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scene of the crime


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  • Following a violent escape from Canyon Oaks, he was found at the scene of the crime with the murder weapons in hand.

    Over the Edge

  • Marijane brought him back to the scene of the crime and asked, from where he was standing, whether he could identify who was beating up Lamar Logan in the alley.

    Defending the Damned

  • Geilana plotted vengeance against the saint, and caused him and his two companions to be secretly murdered in the absence of the duke, their corpses being immediately buried at the scene of the crime together with the sacred vessels, vestments, and holy writings.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • He'd always thought the idea of the murderer returning to the scene of the crime was bollocks, but in the past few days he'd several times felt an impulse to go back to the quarry or to the car park in search of some undefined sense of reassurance, as if he needed to check he hadn't left a business card and a note saying 'I DID IT'.

    It's October, 1956.

  • With only a little luck here on Swine Brook Field — with a battle going on nearby and seven thousand spectators poised to stampede down the hillside — there wouldn't have been any scene of the crime left by the time any sort of trained observer reached the spot.

    War Game


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