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Is "person of interest" really just a politically correct way to say, "suspect"?


I know that "person of interest" is a person who is somehow involved in a criminal investigation, but not accused, arrested, or charged with the crime, but so are many suspects, targets, material witnesses, and unsubs. What do you suppose would make law enforcement officials think that the rest of us wouldn't buy that the "person of interest" is not a suspect?

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Tamara Wilhite (tamarawilhite) says

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    Michelle Lowrie (MsLowrie) 6 months ago

    I know what it means, but the long and short of it it, they are still suspected.

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dashingscorpio says

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    Michelle Lowrie (MsLowrie) 6 months ago

    I was 28 back then, so I remember the case very well.

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