Adnan Syed: The Murder Of Hae Min Lee

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Imagine everything in life is going great. You’re at your friend’s house just hanging out when you get a call. Not a good call either. You’re ex-girlfriend went missing; then, she was found dead. The police think you did it. That’s what happens to Adnan Syed. Adnan was convicted of the murder of Hae Min Lee 6 weeks after she went missing. On January 13, 1999, Hae Min Lee went missing, and on February 9, 1999, her body was found in Leakin Park in Baltimore. Adnan Syed is guilty of killing Hae Min Lee, but there isn’t enough evidence to convict him of murder. The day Hae went missing, where was Adnan. According to Adnan, he was at track practice while Jay has his phone, but his call log says a call was made at 3:32 to a girl named Nisha. …show more content…

Adnan says it was just a normal day to him. During one of his interviews, Adnan talks about it was normal for him to leave school to do something and then come back and go to track practice ( Koenig, “The Breakup”). If your ex-girlfriend went missing you would think that you would remember what had happened that day, but that 's not the case with Adnan. Adnan has at least some idea of what he did but he isn’t 100% sure that 's what he did, which in a way makes him look guilty because he doesn’t remember what happened that day.
I understand from listening to Jay’s story that he has changed what he had said many times and some of what he had changed is a big deal. From that point of view, I can see why people may think that Adnan is innocent, but most of what Jay had said, matched up to what the evidence had shown which makes Adnan look guilty.
From this evidence it makes Adnan look bad, but from listening to Jay 's story it doesn’t seem that the police had gone into much detail as to which they should have to find out if Adnan had really been the killer. They should release Adnan until they find further information on if he really is guilty or turns out he’s innocent. I believe that the police should go further into the case to find more evidence before they actually convict Adnan Syed of

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