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Top Ten Lessons You Learned Watching Crime Drama Shows on TV
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If it's stocked, entirely, with brands you've never heard of before in your life, choose a different liquor store to rob.
Initial assumptions based on vague evidence about handedness, height, shoe-size etc. never, ever turn out to be wrong.
Any important happening is followed by a "donk donk" sound.
Cops always falsely accuse two people before getting the right one.
There is no video or audio file that cannot be enhanced.
Make your job easier by taking up jogging and finding the bodies yourself.
(Krig the Viking)
Everyone close to me has a strong motive to kill me.
If suspected of a crime, try to behave as guilty as possible because in the end, it's never that person.
When a lawyer tells you not to answer that question, DON'T ANSWER THAT QUESTION!
It's okay to talk to the police without a lawyer present if your not guilty. Nothing bad will happen.
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