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Who is Guilty ? (Posted on 2003-02-27) Difficulty: 1 of 5
Alan, Barry and Carl (each either a Knight or a Liar) were rounded up by the cops yesterday, because one of them was suspected of having stolen money from the bank. The three brothers made the following statements under very intensive questioning:

Alan: I'm innocent.

Barry: I'm innocent.

Carl: Barry is the guilty one.

If only one of these men is a Knight, who stole the money?

See The Solution Submitted by Ravi Raja    
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  Subject Author Date
SolutionAnother take (and a movie reference ... or two)Larry2014-05-05 17:51:51
SolAndre2010-06-04 17:28:11
AnswerPraneeth2007-08-29 03:13:56
SolutionanswerK Sengupta2007-03-15 04:22:15
SolutionNo SubjectRex2005-02-07 11:05:17
SolutionA simple solutionFederico Kereki2003-10-11 10:42:32
Alan did not do it.Tim Axoy2003-05-18 07:57:19
re(4): EasyChaz2003-05-03 16:07:12
re: EasyChaz2003-05-03 15:58:06
SOLUTION!!!!Chaz2003-05-03 15:55:44
SolutionsolutionLewis2003-04-10 09:27:36
SolutionAlanTimothy2003-04-02 11:41:13
solutionEirene2003-04-01 18:27:17
Barry versus CarlTim Axoy2003-03-19 11:25:59
solution, i thinkJonathan2003-03-19 06:14:08
re(3): EasyRavi Raja2003-02-27 19:55:43
re(2): EasyRavi Raja2003-02-27 19:53:02
re(2): EasyCory Taylor2003-02-27 13:17:58
re: Easylevik2003-02-27 08:09:41
EasyAlan2003-02-27 07:43:58
Knight, Liar, ThiefTomM2003-02-27 05:40:59
solutionGautam2003-02-27 03:12:20
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