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From: "David Lebling" <dlebling@ucentric.com>
Subject: (whorl) Re: Digest whorl.v012.n050
Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2001 08:36:54 

<<From: Adam Stephanides <adamsteph@earthlink.net>
vizcacha may concede on the details, but I'm not about to.  >>

Which is not to say I agree with Mr. Borski, just that he's right that
Silk's wounds don't fit well as suicide attempt wounds. The picture is
sufficiently murky that I'm no longer 100% convinced it was a suicide

Another possible idea for an attacker, if there was an attacker, is the
inhumi. Silk's wounds are consistent with an inhumi attack. Perhaps
Hyacinth's illness was due to inhumi attack, and they finally killed her.

I want to get all the possibilities out there, in spite of still believing
that a suicide attempt is the most likely explanation.

    Dave Lebling
    aka vizcacha

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