Renee may think she's figured out how to determine guilt on "Mob Wives: Chicago" (Sun., 8 p.m. ET on VH1), but she's got a lot to learn. People can run away from you for many reasons. Yelling at them and accusing them of things you've made up can push them to running away.
But that's not how Renee sees it. "You only run when you’re guilty," she said proudly and certainly.
She'd come up with the idea that her boyfriend Dave had had a relationship with Pia. When he denied this at the restaurant she confronted him at, she called him "so dumb it's not even funny." So he left. That means guilty.
Her next target was Pia. Pia explained that she'd kissed Dave's friend, but had never done anything with Dave. But Renee wasn't buying that either and continued her attack until Pia left, which of course means she's guilty, right?
Maybe police interrogators shouldn't lock suspects up in a small room for their interrogations. Give them the option to leave. That way, they'll know that anyone who does leave is guilty. It's foolproof!
The investigation continues on "Mob Wives: Chicago," Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on VH1.
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