Good work. I could not stop staring at seconddocument.png, though. Surely, one can not be that stupid so I am even inclined to believe that JPKC was framed (he is not exactly beloved, is he?).
So there is also the possibility of someone else accessing the GMail account, doing all that, intentionally adding obvious “JPKC” as the Last saved by user and knowing of JPKC's Twitter account, setting the recovery address to be e.g. JP.KC (Google reveals only the first letter). The question is whether JPKC really uses hotmail.co.uk (the third person could use the newly created e-mail address to register an account on TSR, although that is less probable) and if so, how would the third person know it? One possibility is that he has previously sent an e-mail to JPKC through TSR, to which he replied, hence revealed his e-mail address; he could have also mentioned it.
I think that anyone including myself could have done it although going by Occam's razor, for example, the first conclusion by Metrobeans is the most probable. However, that is how people are framed – we disbelieve the more complicated possibilities. As to the investigation procedure, you could have asked JPKC to send you something written in a Word document before announcing the conclusion and providing the evidence. It could have been checked whether his Windows user name is really JPKC.
It is an interesting moral problem to solve.
Last edited by Life_peer; 25-04-2012 at 09:42.
Assuming that he has not left his user name in the document deliberately to be caught, there is a major chance than he has been unaware of its presence, therefore it is logically unlikely for him to alter the information the second time. If he wanted to be caught, he would not alter it on purpose again.
(Original post by Metrobeans)
With regards to getting another Word Document, I considered it, but it wouldn't have proved anything either way as it could have been changed before it was sent to me.
Do you confess?
Last edited by Life_peer; 25-04-2012 at 11:13.