Look at the 4 statements below (in the column at right is the name of the person who made each statement):

A | If today is Thursday, then Urnst is the consistent liar. | Salim B | If Salim just lied, then I didnotsleep in today. | Tessa C | If Tessa slept in today, then Salim isnotthe consistent liar. | Urnst D | If Urnst just told the truth, then there's a full moon. | Viola

Only 1 of the 4 people is telling the truth. Remove the name of the truth-teller and place the names of the remaining 3 in the same order in the next board, (for example, if Tessa is telling the truth, Tessa will be removed and in the next board you will place the names Salim (in line E), Urnst (in line F), and Viola (in line G) in the column at right.

E | If today is Friday, then I slept in today. | F | If I was in position B above, then there's a full moon. | G | If there's a full moon, then Urnst was in position F above. |

Only 1 of the 3 people is telling the truth. Remove the truth-teller from the line-up and proceed as above with the 2 remaining names.

H | If I'mnotSalim, then you shouldnothead east. | I | If I'mnotViola, then you shouldnothead west. |

Only 1 of the 2 people is telling the truth.

Who is the consistent liar? Which way is the convention center? Is it raining? Is there a full moon?

__Part II:__

What if the __not__s above were removed?