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Giulietta Capecchi, acting as a recurring character in Season 4 of Criminal Case, was a suspect in the murder investigations of nine different people across the season, as well as appearing as a quasi-suspect in two other cases and making a minor appearance in One Dead More (Case #57 of Mysteries of the Past), before going on to kill Inspector Jaubert in Best Laid Plans (Case #59 of Mysteries of the Past).
- 1 Profile
- 2 Events of Criminal Case
- 2.1 Let Me Down Gently
- 2.2 Let Her Eat Cake
- 2.3 That Sinking Feeling
- 2.4 Behind the Mask
- 2.5 Blue Blazes
- 2.6 Little Murder on the Prairie
- 2.7 How the East Was Won
- 2.8 Hold Your Tongue
- 2.9 Burning Bridges
- 2.10 In Love and War
- 2.11 Resistance Is Fatal
- 2.12 One Dead More
- 2.13 Inglorious Justice
- 2.14 Best Laid Plans
- 3 Trivia
- 4 Case appearances
- 5 Gallery
- 6 Notes
- 7 Navigation
Giulietta is the 19-year-old daughter of the now-late Vittorio Capecchi, an Italian mobster. She has curly brown hair adorned with a glittery pastel blue headband. She wears a multi-colored dress, two pearl necklaces, red lipstick, and black eyeshadow.
In her first suspect appearance, it is known that Giulietta drinks champagne.
In her second suspect appearance, her hair was curled and had a headband with a yellow feather on her head. She donned a red dress with a black veil, a pink jewel, and gloves. It is discovered that she suffers from seasickness and knows ballroom dancing and art.
In her third suspect appearance, she donned a yellow dress with a grey ribbon, adorned with yellow roses and diamond jewelry. It is revealed she snuffs tobacco, plays billiards and eats caviar.
In her fourth suspect appearance, she dons a red dress with a white collar. She also wears a red hairband with three golden buttons. It is noted that she smokes cigarettes, as she is seen holding one, and reads Pistols and Petticoats.
In her fifth suspect appearance, she dons a red dress with a flower pattern underneath a brown coat. She also has her hair braided to her right side and wears a feather necklace and feather earrings. It is learned that she chews wheat, owns a collie and drinks milk.
In her sixth suspect appearance, it is determined that she rides horses, eats beef jerky and uses snake oil.
In her seventh suspect appearance, she dons a yellow dress with a patterned magenta neckerchief. She also wears a yellow headband with a ribbon, silver bangles and sports a seagull guano stain on her left shoulder. It is observed that she is allergic to factory fumes, drinks Mazundan coffee and knows Japanese culture.
In her first quasi-suspect appearance, she wears the same clothes as in her seventh appearance and the seagull guano stain is gone.
In her eighth suspect appearance, it is deduced that she chews gum, wears Eternal Youth Cologne and drinks whiskey.
In her ninth suspect appearance, she reverts back to her fourth suspect appearance but is not seen holding a cigarette. It is ascertained that she drinks camomile tea, rides a bicycle and bites her nails.
In her second quasi-suspect appearance, she wears a pale yellow shirt under a brown trench coat with a cream fur collar. She also sports a cream hairband.
In her tenth, and final, suspect appearance, she sports a bruise on her right cheek and it is concluded that she knows self-defense and military history and eats canned pork.
Events of Criminal Case
Giulietta became a suspect after the player and Isaac identified her from a ring found at the crime scene. Though she was confused upon first hearing of her sister, Lucrezia Capecchi's death, that confusion turned to shock and sadness when she realized what they spoke was true. When asked if her death had anything to do with her family's affiliations to the mob, she said it could not be as their father always shielded them from that.
Giulietta was spoken to again about a letter she wrote to the victim telling her not to attend the party. She said she wrote that note because her sister made it harder to be accepted into high society. The people did not care that she came from money, since they all were aware of where it came from, and it annoyed her because she was always looked down on because of it. Lucrezia's decision to come to the party did not make anything better for her, as people joked about her burn scars the whole time.
Giulietta was found innocent after the team incarcerated Jordan Wilson for Lucrezia's murder. But she later requested the player's help with a matter that was bothering Lucrezia when she was alive. She explained that a certain Dolly Darnell was mistreating her and causing her a great pain, according to the victim's diary. After that matter was dealt with, she requested the player and Maddie's help again, this time with finding a handprint mold she and her sister made when they were younger. Once they found it they returned it to Giulietta, who was thankful to them for retrieving it.
After the investigation, Maddie and the player went to look for leads on Mr Alastor and found Elisa's notebook, which had all of Mr Alastor's instructions, on the picnic lawn and sent it to Evie, who found a message saying, "every sinner punished for hurting h." The team deciphered that all four murder victims in Alastor's parties have hurt one person in particular.
This person was speculated to be Giulietta after Lady Highmore gave the two permission to search her salon, where they found a picture of young Philomena and Giulietta. Knowing Giulietta's connections to Philomena and Lucrezia, the cops talked to Lady Highmore, who said that Georgina had snubbed Giulietta for being a mobster's daughter and that Jack had never repaid the money she had lent him.
After suspecting Giulietta of being Mr Alastor, the team boarded the Gigantic, where Mr Alastor's next party was being held.
The team first went aboard the Gigantic so they would speak to her about Mr Alastor. After finding Theo Vergeer's body, she became a suspect after Maddie and the player found her jewelry box on the crime scene. When told about the links between her and the victims, Giulietta became confused and was informed of the murder. Maddie then asked her if he did anything bad to her like the previous victims, but Giulietta got mad when her sister was brought up and decided to return to the party.
Giulietta was spoken to again about a nude drawing the victim drew of her. She said she met the victim at one of his exhibitions and he asked her if she could pose for him nude, promising it would be tasteful. However, she became uncomfortable with it and changed her mind, saying that would not be the best way to work her way into high society. But she insisted she had nothing to do with Theo's death, and if she wanted him dead she would just show the picture to her father.
In the end, Giulietta was found innocent again after the team incarcerated Renée Daucourt for Theo's murder. But she was brought up for questioning regarding her links to the murders being committed at Alastor's parties. She insisted once again she was not Alastor, but felt she may be able to tell them who it is. Sometime after the first party, she received letters from a secret admirer, letters that she found disturbing, so she threw them away on the Gigantic. Maddie and the player decided to keep her in custody while they search the ship again, but later they had to let her go due to a lack of evidence.
Giulietta became a suspect again after the player and Isaac found a poorly written Italian note written to her by George Buchanan. She said she was not happy with George's advances, as she felt he was old enough to be her father. Though she insisted she was unaware of the anonymous letters being sent by him prior, she also said he was not the first suitor who could not announce themselves to her. However, she said she was not responsible for George's murder, though she found him irritating it was nothing she could not handle.
Giulietta was spoken to again about a copper heart she sent to George; according to Rose, it was known as the Kiss of Death, mobsters use it to inform the recipient that their days on Earth are numbered. Though she said just because she sent him that, it did not mean she killed him. She tried to send him away the "refined" way, but when that did not work she sent him the copper heart instead. Even with that, she still insisted she did not kill George.
Giulietta was proven innocent a third time after it was revealed that Wentworth was responsible for George's murder. But she was spoken to again by the player and Justin Lawson about a letter from Alastor proclaiming his love for Giulietta. Though no one had approached her yet, she was glad to not have known Alastor, since he had organized these murders. She had hoped for happiness in the upper class, but realized these societal gentlemen were worse than the men in her father's mob. She had also disposed of a gift she received from Alastor, so Justin and the player decided to locate it in the grand hall.
Giulietta became a suspect again after the player and Maddie found her receipt at a seamstress' shop. She went there because the seamstress, Molly Byrne, was very skilled, and was worth coming to Sinner's End, despite the gang tensions. When informed of the murder, she said she was there for shopping, not murder.
Giulietta was spoken to again regarding a delivery schedule of Irish moonshine deliveries in her notebook. After the parties in Elysium Fields, she wanted to return to her roots, and wanted to prove herself to her father by finding information his best lieutenants could not find. It led her to the victim's distillery, and though she was almost found out, the victim never noticed her.
Giulietta was found to be innocent after the team incarcerated Mauro Massetti for Davy's murder. But she was spoken to again about the Irish gang's illegal alcohol distribution, in hopes of shutting it down. She agreed to help them, and said they needed to look for a certain clock, which has a hidden compartment with documents inside. She accompanied Maddie and the player to look around, and they found the documents which would allow them to shut the distillery down. Suddenly, Seamus O'Neill came in having overheard them, but stopped and blushed when he saw Giulietta, so Maddie and the player decided to leave the two alone.
Giulietta became a suspect for the fifth time after the player and Isaac found an old photo of her and her late sister with Benjamin Galls. At first, she was asked about her father's business in Coyote Gorge, to which she responded with annoyance at being pestered about her father. After being presented with the old photo, she reminisced on the times when she and her sister would visit the Galls family when at their summer house. Giulietta was then informed of the victim's murder, expressing confusion as to who would kill such a harmless man.
Giulietta was spoken to again about her sister's ashes found in the general store. She revealed that she had intended to spread Lucrezia's ashes at the farm, but had been scared when Benjamin threatened her off his land with a shotgun. Afraid for her life, she ran to the general store for cover, dropping her sister's ashes in the process. Giulietta then spouted hatred for the victim, saying he deserved everything he got.
Giulietta was found to be innocent after Vinnie Costa was incarcerated for Benjamin's murder.
Giulietta became a suspect yet again after she stumbled onto the crime scene. She was sad beyond belief that her father was killed, and thought this was bound to happen considering how much gang fighting was going on between him and the Irish. As for her whereabouts at the time, Vittorio told her not to leave the house until he came back from his encounter with the team, and she did not see or hear anything during that time. Later on, she snuck them into the victim's house, so they would be able to continue their investigation, considering how bad she wants her father's killer found.
Giulietta was later interrogated again about a slashed painting of her father's, which had her prints on it. She confessed to shredding it, because no matter how hard she worked to prove herself, Vittorio never gave her any recognition. There was no need for the animosity between the Italians and the Irish in her eyes, but she was never taken seriously and always treated like a little girl. The victim basically trapped her in their house, and eventually got bored and started shredding things, like Vittorio's portrait.
Giulietta was found innocent again after the team incarcerated Seamus O'Neill for Vittorio's murder. Later on, it was revealed that Giulietta and her mother were going to Crimson Banks to exact revenge for Seamus killing Vittorio.
Giulietta became a suspect once again after Maddie and the player found her ring at The Concordian Pause. After Maddie insinuated that she was in Crimson Banks on gang business, she rebutted by saying she had a right to seek vengeance after her father's murder, and that she was done with cooperating. After being informed about the murder, she asked them why she would know anything about the murder and asked them to leave her in peace.
Giulietta was spoken to again about the box of chocolates Talmadge Baldwin had gifted her with. She told them that Talmadge had tried to get her to snitch on the Italian gang. She said that he was insane for thinking she could be bribed, and that she was done playing nice. Whilst she did say she didn't kill anyone, she assured them that, if she did, it would be to uphold her family's honor.
Giulietta was found innocent a seventh time after the team incarcerated Reggie Bates for Talmadge's murder. She was later spoken to again about a rose which Seamus had sent her. She scoffed at his attempts to gain her forgiveness and swore that she would never forgive him for killing her father. Maddie then tried to get her to see sense, saying it wasn't too late to get away from the gang war, but Giulietta rebutted, saying it was way too late for her to stop.
After the arrest of Bridget Baker's killer, Constable Ramirez reported that he had seen a heavily bearded Seamus in the playground. There, Maddie and the player found a fake beard with lipstick which (per Viola) belonged to Giulietta. They went to talk to Giulietta, who they spotted kissing Seamus, who subsequently escaped before the police could arrest him. Giulietta then said that they still loved each other and that Seamus only took over the gang to sabotage it from the inside. She then reaffirmed that they were both trying their hardest to stop the war as soon as possible.
Once again, Giulietta became a suspect once Maddie and the player found her locket at her old home, meaning she was there recently. She was in a state of depression, since her mother was in jail, and her sister, father, and now her boyfriend were murdered. She did not have any information regarding Seamus' murder, and was just saddened by her current situation and her loneliness.
Later on, Giulietta showed up at the Flying Squad's headquarters with a gun. She demanded to the player and Maddie that she see her mother, because she believed she was responsible for Seamus' murder and wanted to kill her. Though Maddie tried to convince her otherwise, Giulietta refused and decided to run off since this was going nowhere for her.
Giulietta was spoken to again after they found a vial of poison in her copy of Romeo and Juliet. Evie later came in saying Giulietta wanted to surrender herself. When they spoke to her, she was in a drunken state, but despite that was sorry for what she did. She remembered the victim saying he wanted her mother dead, as that would be the only way they would live in peace. But Giulietta refused due to Franca still being family, but now she had regrets saying Seamus would still be alive if she let him kill her mother. Maddie argued that Seamus would end up in jail instead, and given Giulietta's state she decided to take her into custody for now.
Giulietta was found innocent an eighth time after the team incarcerated Adrienna Brassiere for Seamus' murder. Despite being released, Maddie was worried about her and decided to check on her. Having checked the train station, they found a knife, which was proven to have her blood on it. They managed to track her to her old house, thanks to some testimony from Erica Dupri, and fortunately she was still alive. She first contemplated taking her own life, having been where Seamus was murdered. But then she found her old music box, and remembered the dreams she had when she was little, and felt she needed to be reminded that there was more to life than pain and struggle. With that in mind, she decided to start a new life, like Seamus would have wanted her to. She decided to leave Concordia for a while, and thanked the player for all their help, hoping to meet again some day.
Giulietta became a suspect for the ninth time after Isaac and the player found her locket outside the resistance headquarters. To their surprise, she told them that she was leading the resistance against Mayor Lawson as she knew how bad people like him could get and knew that somebody had to stop him. When asked about Dylan Mitvok, she said that his murder was a tragedy, but claimed that it was war and wagered that his death would be the first casualty of many.
Giulietta was spoken to again about a bouquet of flowers that the victim had given to her. She revealed that she found the victim infuriating as he refused to accept that he was only a valuable member of the resistance. She recalled how he would bother her so much and told them that her heart still belonged to Seamus. When asked if she killed Dylan to stop his advances, she told them that she wasn't like her father.
For the ninth time, Giulietta was found to be innocent after the team incarcerated Bill Beatty for Dylan's murder.
After arresting Albertina Thenard's killer, Maddie and the player learned that Katherine Woolf had been arrested by the Justice Corps. After Inspector Jaubert told them that he was heading to the homeless camp to arrest more resistance members, Maddie and the player rushed there to warn them. When they learned that Lawson was planning a mass execution, Giulietta and Enzo Jonas made themselves known to them. Giulietta told them that they were already aware of the situation and that the execution was for Lawson's political enemies, which included Katherine. After informing them that Lawson was to announce the mass execution at the upcoming Justice Day celebrations, she told them that the resistance had to go into hiding, but they would keep in touch.
After arresting Jane Pembroke's killer, the team needed to get in contact with the resistance in order to formulate a plan to stop Justin from executing his prisoners. Once Charlie established a secure telephone line, Maddie and the player met Giulietta in the sewers to discuss strategy. In order to help, Giulietta requested they find the exact details of Justin's plans, already prepared with volunteers and weapons. They decided to search the Justice Day party, since so many of Justin's supporters were there earlier. After a thorough investigation, they managed to find a layout of the place the mass execution would be held. They brought it to Giulietta, who was glad they found it and detailed their plan to overthrow Justin and end his rule. She then said they would meet at the public square in two days, where they would put an end to Justin's rule once and for all.
Finding a coaster from Smokey's Café in Giulietta's wallet, Maddie and the player soon found her there to inform her of Inspector Jaubert's murder. She told them that she knew and was annoyed since it ruined the resistance's plans. When asked about who could have done it, she said that she didn't know but she claimed a hunch that someone did it to make the resistance look guilty.
The detectives returned for a second interrogation when they found a caricature of her and her father in The New Truth. She claimed that since Jaubert was put in control of the Justice Corps, he attempted to make her look like a criminal to hopefully make her snap, so he could lock her up. But she held back restraint and instead quietly assembled the resistance in order to show Jaubert that she was not a petty criminal and that she could fight for justice.
Finally at the climax of the case, Giulietta was at last proven guilty of homicide. She initially denied the accusations but Isaac then showed all the evidence, forcing Giulietta to admit guilt as it was an accident. She had gone to the town square early to prepare with Enzo, who was also there during the murder. Despite Giulietta telling Enzo to run when he appeared, he stayed and helped her explain that they both were cornered by Jaubert. In the tussle that followed, Giulietta had pushed Jaubert into the guillotine, unknowingly letting the rope slip and killing the Inspector. Giulietta had nearly lost it but Enzo helped her escape and cover up any traces of their involvement. When it was revealed by Charlie that the Flying Squad was arrested by Lawson, Isaac told them both to run despite their willingness to help them.
- Giulietta resembles English actress Olivia Hussey, who played the role of Juliet in late Italian film director Franco Zeffirelli’s 1968 film version of Romeo and Juliet.
- Giulietta's name is the Italian variant of "Juliet", a reference to her romance with Seamus.
- Giulietta is the only character to appear as a suspect in ten cases.
- She is also one of the only characters to appear as a suspect in two consecutive cases in Mysteries of the Past.
- Giulietta is one of the characters to physically appear in five districts in Mysteries of the Past.
- Giulietta is one of the characters to appear as a quasi-suspect twice.
- Giulietta is one of the characters who animate (or move) during at least one cutscene in the game.
- In Inglorious Justice, her profile misspells her name as "Giuletta".
- Let Me Down Gently (Case #7 of Mysteries of the Past)
- Sweet Revenge (Case #9 of Mysteries of the Past; mentioned)
- Let Her Eat Cake (Case #10 of Mysteries of the Past; mentioned)
- That Sinking Feeling (Case #11 of Mysteries of the Past)
- Behind the Mask (Case #12 of Mysteries of the Past)
- Blue Blazes (Case #21 of Mysteries of the Past)
- Little Murder on the Prairie (Case #27 of Mysteries of the Past)
- 3:10 to Death (Case #28 of Mysteries of the Past; mentioned)
- How the East Was Won (Case #30 of Mysteries of the Past)
- Bridge over Troubled Water (Case #31 of Mysteries of the Past; mentioned)
- Civil Blood (Case #32 of Mysteries of the Past; mentioned)
- Hold Your Tongue (Case #33 of Mysteries of the Past)
- Burning Bridges (Case #35 of Mysteries of the Past)
- In Love and War (Case #36 of Mysteries of the Past)
- Get Off Your High Horse (Case #40 of Mysteries of the Past; mentioned)
- Tipping the Scales (Case #51 of Mysteries of the Past; mentioned)
- Resistance Is Fatal (Case #56 of Mysteries of the Past)
- One Dead More (Case #57 of Mysteries of the Past)
- Inglorious Justice (Case #58 of Mysteries of the Past)
- Best Laid Plans (Case #59 of Mysteries of the Past)
- Last Stand for Justice (Case #60 of Mysteries of the Past; mentioned)
- Referring to the Mysteries of the Past era.