Here's a question, and it's not rhetorical:
If you tell someone to go out and commit murder(s) and they
do it, are YOU guilty -- or is just the person who actually committed
the crime(s) guilty? In this scenario you don't witness the murder or
pay for it, you merely _tell_ the prospective murderer to kill someone
and then they act on their own. Maybe the target of the murder isn'tTechnically you are not guilty of murder, you are guilty of conspiracy.
even specifically named or known by either of you.
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