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This case has a strange things:

Machi Tobaye costitution won't permit him to shot with a revolver and don't have some bones broken by the recoil and he doesn't have the power to carry the bodyguard corpse...

151.53.139.209 23:31, September 1, 2010 (UTC)

Since when has a silly thing like simple logic put the court on Nick's side... Strabo412 01:07, September 2, 2010 (UTC)
I know this is REALLY old now but simply: Machi looked like he was the only possible killer. Thinking from the the facts that they knew during that part of the trial, the shooting happened in a room which's only exit was being covered. Therefor the only person who could escape said room would be Machi and the only person who would be escaping is the killer.
I mean yes the fact that he had no recoil damage ect is a one side of the logic but looking from the other side, the fact that he was the only one who could possibly escape, is pretty much a more convencing logic then "he has no recoil damage".

It's still a really flimsy case. Unless you make the stretch that Machi might be trained to be able to shoot with a high-caliber gun, this is not the kind of evidence that a prosecutor would realistically ever take to court. It seems ridiculous even by Ace Attorney standards. It also wouldn't come close to being sufficient for a defense... capefeather 01:00, December 2, 2011 (UTC)

On the outset of the trial, didn't everyone still think Machi was blind as well? Or was the truth revealed before the first day of the trial? Strabo412 01:24, December 2, 2011 (UTC)

I was wondering, things like "false" facts stated by charaters about guns, and the country itself...should they be mentioned or not? The reason I think not, is because putting them down as falsehoods isn't really fair, or even true, considering the games take place in a alternative future version of America, not our current real life "guns 4 everyone" America, as some people put it.

Like the fact that was on this page about the .45 caliber falsehood. I think they should be listed as "differences to real life" rather then falsehood and inaccuracy. Falsehood and inaccuracy makes it sound like they're mistakes, or careless translating, when they're not. 2.26.109.130 04:56, December 15, 2013 (UTC)

Expansion tagEdit

Can we remove it? I think the summary is pretty much complete.--Bluebully (talk) 22:50, January 14, 2016 (UTC)

Done. - Strabo412 (talk) 00:09, January 15, 2016 (UTC)

Just one questionEdit

Whatever happened to the Chief Justice and his son? I would imagine Klavier would arrest the Chief Justice and transport his son to Borginia to have the cure administered to him. Peter.tilton.94 (talk) 17:40, June 10, 2017 (UTC)

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