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The Crime Story
There was a wealthy man, living alone in a small, yellow house in the suburbs. Although he was disabled, he was well accustomed to living on his own, and had all sorts of gadgets and devices that helped him move around independently.
However, he was not a fan of socializing and he rarely went shopping. Probably because he needed help outside of the house.
One Thursday morning the postman found him dead. He reported the case to the Police.
The first thing that the Police Investigator noticed was that the body was lying on the floor in mostly dried blood. There was no gunshot wound, so the first thing the Investigator thought was that the man fell for whatever reason and hit his head, which then led to hemorrhaging and death.
The crime scene investigators found a glass of whiskey on the porch, Monday newspapers, a catalog and some unopened mail. The house was otherwise quite clean. It was raining the night before and if there had been any tracks around the house they got washed up. No significant marks or traces of tires were present. The investigators searched the house and the items surrounding the body. Apparently, some cash was missing.
Interviewing the Possible Suspects
They also interviewed the first door neighbor. He said that he had not noticed anything suspicious. The victim has been known as a quiet man who liked spending time on his own. He also stated that he had not been in a close contact with the victim, except when stopping by to offer some help occasionally.
The police officers contacted the victim’s next of kin. She was shocked to find out that her uncle was dead. She stated that she had a habit of visiting him only twice a month, as he preferred privacy. The last time they spoke, they had an argument. He clearly was against some of her life choices.
Police also talked to a guy delivering the groceries. He stated that the old man was kind, although not so talkative. However, he said that the he always believed the victim had a good heart, as he used to share some words of wisdom and daily advice with him or the guy delivering the newspapers whenever they crossed paths on the porch.
After he examined the results of the investigation, the Investigator concluded that what he had to deal with was the case of a murder instead of a death by natural cause. Who do you think was the primary suspect and why?