When I worked as a GP I was also a part time police surgeon. I was called out one night to a murder. An old man and his dog had been beaten to death by burglars and I had to take body temperatures of both and write a forensic report.
A day or so later I was called to examine the two murderers who had confessed. I had to take hair and nail samples from both of them for forensic analysis.
One of the murderers was tough and belligerent. The other was meek and nervous. It was a classic case of folie a deux. The weak guy was involved only because he did what the stronger man…
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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: https://vernoncoleman.org/