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      CommentAuthorMathdude314 (Advanced Member)
    • CommentTimeMay 23rd 2015
     
    Puzzle Geek! Objection please! Vanderwaal has no evidence! Puzzle Geek himself said: "No one except Donovan could have committed the crime." This means that if he's innocent, then Owen either killed himself or was killed accidentally.-----------------
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    • CommentAuthorpuzzle geek (Advanced Member)
    • CommentTimeMay 24th 2015 edited
     
    OBJECTION!
    This case was most DEFINENTLY murder.
    Also, you cannot indict Mathdude.-----------------
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      CommentAuthorMathdude314 (Advanced Member)
    • CommentTimeMay 24th 2015
     
    Yay! You saved me. +5 L.U.E.42 points!-----------------
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      CommentAuthorVanderwaal
    • CommentTimeMay 25th 2015
     
    Prosecution, I'm the judge, so I'm allowed to make the final verdict.

    (Also, wasn't it clear that post was my way of saying I no longer wanted to continue this game?)
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      CommentAuthorMathdude314 (Advanced Member)
    • CommentTimeMay 25th 2015
     
    Color Courts Case 1 - The Butler Did It
    Should have predicted it all along.-----------------
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      CommentAuthorVanderwaal
    • CommentTimeMay 25th 2015
     
    Math rage!
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      CommentAuthorMathdude314 (Advanced Member)
    • CommentTimeMay 25th 2015
     
    Puzzle Geek, what ACTUALLY happened?

    Case 2, Vanderwaal GM!-----------------
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    • CommentAuthorpuzzle geek (Advanced Member)
    • CommentTimeMay 25th 2015
     
    As no one seems to want to continue this, my next post will contain the rest of the case.-----------------
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    • CommentAuthorpuzzle geek (Advanced Member)
    • CommentTimeMay 25th 2015
     
    (Part 1 of the remaning case. next part will be tomorrow. feel free to jump in if you want.)

    Defense: Request testimony from Officer Muligan
    Judge: request accepted. Baliff, escort the witness to the stand.

    WITNESS TESTIMONY
    About me – Officer Muligan

    “I was the first responder onto the scene.
    When I got there, Owen McWilliams was already dead.
    He was murdered by the defendant, Mr. Donovan!
    I knew he was murderer!”

    Judge: Defense, you may now begin the cross examination

    CROSS EXAMINATION
    About me – Officer Muligan

    “I was the first responder onto the scene.
    Defense: Hold it! What were you doing when you got there?
    Officer Muligan: I examined the crime scene and secured the area. Standard first responder officer stuff.
    Defense: How do we know that you didn’t murder Owen yourself?
    Officer Muligan: Because…

    When I got there, Owen McWilliams was already dead.
    He was murdered by the defendant, Mr. Donavan!
    I knew he was murderer!
    Defense: Hold it! How are you so sure he was the murderer?
    Officer Muligan: Erm, well… last time I ran into him, he was under arrest for murder also.
    Defense: What???
    Judge: The defendant is a convicted criminal??
    Officer Muligan: Well, no. He was charged with murdering Owen MacWilliam’s children. He was bailed out on these charges though.
    Defense: Judge, I’d like that added to his testimony.
    Judge: Witness, please add that last statement to your testimony.

    Mr. Donavan was bailed out on murder charges against Owen’s 3 children.
    Defense: Hold it! How long ago were these charges? How do you know about them?
    Officer Muligan: These charges were 25 years ago actually. I was the newest recruit in the Violent Criminals and Crimes division of the force.
    Defense: You were? How long were you in that division?
    Officer Muligan: I still am. I’ve worked there for the past 25 years.
    Defense: Your honor, I’d like that added to his testimony please.
    Prosecution: Objection! That has nothing to do with the testimony!
    Defense: Objection! It has everything to do with it, as you will soon see!
    Judge: Witness, please add that last statement to your testimony.

    I know that because I’ve worked in the Violent Criminals and Crimes division of the force for the past 25 years.”

    Defense: OBJECTION!!!-----------------
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    • CommentAuthorpuzzle geek (Advanced Member)
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2015
     
    Part 2

    Defense: OBJECTION!!!

    Defense: That statement directly contradicts Detective Phillips testimony! You went into the manor days before the crime and sated you worked in the Health and Safety Committee!

    Prosecution: What??

    Judge: Witness! Have you lied to the court?

    Officer Muligan: Nonsense! The defendant is simply confusing me with another person and told Detective Phillip the wrong information!

    Defense: Objection! We can prove this!

    Prosecution: What? How?

    Judge: Defense, you must present evidence to prove something! Do you have the evidence to prove it?

    Defense: Yes I do! The evidence that proves it was Officer Muligan who entered the manor that day is:-----------------
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    • CommentAuthorpuzzle geek (Advanced Member)
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2015 edited
     
    Part 3:

    Defense: Yes I do! The evidence that proves it was Officer Muligan who entered the manor that day is:


    Defense: The security footage!

    Prosecution: Objection! That footage clearly shows Mr. Donavon entering the room!

    Defense: Objection! That may be so, but there IS security footage of the hall of that day! The camera hadn’t been turned off yet!

    Prosecution: WHAT?

    Defense: Request that the security footage of the hallway on that day be showed!

    Judge: The court demands that this security footage be shown!

    *Security footage. It clearly shows the faces of Officer Muligan and Mr. Donavan talking. Officer Muligan presents a badge for the Health and Safety Committee*

    Judge: Goodness! The court accepts this as evidence!

    Defense: This proves it! The defense would like to indict Officer Muligan for the murder of Owen MacWilliam!

    Prosecution: WHAT??

    Officer Muligan: That’s not possible!

    Judge: This is certainly uncalled for!

    *Crown murmurs loudly*

    Judge: *bangs gavel* ORDER! ORDER!

    *Crowd falls silent*

    Prosecution: OBJECTION! You have no conclusive evidence to support your claim! Additionally, how would Officer Muligan have entered the crime scene to murder Owen MacWilliam?

    Defense: Uhh, well…

    Judge: Enough! The court denies the indictment! I’ll pretend I never heard that, defense! The court fins it impossible that anyone other than Mr. Donavan could have murdered Owen MacWilliam! The court will now announce its verdict!

    Defense: No! Your honor! Wait!

    Judge: The court finds the defendant, Mr. Donavan, gu-

    OBJECTION!!!-----------------
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    • CommentAuthorpuzzle geek (Advanced Member)
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2015
     
    OBJECTION!!!

    Judge: What?

    Prosecution: WHAT???

    Defense: Your honor! There is still one witness we have not yet heard from!

    Prosecution: What? That’s not possible!

    Judge: Who then? Who have we not heard from?

    Defense: The answer, your honor, is the Construction Worker!

    Prosecution: Objection! He has nothing to do with the case!

    Judge: Overruled! The court wishes to hear the testimony of the construction worker!
    Bailiff, fetch the construction worker!

    WITNESS TESTIMONY
    My job – Contruction Worker

    “I was hired my Mr. Donavan to do some construction work.
    So I brought my heavy tools inside and set up temporary shop in the kitchen.
    Each morning I came in, grabbed my tools, and went to work.
    I was almost finished the night before the murder happened.”

    Judge: Defense, you may now cross examine the witness.-----------------
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    • CommentAuthorpuzzle geek (Advanced Member)
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2015
     
    Judge: Defense, you may now cross examine the witness.


    b]CROSS EXAMINATION[/b]
    My job – Construction Worker

    “I was hired my Mr. Donavan to do some construction work.
    Defense: Hold it! What kind of construction work?
    Construction Worker: I was asked to install an air vent into the kitchen”

    So I brought my heavy tools inside and set up temporary shop in the kitchen.
    Defense: Hold it! You set up temporary shop?
    Construction Worker: yes, the tools were too heavy to take back and forth with me each day so I left them all at the work site.

    Each morning I came in, grabbed my tools, and went to work.
    Defense: Hold it! What time did you come in to work? What tools did you have?
    Construction Worker: I came in at 8:00 AM each morning.
    Prosecution: He couldn’t have been the murderer if that’s what you’re thinking.
    Construction Worker: As for my tools, well, I used a table saw, hammers, nails, drills, standard stuff.

    I was almost finished the night before the murder happened.”

    Prosecution: As you can see, there is nothing worth noting.

    Defense: OBJECTION! I wouldn’t be so sure of that prosecution! There is CLEARLY something important in this testimony!

    Judge: WHAT??

    Prosecution: And that would be…?

    Defense: The important piece of evidence that is explained by this testimony is…-----------------
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    • CommentAuthorpuzzle geek (Advanced Member)
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2015
     
    Defense: The important piece of evidence that is explained by this testimony is…

    Defense: It would be the map of the manor!

    Prosecution: What? Whats wrong with it!?

    Defense: Notice how the manor is perfectly symmetrical except for this ONE spot! There should be door from the hallway to the vault!

    Prosection: WHAT???

    Judge: Incredable!

    Detective Phillip: There was clearly not a door when we looked there!

    Defense: However! The defenses asserts that Officer Muligan stole tools from the Construction Workers workshop, and use tem to open the door in the hallway that had been painted over! He then entered the Vault and then snuck through the vault into Owens MacWillaims bedroom, murdered him, and then exited the same way, avoiding the security camera in the bedroom! He then painted back over the door and repaired the damages!

    Prosection: WHAAAAAAAAAAA???? That’s impossible!!

    *Crown murmurs loudly*

    Judge: ORDER! ORDER!

    Defense: Officer Muligan is clearly the real murderer!

    Judge: This is an amazing deduction! Bailiff! Investigate the defenses claims at once!

    Police: It’s true! There is a barely visible door painted over in the hallway!

    Judge: Open it!

    Police: The door led to the vault!

    Judge: Amazing! We’ll have a short recess while the police investigate this new area.-----------------
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      CommentAuthorMathdude314 (Advanced Member)
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2015
     
    WOW.-----------------
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