Crime scene investigators go to a crime scene and collect evidence which is testable. They do not go to a crime novel and take portions of that crime novel and say,'see, it was predicted that this crime would happen!'<quoted text> BS. If a crime scene investigator come upon a dead body with multiple stab wounds and the knife stuck in his chest. The evidence points backwards to murder.
<quoted text> This is what i mean by delusional comprehension. Who said anything about TV fiction?
They don't use 2000 year old stories to help them decide that the knife was in the person's back.
It cannot point backwards to murder. The murder was in the here and now. They may not have found the body immediately, but it points to current events.
Good grief, you're dense.