|The Anthropologist: You're Fired|
|Date of Release||18/10/2015|
|Preceded by||Succeeded by|
|Journey to the Bottom of the Ocean||Scientists Are For Dead|
This case and it's predecessor Journey to the Bottom of the Ocean may be rated
The Anthropologist: You're Fired is the one hundredth and thirty fifth case in Criminal Case.
After the conclusion of the death of Isabella Fairchild the player received a note from a certain Nelson Campbell to meet him at a unspecified location however when the team of the player and Harrison who accompanied the player in Frank's absence got there they found Nelson's charred corpse.
Sightings of the space dragon intensified across Grimsborough and scientist Victor Wollcraft was also revealed to be working for The General and informed the Police that the space dragon will be the least of their worries as a machine is nearing completion and will be launched to aid the dragon in destroying Grimsborough and though Brother Klaus did not work alongside Wollcraft he explained the same thing and was equally sinister about the police's success.
Despite the pessimism of both men evidence pointed to the same person who killed Isabella Fairchild Izzah Farid who explained that Nelson had to go because like Isabella he was also going to expose Victor's work building the machine that was to be paired up with the dragon and as such Izzah was deemed the suitable person to carry out the job. The General gave her kerosene, a lighter and instructions which she carried out perfectly however she was one to escape justice again. Grace who previously refused to co-operate or co-operate reluctantly also gradually became more and more co-operative in this case, a decision that would cost her.
Nelson Campbell- Fired, in the literal sense of the word
Victor Wollcraft- Scientist
Omar Bahir- Victim's associate
Brother Klaus- Monk
Grace O'Brien- Jewel thief
Izzah Farid- Arab woman
- The Killer weighs between 140 and 180 pounds,
- The Killer is 5'0 or over
- The Killer is female
- The Killer has tan skin
- The Killer has black hair
This case's title has three references: The British and American series The Apprentice and the British follow-up The Apprentice: You're Fired! as well as the phrase used by Alan Sugar, "You're Fired!"