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A farmer comes back to his chicken coop to find the door open and all his chickens gone! He tells the sheriff, who works out either A, B, C or D is responsible, but they're all pointing fingers at each other.
A: "It's B who's to blame!"
B: "C's the culprit. No doubt about it."
C: "It's either A or B. I'm not sure which..."
D: "It's B...or C. One of the two!"
Only one of these people is telling the truth. Can you work out who is to blame for this?
Imagine that each one of the men is the culprit and see how the various statements correspond in each case.
A is the one who's responsible for the chicken's disappearance. He didn't steal them, though - he simply forgot to close the door!
A's punishment will be to get the chickens back and clean the coop from top to bottom. B and D will have to help him too. That'll teach them to lie!
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