Do you think he'd lost a lot of money?
Suicide is pretty common among City boys.
We don't know that it was suicide. Come on.
The door was locked from the inside,
you had to climb down the balcony.
Been away three days judging by the laundry.
Look at the case, there was something tightly packed inside it.
多谢 我信你就行了 不愿意了?
Thanks. I'll take your word for it. Problem?
Yeah, I'm not desperate to root around some bloke's dirty underwear.
Those symbols at the bank, the graffiti, why were they put there?
Some sort of code? Obviously.
为什么要画? 要交流的话 发电邮啊
Why were they painted? Want to communicate, why not use e-mail?
Well, maybe he wasn't answering.
Oh, good, you follow.
What kind of a message would everyone try to avoid?
What about this morning?
Those letters you were looking at? Bills?
Yes. He was being threatened.
Not by the Gas Board.
...see if we can get prints off this glass.
Sergeant, we haven't met.
Yeah, I know who you are
and I would prefer it if you didn't tamper with any of the evidence.
I phoned Lestrade. Is he on his way?
He's busy. I'm in charge.
还有 我不是什么警官 我是迪莫克探长
And it's not Sergeant, it's Detective Inspector Dimmock.
We're obviously looking at a suicide.
It does seem the only explanation of all the facts.
Wrong, it's one possible explanation
of some of the facts.
You've got a solution that you like, but you are choosing
to ignore anything you see that doesn't comply with it.
Like? Wound's on the right side of his head.
And? Van Coon was left-handed.
Requires quite a bit of contortion.
Left-handed? I'm amazed you didn't notice.
All you have to do is look around this flat.
Coffee table on the left-hand side,
coffee mug handle pointing to the left.
Power sockets, habitually used the ones on the left. Pen and paper
在电话左侧 用右手接电话 左手记录
on the left of the phone. Picked up with his right, took messages with his left.
还要继续? 不了 你已经说明了
Do you want me to go on? No, I think you've covered it.
I might as well, I'm almost at the bottom of the list.
There's a knife on the breadboard with butter
on the right side of the blade
because he used it with his left. It's highly unlikely
that a left-handed man would shoot himself in the right of his head.
Conclusion, someone broke in here and murdered him -
Only explanation of all of the facts.
But the gun?
He was waiting for the killer.
He'd been threatened. What?
Today at the bank, sort of a warning.
He fired a shot when his attacker came in.
And the bullet? Went through the open window.
Oh, come on(!)
What are the chances of that?!
Wait until you get the ballistics report.
The bullet in his brain
wasn't fired from his gun, I guarantee it.
If his door was locked from the inside, how did the killer get in?
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