“[….] sometimes people want to be stupid and do not want to know the truth.
And it shows that something called Occam’s razor is true. And Occam’s razor is not a razor that men shave with but a law, and it says
Entia non sunt multiplicanda praetor necessitate
Which in Latin it means
No more things should be presumed to exist than are absolutely necessary.
Which means a murder victim is usually killed by someone known to them […]”
(“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time”, Mark Hatton 2004).
We know the murderer
We know the victim too
We know why he has committed the murder
We know why he’s is getting away with it too
We know that he will do it again, and again
We know that some are running scared
But no one seems to bat an eyelid over here
And this is the murder mystery…
So I shall presume to know no more than is absolutely necessary:
· Nobody gives a fuck about the victim
· Nobody has the guts to do anything about it, even if they did care about the victim
The name of the game is connivance.