Detective Conan

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Vol. 98 Ch. 1044 - The Meijin's Eyes
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I love how the police just smile defeatedly at conan. They're like oh he came with us again, well he's helpful with the cases so I guess it's fine, even though it's far from normal for the kid to go to the crime scene xD
Also Shuukichi... seriously the family are full of smart people.. I think the level of smartness is Akai --> Shuukichi very close second but he just hides it --> far from them is Sera
Honestly you can see Sera is smart but she definitely isn't on the level of Akai and Shuukichi.
And then there's the mom and the dad.
Anyway my bet is on the tall girl with long hair.
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maybe the three of them are all accomplices. they murdered all those people for the suicide guy.
btw did the site officer just casually let conan into the crime scene??? trololol
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@Mingxingxing in an earlier chapter (after the whole 'Shinichi is alive' social media debacle), his parents mentioned they were going to stay and help out on the whole Black Organization thing until it's finally solved.

....course, this is also the first time they've appeared since, so I guess there's not been a lot of development XD
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First thing, have we ever see Akai without his hat? At this point, I was almost certain that it was part of his hair (kidding)

I think it was the bread lady, since Taiko noticed something when he reached to put the bag on the counter. Probably he burned his hand with whatever she used to re-heat the breads.
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Welp, he's dead.
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@danpbau

The suspicious ones are the females. I would be very shock if the culprit turns out the male suspect.
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Last edited 8 mo ago by BraveDude8.
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Someone else has worked out the suspect first. That's rare at times since it's normally Conan working out the truth first. I wonder what made him realise who did it.
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Akai looks weird without his beanie...
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@Ruhrpottpatriot No, that's not correct. "Hung" is the past tense to use if you are hanging up clothes on a line or pictures on a wall. "Hanged" is the past tense to use if it is about people hanging themselves, i.e. killing themselves, or killing other people by hanging. From the context in this chapter, "hanged" is the correct past form to use.
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@BSI-Scans There's an error on page 11. Instead of "hanged himself", it needs to be "hung himself".
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@WhoCares I'm more suspicious of Mina, as there's no guarantee that the bread she brought was fresh from the oven of the store she likes, and not from an oven that was left on at the house of the burned corpse.
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The rectal temperature of a body that was on fire and burnt black. Yeah, that sounds real useful.


Apparently, it really is, yes. Rectal temperature appears to be the standard way to determine ToD for burned corpse and corpses suspended in water.
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The rectal temperature of a body that was on fire and burnt black. Yeah, that sounds real useful.
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"Well, too bad there was no fresh curry bread" Woman, your friend just got murdered
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I don't recall Meijin being a member of BO too.

Although it would be such a twist if he turned out to be one (especially Rum!). But we know Gosho likes to play it safe, and Rum's candidate can't be outside of the three new characters.
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@Nitrorare I don’t remember the fact that he is a part of the black organization, sure his brother Shuichi used to be part of it. And he’s aware that he is alive. So no.
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"Yumi, contact the police!"

"Okay I'll- hold up oh real funny you little shit"
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Meijin is part of Black Organization, so it's okay for him to do something reckless
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Shouko's the most suspicious one at this point.

Supplying the investigation with a specific time window is extremely suspect behavior, first off. She brought something cold, which she could have been planning to place on the stove herself (in order to "prove" the window of opportunity she gave them) if Mina hadn't put the bags on it first. As with plenty of multiple-victim murder mysteries, the shogi board legs were probably used to disguise the real order that the victims were killed in.
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