Five children A, B, C, D, and E are fighting over who broke the precious vase. Here are their statements:
A: D broke it.
D: A lied when he said I broke it.
B: E broke it.
E: B broke it.
C: I didn't break it.
Who broke the vase?
Is there anything about who is lying? ( Like " They all lie?")
Since there is no statement on who normally lies or not --- I will treat this as an IRL situation.
So E and B are saying it was the other person because E is defending himself, and B is the accusor because he said it BEFORE E. A first said that D broke it, and D was also defending himself. C didn't break it because noone accused him, and he said so himself so the probability of him breaking it was the least.
If D was telling the truth, then he would've not only defended himself, but also put the blame on someone else. I think B is less suspicious than D, and is just blind or saw it wrong.
Child D broke it (i think)