elysiansmiles wrote:Spoiler-like, but not really...
From an evidence question set today:
A hit man was on trial for murder.
Well. That seems entirely appropriate to me.
His sister, with whom he lived, was called to testify regarding the hit man’s demeanor in the days preceding the killing. She testified that the hit man had been acting erratically and was unusually anxious in the days before the murder.
I suppose this could prove that he doesn't do this often - must not be a very good hit man. I wouldn't want my hit man to be so jumpy before a job.
I feel like reading this much into questions is an obvious sign that I need a break.
A very good hit man presumably wouldn't get caught and be on trial either, right? Or live with anyone, let alone a family member, clear liability in his chosen profession.
Should say "hitman wannabe"