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Aisha Bennet
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Biographical information
Full name Aisha Bennet
Gender Female
Status Deceased
Birth 1979
Death 2020
Cause of death Drowning
Personal information
Nationality Flag of Saudi Arabia Arabian
Residence Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Profession(s) Charity Organization Representative
Partner(s) Keanu Lahela (boyfriend)
Affiliation(s) The Divine Purpose
Game information
Appears in Criminal Case
First appeared Case #18: Send Shivers Down My Spine

Aisha Bennet (1979-2020) was a suspect in the murder investigations of charity worker Faisal Jabour in Send Shivers Down My Spine (Case #18 of Explore the World), camel salesman Afif al-Amani in A Bitter Pill to Swallow (Case #24 of Explore the World) and oarsman Edosio Adebayo in Head Hunt (Case #49 of Explore the World), before being murdered in Hell and High Water (Case #52 of Explore the World).

Profile

Height 5'6"
Age 40
Weight 138 lbs
Eyes Green
Blood A+

Events of Criminal Case

Send Shivers Down My Spine

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A Bitter Pill to Swallow

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Head Hunt

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Murder Details

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Killer and Motives

The killer turned out to be Divine Purpose member and drunkard Dakarai Desta.

Dakarai tried to deny the pair's accusations but eventually cracked under pressure, insisting that he needed to slay Aisha in order to join the group. Confused by his statement, Dakarai explained further that following Edosio Adebayo's murder investigation, he realized that he needed to change his ways for a better life and knew he had to join The Divine Purpose. When Dakarai attempted to join, however, Aisha refused to let him have a meeting. Dakarai was then contacted by anonymously by someone who told him that he'd be able to join the group as long as he killed Aisha. In a drunken state, Dakarai agreed to kill Aisha and drank some mead for courage. He then followed her to the reflection pool and drowned her before he was forced to flee the scene as Aurora was nearby. In court, Judge Armstrong asked Dakarai about his contact, who told them they had contacted him via a burner phone he'd left on the crime scene. Judge Armstrong then sentenced Dakarai to twenty-five years in jail.

Case Appearances

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