”Who did it?” I asked.
I should have asked ”Why they did it,” it would have helped me more.
Maybe if I’d asked the right questions I would have been able to solve it.
Solve the case that was going to make my career.
But I asked, ”Who did it?”
Instead of ”Why did they do it?”
And that made all the difference.
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