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Can the Guilty suspect Die?
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wireshaper
wireshaper

Oct-5-2008 22:35

Hi, I'm working on a case. I got the podiatrist to match a footprint to someone w. a fake alibi. However when I went to accuse him he was ! Am I just out of luck?

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Mitstux
Mitstux
Well-Connected

Oct-6-2008 01:53

And we shouldn't forget the possibility of Sleuth Helper going nuts !

Anikka
Anikka
Babelfish

Oct-6-2008 13:15

If you use the automated Sleuth helper, be careful. I both use it and love it, BUT it never hurts to double check things. For instance, I've recently had instances of female suspects showing up in the automated helper as males.

Your best bet is to double check everything very carefully.

Sleuthgirl Ciara
Sleuthgirl Ciara

Oct-17-2008 23:20

it is the sme with booty pagents and the meatball cooking or else no one gets dinner and you get slaps. porkbeef and gillties should be more tenders.

Makensie Brewer
Makensie Brewer
Super Steeper

Oct-17-2008 23:35

huh? :)

Anikka
Anikka
Babelfish

Oct-18-2008 08:19

Ii completely agree, Ciara. Last time I had porkbeef it was so tough I could have slapped Charlton Heston with it and he would have cried.

On the other hand, I could have slapped my guilty suspect with it, and I bet she would have laughed. She definitely would NOT have died. However, I'm pretty sure she wouldn't have won any beauty contests, either, know what I'm saying?

Ima Vagabond
Ima Vagabond
Safety Officer

Oct-18-2008 22:05

Aww, I miss that "My Name is Bucky" guy too.

nicnic
nicnic
Battered Shoe

Oct-19-2008 19:03

Totally agree! We definitely need Bucky to make a guest appearance :-)

Huglover
Huglover
Old Shoe

Oct-21-2008 16:34

When I first created my "automated sleuth helper", I had problems with females coming up as males, just because her name was Helen, or I could have males coming up as females, because his name was Shekina...
- but when I learned to include the space after when searching for He/She, the errors was drastically reduced.... ;-)

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