Discussion in 'Imperium OffTopicum' started by EQandcivfanatic, Sep 27, 2015.
Did the candy contain less sugar than it was supposed to?
Yes, the candy did contain less sugar than it was supposed to.
So the wife substituted the insulin for something innocuous then removed some sugar from the candy so that the husband wouldn't die immediately, giving her an alibi of sorts.
After careful consideration, I have determined that Johanna's solution is close enough. Technically the solution is as follows:
The wife boosted her diabetic husband's insulin concentration, substituted artificially-sweetened candy for his real candy, and her husband went into a coma and died as a result.
Here is the new case:
Solution Value: 7
A young man wakes up on the side of a desert road with a nasty bruise on his temple. He has no car, no possessions, and no clothes to his name. In fact, he can't even remember his name, since the blow to his head has left him with amnesia. Desperately, he looks around in search of a clue that might tell him who he is. That's when he notices a tattoo on his left arm. There are three short rows of letters:
Eb - Ob
Who is the young man and what happened to him?
Is he S Sims?
Is he a member of the US Marines?
Yes, he is S. Sims, and he is a member of the US Marines.
Is he in Iraq?
No, he is not in Iraq.
Is he in the USA?
Was he in a training exercise?
Was he involved in combat?
Is P0-P3 relevant to the case?
Yes, he is in the USA.
No, he was not in a training exercise.
No, he was not involved in combat.
No, "P0-P3" is not relevant to the case.
Is q0 - q3 relevant?
No, "q0-q3" is not relevant.
Is he in Nevada?
Did he receive the blow to the head before losing his clothes?
The state he is in is not relevant.
Yes, he received the blow to the head before losing his clothes.
Was the place he woke up the same place he received the blow to the head?
Was his occupation relevant to the motive for the attack?
No, the place he woke up in was not the same place he received the blow to the head.
No, his occupation was not relevant to the motive for the attack.
Is his tattoo relevant to the case?
Yes, his tattoo is relevant to the case as a whole.
Is the Eb - Ob line relevant to the case?
Please be more specific on "relevant."
Separate names with a comma.