An executioner working for Adam
Adam is the killer
The man bought a two way ticket for his wife and a one way ticket for himself.
The man bought only a one way ticket for his wife whereas he bought a two way ticket for himself.
The man walked.
The man took the train to go, and came back on foot.
The clerk handed a mop to the boy.
The clerk handed the boy a broom, so the egg the boy was spinning must have been hard-boiled.
The clerk did nothing.
The clerk handed a raw egg to the child nonetheless.
The victim got out of the car to walk to the bushes.
The victim was in a convertible. He was shot when the top was down.
The victim stepped out of the car to help a wounded animal
The victim got his head out of the car window
He should question John Crimson
He should question Paul Crimson
He should question Mark Crimson.
He should question all three brothers
Bill is the criminal
John is the criminal
Todd is the criminal
Todd and Bill are the criminals
The cook is responsible.
The wife is responsible for the simple reason that she was supposed to be sleeping but yet she know about all that had happened.
The maid is responsible.
The maid and the cook are responsible.
The electrician stole the money.
The carpenter stole the money.
The mechanic did it.
The lorry driver did it.