Last login: Wednesday, October 27, 2010
I loved, loved, loved it. SPOILER ALERT: But, being far from a Sherlock myself (or even a Lestrade, truth be told), I don't understand the plot point with the cell phone. I can accept that he got the victim's cell number off her suitcase, thereby making it possible for Holmes and Watson to text the victim's phone, in hopes of reaching the murderer who had the it. Holmes says the text could only have come from the victim, whom the murderer killed just a few hours ago. Now, how why would the murderer think that text could come from his victim? Who would send themselves a text? Why wouldn't the victim text a friend with that kind of message instead? Can anybody clear this up for me please?
October 27, 2010 at 4:29 p.m.
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