In May of 2015 a ruling was made on the planting of unidentified bodies (reference). It was ruled that the tactic of planting unid'd bodies was legal as an innocent player, but that it would from then on be considered loopholing for detectives to use the tactic due to the "unfair" nature. Here are two inserts from the ruling: Since this ruling back in 2015, it has always been my understanding that planting unidentified bodies as an innocent is not considered loopholing, and is considered a legal strategy, one which I've been employing for several years on a frequent basis. However, only recently have I encountered issues with staff classifying this tactic as "loopholing" or "toxic gameplay". In an effort to understand why I was being given trouble for something I've been doing for years, I thought perhaps there had been an official rule change that I'd been unaware of, but after searching the forums and the extended rules I found no new information, nor any rule changes or public revisions of this ruling. Which then lead me to question the administration directly in hopes to receive a unified definitive answer. However, the responses I received were contradictory, some saying this tactic was loopholing, while others not.