As Sherlock Holmes might say “there is no question that is wrong, there can only be a wrong conclusion reached from the answers.”
I’m coming in halfway through this conversation, perhaps without correct context on prior…
Douglas Milnes

Sherlock being a apt example of someone who asks questions without sensitivity toward context or prioritizing sensitivity of delivery.

I am well versed in the realities of police work and investigative practices; my husband is law enforcement.

Inference, implication, motive and context were the groundwork behind this conversation and the power afforded words because of the aforementioned things.

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