Here’s a tough logic problem – Mr. And Ms. Astor, Mr. And Ms. Brice, and Mr. And Ms. Crane were seated around a round table – each of the married couples facing each other on opposite sides of the table. At the table: 1. Exactly three people sat next to at least one murderer. 2. Exactly four people sat next to at least one extortionist. 3. Exactly five people sat next to at least one swindler. 4. Six people sat next to at least one thief. Of the types of crimes: 5. No two types of crimes were committed by more than one person. 6. One person committed more types of crime than each of the other persons. Of the people: 7. Mr. And Ms. Astor each committed exactly one type of crime, though not the same type. 8. Mr. And Ms. Brice were both swindlers. 9. Mr. And Ms. Crane were both thieves. 10. More women than men were swindlers. QUESTION: Who committed more types of crimes than each of the other persons?