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The Killing of Percy Casserley

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s consider the whole case fact by fact and see if one can logically derive the degree of Chaplins guilt. First, lets estimate the prosecutors (McClure) arguments. Almost undoubtful fact is that Ted Chaplin was in the house of Casserley and saw his death, and he is a very good object for prosecutors attack, especially in the light of his own description of the story. There is a slight chance of mistake in this statement but it is almost neglectible. We can suppose that Percy Casserley was murdered, if he was murdered at all, not by Ted Chaplin but Georgina Casserley, his own wife. Ted Ch
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: The Killing of Percy Casserley
: 2004-10-11




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