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Scenario 4: SUSPICION

Introduction : Tell other people

You chose: Tell a couple of other people in your group about your suspicion, to get their advice about what to do.

People in your office or living group are discussing the thefts a lot.    The talk starts to focus on Molly.   Other people say they have seen her in suspicious circumstances too.   People give her dirty looks, and she is ostracized.

You can...

Stay out of it
Confront Molly, with others who have observed suspicious behavior, and talk to her about it.
Get the others to vote
Gather the others who have observed suspicious behavior and go report your observations to the Campus Police.
Ask to talk
Do nothing.


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