Discussion in 'Imperium OffTopicum' started by EQandcivfanatic, Sep 27, 2015.
did the victim willingly allow the spray to be administered?
No, she did not ambush the Swami in the kitchen.
No, the victim did not willingly allow the spray to be administered.
Did she pretend to use one of those breath sprays before the Swami addressed his congregation?
No, she did not pretend to use one of those breath sprays before the Swami addressed the congregation.
So the cyanide was breathed in without knowledge they were breathing in anything different from normal air?
He did not breathe in anything knowingly different than normal air.
was the cyanide administered through the ventilation system?
No, the cyanide was not administered through the ventilation system.
Did the murderer directly administer the cyanide herself?
Yes, the murderer directly administered the cyanide herself.
Would the murder have been significantly harder to accomplish out of the kitchen?
No, the murder could have been committed anywhere.
Was there a possibility that any other person could have invested the cyanide?
No, the Mystery details confirm that Michelle was the only one arrested for the murder.
Did Swami attempt to resist the murderer?
Did Swami know that he was about to be killed before he inhaled the cyanide?
No, he did not attempt to resist the murderer.
No, he did not know that he was about to be killed.
Was Michelle arrested for the Swami's murder or someone else's murder?
Yes, she was arrested for the Swami's murder.
Was Michelle wearing a perfume adulterated with cyanide?
Was the inhaled cyanide from something that was cooking.
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