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June 2, 2012 12:15 pm  #1


Conclusions Poll #4

And the next one... (don't forget to vote in the first 3 if you haven't already. Want to get at least 20-30 votes on each one before summarizing.)


What did Molly help Sherlock with?












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June 2, 2012 1:29 pm  #2


Re: Conclusions Poll #4

Ok, I answered "Falsifying DNA records" etc., but I must say I think she also provided Sherlock with a corpse to take his place in the grave (not in the ground, I firmly believe it was Sherlock, very much alive though faking dead, in the ground)

I don't know if I have surpassed Twitter length, sorry


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June 2, 2012 7:39 pm  #3


Re: Conclusions Poll #4

Wow, Tantalus, how on earth did you get a voting-bar-thing? I am extremely impressed!!


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June 2, 2012 7:56 pm  #4


Re: Conclusions Poll #4

I haven't voted in this poll yet because I am undecided.

Is there a reason why Moriarty's body could not have been buried in Sherlock's place?


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June 4, 2012 1:53 am  #5


Re: Conclusions Poll #4

JaneCo wrote:

I haven't voted in this poll yet because I am undecided.

Is there a reason why Moriarty's body could not have been buried in Sherlock's place?

Well, that would just be plain wrong, now wouldn't it!


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June 4, 2012 1:54 am  #6


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Molly Hooper wrote:

Wow, Tantalus, how on earth did you get a voting-bar-thing? I am extremely impressed!!

I had help from Irene. When you start a new thread you have the option to create a poll down in the bottom right-hand corner of the message box (where the smileys are).


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June 4, 2012 3:40 am  #7


Re: Conclusions Poll #4

I chose the very unpopular first one.
If Molly is handling the body at the morgue, why would there be a need for DNA evidence?

John saw him jump. An eye witness who is the man's friend. The body slumped on the ground was his (albeit not dead) & other saw it too, a 'media personality's body'.
There was no need for DNA evidence. And no need to have the body 'look like Sherlock'. Often in traumatic deaths, a viewing of the body can be disallowed by the authorities.
All that was needed was a body to put in the coffin. And really that wasn't even needed; just weight it down.


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June 4, 2012 8:03 am  #8


Re: Conclusions Poll #4

I really want someone to pick the third option, lol


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