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Knightley's murder Edit
- Main article: The Imprisoned Turnabout
Prior to Dogen's incarceration, the bells were used as his trademark, with one being attached to his knife and the other being attached to his dog, Anubis. They were also custom made and gave a unique ring. However, upon his incarceration, his knife was confiscated with the bell attached. Patricia Roland often brought the knife with her into the prison whenever she was trying to interrogate Dogen in order to find his henchmen, as well as when new prisoners entered in order to know if they were Dogen's henchmen. During one of the interrogations, where she was interrogating Knightley, she found a chisel in his chessboard. As the chisel was a symbol of Dogen to her due to his taking up wood carving in prison, she panicked, thinking Knightley was one of Dogen's henchmen. This caused her to stab Knightley with Dogen's knife.
After killing Knightley, Roland untied Dogen's bell from the knife and tied it to the chisel. She then stuck the chisel in Knightley's wound, creating a red herring that pointed the blame at Dogen. She then sent the body to Dogen under the guise of goods she was supposed to deliver to Dogen that day. Upon the body's arrival, Dogen heard the sound of the bell and, recognizing it as his bell, assumed his knife had been used for the murder. Upon discovering it to be a chisel, however, Dogen hid it in his cell and had Anubis leave the body in Workroom A.
Later, Edgeworth added information about the bells to his organizer after Dogen mentioned them. He later used it to show another way for weapons to be brought into the prison: as confiscated evidence.
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