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Definition of Sergeant Schultz defense

Sergeant Schultz defense

  • The defendant claims to know nothing of the crime or violation for which he's in trouble. From the old TV series, "Hogan's Heroes," where the prison camp guard, Sgt. Schultz, upon learning of some prank or escape the POWs were planning, would say, "I know nussink!"

    Last edited on Oct 06 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 06 2015.

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