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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sherlock Holmes View Post
    No, my limit is 199.

    But seriously, if I WAS going to kill someone, 200 miles aint a big distance. I'd just have to make sure I made a perfect alibi and made it seem like I was over my issues with them. That's the hard part.
    Nah, perfect alibis are what get you caught. An innocent mans alibi is usually full of holes.

    "I was at home with my wife watching TV."
    "Your wife could be lying to protect you. Do you have any independent witnesses?"
    "Er... No."

    Having a perfect alibi is like waving a red flag at a bull (If that wasn't a falasy, anyway - bulls are largely colour blind). A detectives first instinct would be to start poking and prying at it, looking for a weakness. And they've had a lot of experience at it. They are professional pryers infact, where as most murders are first time amatuers.

    Better by far to try and pass under their radar than face the full heat of their scrutiny and hope your alibi can stand up to weeks or months of investigating.
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    Untraceable cash to pay for gas and other incidentals - check.
    Sandwiches and drinks so there's less likelihood of being seen - check.
    Recent tune-up, mechanical once over and oil change on car - check.
    Polonium - check.

    Would you travel 200 miles to kill someone?
    Don't be silly. Of course not.

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    Too much effort.
    That sounds so petty and I think she has issues.
    I'd travel more than 200 miles to do other things besides killing people.
    That sounds wrongs.
    I'd travel for hugs and kisses though.

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    I wouldn't kill anybody, period. Only in the case of self-defense. So the answer to your question is a clear no.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    Nah, perfect alibis are what get you caught. An innocent mans alibi is usually full of holes.

    "I was at home with my wife watching TV."
    "Your wife could be lying to protect you. Do you have any independent witnesses?"
    "Er... No."

    Having a perfect alibi is like waving a red flag at a bull (If that wasn't a falasy, anyway - bulls are largely colour blind). A detectives first instinct would be to start poking and prying at it, looking for a weakness. And they've had a lot of experience at it. They are professional pryers infact, where as most murders are first time amatuers.

    Better by far to try and pass under their radar than face the full heat of their scrutiny and hope your alibi can stand up to weeks or months of investigating.
    Well by perfect, I meant "Could not prove it to be false". If you can't prove it to be false, no amount of prying would catch me. And I'd make it at the most inconspicuous sort as well. I'd make it so that they can't see a suspicious correlation between my alibi and the murder, like have my alibi last long before and after, so it doesn't seem convenient.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    You might even be able to hire someone off a forum you frequent.

    Hypothetically.
    Hmmm... and I wonder what personality type one would look for on that forum (hypothetically)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sherlock Holmes View Post
    Hm... Mr. A. Holl apparently had a call from his old friend Fluffywolf asking him to come see him shortly before he died in the same town as Fluffywolf. What do you make of this?
    Freak accident. True story.
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    you NFs are scaring me.

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