"mr. s" comes to the police station with important information about hae’s case- specifically, the whereabouts of hae’s body. the police interview mr. s about his discovery, and seem to build a case against him. what information about mr. s, and his answers in the interview, present him as suspicious, and a potential suspect? do you think it’s fair for the police to consider mr. s a suspect to this point? do you think mr. s is a reliable source? explain your reasoning.
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