|Case 3 short summary:|
Ray tells Edgeworth about the case that he and his dad investigated... The last case before his dad retired. Four chefs participated in a desert/art contest. One contestant was found dead inside the defendant's chocolate ship, which collapsed shortly before the body was found. Turns out another contestant, a fat lady who isn't really a chef and cheated at the contest, came in there and munched on little bits of his desserts, making the ship eventually collapse.
Also, Manfred von Karma is the prosecutor in this case. He's investigating on his own, before detective Badd carries out his investigation... He's obviously tampering with the evidence... when they went to investigate the victim's room, all of the desserts inside it had disappeared...
Then it went back to the present time with Miles and Ray, to continue that investigation. Larry Butz happens to be there, and happened to have a photographic memory of an ice statue that melted into poison gas and nearly killed someone... and eventually this all gets connected to the murder from 18 years ago. it turns out the curator of this art gallery had hid the body, and is now using it as a trap to lure the true culprit (the one who inhaled the poison gas just now), and have it exposed in front of everybody that the defendant from 18 years ago is actually innocent...
Wow, an even bigger clusterfuck than the first case.