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Why is Mal across the street and in a different building when she kills herself?

So that Cobb can't keep her from jumping.

Katie Jeanne asked the question 2010-08-16 16:03:05 UTC view / hide
cobbycob provided an answer 2010-08-16 18:30:21 UTC view / hide
Earl Cooper commented 2014-05-01 00:23:23 UTC
Yes being across the street does keep Cobb from stopping her but it also means the police would have little trouble corroborating Cobb's version of the events. There would also be evidence showing she had been in the room across the street because she must have gained entry somehow. This means Cobb would not have had to flee the country. Thoughts?

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