“The usual suspects The people habitually suspected or arrested in response to a crime. The phrase is usually used in regard to scapegoats rather than actual perpetrators of the crime in question. This expression has a specific and unambiguous origin. It was spoken by Captain Louis Renault, the French prefect of police, played . . . → Read More: Facing Autism in New Brunswick: Autism Rates Reach New Epidemic Levels? Round Up the Usual Suspects!