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The Da Vinci Code
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  • Sophie Neveu had unwittingly witnessed a two-thousand-year-old sacred ceremony.
  • Some of Teabing’s intended targets received lavish gifts of artwork, others unwittingly bid at auctions in which Teabing had placed specific lots.
  • According to Sophie, Langdon had been called to the Louvre tonight not as a symbologist but rather as a suspect and was currently the unwitting target of one of DCPJ’s favorite interrogation methods—surveillance cachée—a deft deception in which the police calmly invited a suspect to a crime scene and interviewed him in hopes he would get nervous and mistakenly incriminate himself.

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  • She unwittingly bought and sold stolen merchandise.
  • She was an unwitting accomplice in the crime.

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