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    #1

    Is this sentence correct

    Hi all


    I wonder if this sentence is correct


    The case was pinned on Mike


    Does the sentence mean: MiKE IS GUILTY


    Many thanks

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    Re: Is this sentence correct

    Not a teacher.

    It means Mike was the one who was held responsible, or made to look guilty. Not necessarily that he was guilty at all, or the only guilty party.

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    Re: Is this sentence correct

    Thank you

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