 03:14 AM.

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Posted 23 January 2013 - 11:16 AM

First find another maid that was in the kitchen at 10 and ask her if she saw either mrs Wellesley or Mr Green in the kitchen at that time...

 

I want to ask Mr Green where was he at 10:00 and if he saw mrs Wellesley


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Posted 24 January 2013 - 01:48 AM

INTERROGATION: EMILY HOWARD

 

YOU: Did you see Mr. Green at 10:00 in the kitchen?

 

HOWARD: Yes.

 

LIE.

 

YOU: Did you see Mrs. Wellesley at 10:00 in the kitchen?

 

HOWARD: Uh... yeah. She was there.

 

LIE.

 

INTERROGATION: GREEN

 

YOU: Where were you 10:00 tonight?

 

GREEN: I was in the dining hall and kitchen, serving food. 

 

TRUTH.

 

YOU: Was Mrs. Wellesley there?

 

GREEN: No, I believe she was not.

 

TRUTH.

 

Keep in mind that the lie detector is not perfect. It will display the "LIE" signal every time the subject is nervous. Think of reasons why the subject might be nervous, and then judge whether they are lying or not.


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Posted 24 January 2013 - 03:05 AM

Could you describe the room you are using to make your enquiry?

Who is in the room with you when you took the lie detector results?

 

Has the suit been dusted for prints?


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Posted 24 January 2013 - 07:48 PM

Well, just in case anybody missed it, I think Green lied about not being in the trophy room. I'd rather not jump to conclusions on the lie detector of Howard, though.

Can someone explain the evidence of the watch? I haven't been paying attention to that part.

 

Let's consider the whereabouts.

Wellesley says she was in the kitchen, also claiming that Green was there.

Howard claims that both were there, but for some reason she's nervous.

Green says he was there, and Wellesley wasn't.

 

By this logic, it's unlikely that Wellesley and Green are allies. But it's possible that Wellesley was not where she said. We should ask some more, unrelated questions to the maid about Wellesley, Green, and that night to see if she is still nervous.


Edited by Aaryan, 24 January 2013 - 07:57 PM.

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