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Questioning of Suspects
« on: September 02, 2017, 03:47:56 PM »

My murder was committed in a house of 11 people (too many?) and the weapon was found on the premises.

My policeman comes out to question each person in the study.  (Is it even done that way?)

It's very repetitive because she asks the same questions to each person.  (Where were you?  See or hear anything suspicious beforehand?  Your relationship to the victim? etc.)  How do you handle this situation?  And incidentally, since it happened during the night, most claim they were asleep.
Is it true to life?
And how do you avoid the repetition?  When a second murder occurs, my cop returns to each person with the same questions since the murder is linked.  The questions, other than some of the answers, are repetitive, too. And repeats of the first round.

Please help!

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