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Rheel Neh'mu, also known by his alias Puhray Zeh'lot, is a villain from the 2016 video game Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Spirit of Justice. He was a government spy hired by Inga Karkhuul Khura'in to either kill members of the Defiant Dragons or get them arrested, not always on legitimate charges. He is also one of the two victims of the third case, The Rite of Turnabout.
Two years before the events of the case, Rheel Neh'mu was taken in by Tahrust and Beh'leeb Inmee. On the day before the Purification Rite, Rheel followed Beh'leeb into the Defiant Dragons' hideout that was hidden in the Inner Sanctum. Rheel realized that Beh'leeb was a member of the Defiant Dragons and attempted to attack her, but she knocked down a stone magatama in self-defense, which pushed him into the sharp, feather-like stone of the warbaa'd statue in the hideout, killing him.
Although Rheel Neh'mu was described as having been a cordial and deeply religious person, he was actually a cruel individual who was ready to kill or frame innocent people, knowing that the law would protect him.
- Despite being the victim of the case, he is really more of the villain. His killer, Beh'leeb Inmee, only killed him by accident. She and her husband, Tahrust, the real killers, are genuinely good people.
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