“Ernie / “Ronnie”

Ernie was a Glaswegian gangster. However, the only evidence the police had of his criminal association with the “Young Shields Mad Squad” was a single wire tapped phone recording. In this recording, dense with background noise and distortion, we just about hear a rival gang member from the “Toryglen Toi”, command his accomplice, whom he later found out to be an undercover police officer, to “Put a bullet though Ernie’s window.” In court, Ernie’s lawyers argues that the man on the recording was talking about someone else entirely, and presented evidence that the recording actually said, “Put a bullet through Ronnie’s window.” This attempt to clear Ernie’s name was thwarted after an expert linguistic analysis of the recording concluded that what sounded like “through Ronnie’s” was actually the Glaswegian accent melding the words “through” and “Ernie” together. Sounding something like “thrrnie.” Ernie was convicted of Conspiracy.
“Ernie / “Ronnie”

Ernie was a Glaswegian gangster. However, the only evidence the police had of his criminal association with the “Young Shields Mad Squad” was a single wire tapped phone recording. In this recording, dense with background noise and distortion, we just about hear a rival gang member from the “Toryglen Toi”, command his accomplice, whom he later found out to be an undercover police officer, to “Put a bullet though Ernie’s window.” In court, Ernie’s lawyers argues that the man on the recording was talking about someone else entirely, and presented evidence that the recording actually said, “Put a bullet through Ronnie’s window.” This attempt to clear Ernie’s name was thwarted after an expert linguistic analysis of the recording concluded that what sounded like “through Ronnie’s” was actually the Glaswegian accent melding the words “through” and “Ernie” together. Sounding something like “thrrnie.” Ernie was convicted of Conspiracy.
“Would / Wouldn’t”

“I thought I made myself very clear,” President Trump said having just returned from Finland, where he had seemingly sided against his own intelligence agencies’ conclusions about Russian interference in the 2016 election, during a meeting with president Vladimir Putin. “I have President Putin; he just said it’s not Russia, I don’t see any reason why it would be.” Trump is heard saying on Monday, July 16th 2018. But the next day, Trump claims that he had in fact said the oppose, “I don’t see any reason why it wouldn’t be Russia…Sort of a double negative,” Trump explained.
“Would / Wouldn’t”

“I thought I made myself very clear,” President Trump said having just returned from Finland, where he had seemingly sided against his own intelligence agencies’ conclusions about Russian interference in the 2016 election, during a meeting with president Vladimir Putin. “I have President Putin; he just said it’s not Russia, I don’t see any reason why it would be.” Trump is heard saying on Monday, July 16th 2018. But the next day, Trump claims that he had in fact said the oppose, “I don’t see any reason why it wouldn’t be Russia…Sort of a double negative,” Trump explained.
“No / Now”

“Now Jump!” were the last words a Dutch tourist heard as she leaped off a bridge in Cabezon de la Sal in Northern Spain in 2015. From those words she had, all too quickly, deduced that her bungee rope was secured and ready to spring her back from her downward flight. It was not. The bungee jump instructor was arrested and before trial he had explained that he had no said “Now Jump!” but rather “No Jump!”. Explaining that his thick Cantabrian accent when speaking the English letter “o” had led to the fatal misunderstanding. Despite only pleading guilty to a poor command of English, he was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to four years in prison.
“No / Now”

“Now Jump!” were the last words a Dutch tourist heard as she leaped off a bridge in Cabezon de la Sal in Northern Spain in 2015. From those words she had, all too quickly, deduced that her bungee rope was secured and ready to spring her back from her downward flight. It was not. The bungee jump instructor was arrested and before trial he had explained that he had no said “Now Jump!” but rather “No Jump!”. Explaining that his thick Cantabrian accent when speaking the English letter “o” had led to the fatal misunderstanding. Despite only pleading guilty to a poor command of English, he was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to four years in prison.