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When cross-examining Horace Whaley, Nels Gudmundsson establishes which of the following facts?
Carl Heine’s cause of death was drowning.
Carl Heine obtained his head wound by hitting his head on the boat as he fell in the water.
Carl Heine received his head wound in a fight with Kabuo.
Carl Heine obtained his head wound as he was brought up in the nets by the the sheriff.
Carl Heine hit his head on one of the fairleads at the stern of the gill-netter.