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In an early ’70s Columbo episode, the long-lasting detective was convinced that any recorded phone conversation appeared to be the key to proving Columbo’s think was indeed the murderer. He listened to the record again and again, hoping to hear knowledge noise that didn’t belong, thereby proving the suspect (in this case Robert Culp, who played a great bad guy) was lying with regards to where he made the phone call. It finally dawned on Columbo that he obtained the wrong approach

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