A hypothetical criminal law case: Who has the right answer?
Czar Nicholas wins tickets to a Tchaikovsky and the Destroyers Concert from a local radio station. Lenin and Trotsky want the tickets, and decide to steal them from Nicholas. They hide behind some bushes and when Nicholas walks by, they jump him. While Trotsky holds Nicholas down, Lenin, instead of grabbing the tickets, whips out his Swiss Army knife and slits Nicholas' throat. Is Trotsky liable as an accompice to Nicholas' death?
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