Debi lives in a nice suburban neighborhood. It’s a safe family friendly area. Her neighbors, although friendly, regularly have large family gatherings and parties in which they have upwards of

Debi lives in a nice suburban neighborhood. It’s a safe family friendly area. Her neighbors, although friendly, regularly have large family gatherings and parties in which they have upwards of 20-30 cars parked along the street. Sue, a friend of Debi’s stopped by to show off her new hair color and in passing Debi noted that she couldn’t stand how crowded the street was as a result of the neighbor. She mentions that she hopes someone comes and keys all of the cars. Sue leaves and nothing more is said. The next morning, all of the cars have been keyed and some even have slashed tires. Is Debi guilty of solicitation for her comments to sue?
A) Yes, the crime has been committed the moment Debi requests Sue commits the act.
B) No, Debi did not have the specific purpose required.
C) Yes, this is an example of indirect solicitation.
D) No, there was no additional step such as the exchange of money or phone call to trigger the crime.

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