#1
Say a woman murdered a man.
Would it be referred to as her murder or his murder?
I'm pretty sure it's his murder, right?
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#2
It would be the murder of the man.

So yeah, his murder, even though the woman committed it.
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#3
Yeah, it'd be his murder.
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#4
so who did you murder? :P:
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#6
His murder. Consider the alternative: It's not like the murder belongs to her, which is what you would be implying if you said her murder. He died, so, his murder.
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