I came across the following passage in a mystery manga. The main character is explaining that the as of yet unknown criminal intentionally made the listener think that Kimisawa was the criminal (though she is not).
"It's likely that that guy (奴) incorporated it into his plans that you'd be under the impression that the criminal was Kimisawa. He made you smell that perfume on purpose!"
Unless I am mistaken, it seems to me that the subject/complement of だ is denoted with を which I thought was unacceptable. Could someone please explain when and if this is allowable?
EDIT: I neglected to mention (didn't notice actually) which を...だ I am uncertain about. I am interested in the お前が君沢さんを犯人だと思い込む part rather than the その「香水」の匂いをかがせたんだ part.