It is here, Hamlet.

No need for a treachery detector if one of the perpetrators has a conscience.

Laertes has just enough conscience to own up to his misdeeds but not enough to not do them.

There he stood – the murder “almost” against his conscience – but he went ahead and committed it. He has the kind of conscience that leads to regrets but not to prevention.

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