Q: Was it you or your brother that died in the war?
Q: Was it only you or were you alone?
Q: I'm showing you evidence number three, and I'm asking if you recognize this picture? A: Yes, that's me. Q: And were you present when it was taken?
Q: So you were gone until you come back?
Q: How did your first marriage end? A: By death. Q: And whose death was that?
Q: Can you describe the person? A: He was tall and had a beard. Q: Was it a man or a woman?
Q: Doctor, before the autopsy, did you check for the pulse? A: No. Q: Did you check the blood pressure? A: No. Q: Did you check if the patient was breathing? A: No. Q: So you mean that the patient could still have been alive when you started the autopsy? A: No. Q: How can you be so sure? A: Because his brain was in a glass jar at my desk. Q: But could the patient still be alive? A: It is possible that he could be alive and working as a lawyer somewhere, yes.