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Humble-Knight wrote:

Is he representing the murderer in a law suit or legal predicament?If not, has he in the past?

No, No.


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Is he a lawyer for the store?

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Is he a lawyer for the store?

No.


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Is he a district attorney or assistant to one?

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Was Donald killed via strangulation?


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Humble-Knight wrote:

Is he a district attorney or assistant to one?

Yes.


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Was Donald killed via strangulation?

Yes.


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Did Donald get killed by a snake?


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Nielzabub wrote:

Did Donald get killed by a snake?

I was going back and forth about how to answer the animal questions. I answered them accurately, but I knew they would mislead. So, I will clarify it to help just a bit. The murder weapon is an object that was made from an animal (although the material isn't that important, it could help you figure out where it happened).


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Was the object that caused Donald's strangulation Donald's tie?


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Was the object that caused Donald's strangulation Donald's tie?

No.


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Was he prosecuting the murderer?

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Humble-Knight wrote:

Was he prosecuting the murderer?

Define what you mean by "prosecuting."


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In the process of indicting or convicting the murderer of a crime

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Humble-Knight wrote:

In the process of indicting or convicting the murderer of a crime

No.


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Was Donald strangled by an article of clothing?


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Was the reason he came to the store because of a case he was working on?

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Was Donald stangeled by something made of silk?


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Nielzabub wrote:

Was Donald strangled by an article of clothing?

Yes.


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Humble-Knight wrote:

Was the reason he came to the store because of a case he was working on?

No.


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Was Donald stangeled by something made of silk?

No.


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Was he in a clothing store?

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Humble-Knight wrote:

Was he in a clothing store?

Define what you mean by "clothing store."


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a store that primarily sells clothes

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Humble-Knight wrote:

a store that primarily sells clothes

Define what you mean by "clothes."


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Was the murder weapon alive at the time of the murder? (like a plant vine or a Rabid Wolverine)

Did Donald know his Murderer?

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Was it a shoe store?

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phantaskippy wrote:

Was the murder weapon alive at the time of the murder? (like a plant vine or a Rabid Wolverine)Did Donald know the Murdered?

No. Yes and no.


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phantaskippy wrote:

Was it a shoe store?

Yes.


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Was he strangled by a shoe lace?

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Humble-Knight wrote:

Was he strangled by a shoe lace?

Yes.


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A leather shoe lace? So that finally puts the animal thing to rest

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Humble-Knight wrote:

A leather shoe lace? So that finally puts the animal thing to rest

Yes. For whatever reasonn the answer emphasized it was a leather shoelace.

Ok, so you know how he killed him, now why, which is related to who.


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Had he just met the murderer? That would qualify as both knowing the murderer and not

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Humble-Knight wrote:

Had he just met the murderer? That would qualify as both knowing the murderer and not

No.


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He knew the murderer, but didn't know that they were the murderer?

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Did the murderer know he was a lawyer before deciding to kill him?

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grysqrl wrote:

He knew the murderer, but didn't know that they were the murderer?

Please rephrase your question.


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Humble-Knight wrote:

Did the murderer know he was a lawyer before deciding to kill him?

Yes.


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Did Donald go to the shoestore to meet the murderer?


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Nielzabub wrote:

Did Donald go to the shoestore to meet the murderer?

No.


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Does Donald work for the murderer?


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Did the murderer kill Donald because he was scared?

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Nielzabub wrote:

Does Donald work for the murderer?

No.


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Humble-Knight wrote:

Did the murderer kill Donald because he was scared?

No.


Civilized men are more discourteous than savages because they know they can be impolite without having their skulls split, as a general thing.
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Donald is a district attorney or is an assistant one, he doesn't work for anyone but the state

Was the murderer angry?

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Humble-Knight wrote:

Donald is a district attorney or is an assistant one, he doesn't work for anyone but the stateWas the murderer angry?

Yes.


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Had they been arguing?

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Humble-Knight wrote:

Had they been arguing?

No.


Civilized men are more discourteous than savages because they know they can be impolite without having their skulls split, as a general thing.
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Did Donald prosecute a relative of the Murderer?

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