I think I've seen someone used "who knows" not in a separate sentence. Let me first explain what I'm not looking for:
Someday our little Donald might become our president. Who knows?
This is a typical example I find in those "English for learners" websites. Here "who knows" is used in a separate sentence. But I wonder if there are ways to use it in a part of a single sentence, such as "Who knows somebody does something." And if that is allowed, what sort of relative clauses can follow "who knows"?
If such usages are common, it would be great if you could point me to a few examples online. I've found this but not many others:
Incidentally, does the BBC writer imply a word can likely to lead to arrest and imprisonment here?