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  1. Rafinius says

    And if he chose a defective bomb on purpose, in order to scare you? Isn’t he guilty of a lesser crime in that case?

    • That’s not what we’re talking about here, though. The issue is whether he can claim the defense of impossibility. In your scenario, he’d simply be trying to commit a different crime.

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