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    crime

    Tim committed a crime, but he successfully pushed all he did to Bo who knew nothing about what Tim did. What do we describe Bo's situation?

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    Re: crime

    If you mean that Bo is being set up to take the blame for the crime, then he is the "patsy" or the "fall guy."

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    Re: crime

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    Tim committed a crime, but he successfully pushed all he did to blamed/accused Bo who knew nothing about what Tim did. What do we describe Bo's situation?
    Two possibilities: scapegoat / fall guy

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