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Join the conversation! There are now 3 comments on this chapter's page 94. Foreseeability. What are your thoughts?
  1. Luke says

    If the conspirators didn’t know Bahr had a gun, how is that different from the conspirators not knowing that Ledway was going to steal a car? Shouldn’t all be guilty?

    • I know I’m coming to the story way late, but it’s the same as Ms. Flavors stealing from the ATM: If no one knew Bahr had a gun, that doesn’t REALLY matter, what matters is whether him having a weapon and the intent to possibly use deadly force was a part of the conspiracy or not. If no one knew Bahr had a gun (which is certainly what they would argue in court whether they did or not), that would prove it wasn’t part of the conspiracy, it was a crime Bahr intended to commit on his own.

      Does that make sense?

    • Oh, and I forgot: I don’t quite know for sure myself, but I think the reason why they’d be responsible for Ledway’s theft is that if he DID steal a car, it would have been stolen in commission of getting away from the scene of the crime and avoiding responsibility, which would be inherently a part of the heist’s conspiracy.

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