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When not to accuse

DigitalDetective
DigitalDetective
Assistant Librarian

May-7-2020 15:43

I'm sure most of you know this but PE + WE CAN = FA! lol It did for me! I could have SWORE I read it meant guilty but I'm guessing I'm wrong!

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Lady Jas
Lady Jas
The Chosen One

May-7-2020 15:51

You are correct dear!

You need to always verify the Fake alibi, and if not the only way you can safely accuse someone who you cant verify the alibi is if they have 2 WE against them.

DigitalDetective
DigitalDetective
Assistant Librarian

May-7-2020 22:03

LOL cost me 120,000 to learn that! Didn't want to wait for 2nd (as I don't intend on getting one) cuz eventually I know the price goes up to 1 million+. I just could swear I thought I saw it several times that PE + WE = guilty, I'm most likely wrong about that.

BadAss
BadAss
Charioteer

May-13-2020 06:38

Oh yeah, the pee pee and wee wee rules.

miss snopes
miss snopes
Special Deliverance

May-15-2020 00:51

DigitalDetective:

PE + 2 WE = guilty (2 WE)

Peach_Detects2
Peach_Detects2
Old Shoe

Jun-1-2020 19:06

Thanks!! Lesson learned!

Dreamcatcher
Dreamcatcher
Huntsman

Jun-6-2020 10:10

Perhaps you've read that its 1 fake alibi + 1WE = guilty

BobTheInvestigator
BobTheInvestigator

Jun-7-2020 18:54

But is it possible for a suspect (whether guilty or not) to have 2 PEs?

Jesse Hunter
Jesse Hunter
Santa's Little Helper

Jun-19-2020 05:18

Not possible. One piece of physical evidence per suspect.


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