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A greek guilt (Posted on 2005-09-04) Difficulty: 3 of 5
There was a crime, and it was known that either Al, Beth, Dell, or Phil (each a knight or a liar) was guilty. At the trial, the men spoke first, and said:

Phil: Dell did it.
Al: No, Beth is guilty.

Then it was the ladies' turn, who said:

Beth: Al is lying.
Dell: Phil never lies.

Then a lady accused someone, and that let me know she herself was innocent.

And next the other lady accused someone, and that let me know who was guilty.

Who's guilty?

See The Solution Submitted by Federico Kereki    
Rating: 4.0000 (3 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
A big question (somehow a flaw)for this problemTerence2005-10-27 06:07:07
Re: erroneous solutionyao2005-09-09 02:56:10
Show me my errorjason aaron2005-09-06 20:47:25
Some Thoughtsre: may be.. something is wrongOld Original Oskar!2005-09-05 12:08:00
may be..sragen2005-09-05 05:49:12
The answer, I thinkjason aaron2005-09-05 03:08:24
a GrEeK gUiLt!!!*mallory2005-09-04 14:48:17
re: A greek guilt ?Penny2005-09-04 07:05:21
SolutionA greek guiltPenny2005-09-04 03:33:45
SolutionI think I have itBasil2005-09-04 02:05:40
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