The evidence against Dmitri Karamazov is overwhelming. The prosecutors have everything they need to condemn him: motive (lust and money); evidence (blood and the missing 3000 rubles), and witnesses (the most damning is the servant Grigory, who saw Dmitri fleeing the scene). The facts present a strong case against Dmitri. But he claims he’s not guilty of murdering his father! I don’t know what to believe. It’s possible that Dmitri is telling the truth. But the facts seem to point in a very different direction. Two possibilities: either Dmitri is lying, or facts don’t necessarily add up to the Truth – eh?
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Category:09. The Inn at Mokroye