That still could make him human because many people have evil in them and there might be things that could set people off to do something bad. What I am saying is that killing is not good but also people have killed before and they are still consider human. So how doesn't that make the creature human. So yes, even though you may disagree with me I still believe that the creature is
1. In my opinion, I do not think that prosecutors should use be able to use their power to threating individuals to take the plea barging. If an individual know that they have not committed a crime and is guilty, then the person should not agree to the plea. I believe by agreeing to the plea is like saying you have committed the crime. In this case, Dee Roberts didn’t except the plea because she knew that she was innocent and had not committed the crime.
If I was part of the jury I would’ve said that Adnan is not guilty. I say this because there’s simply not enough valid evidence that clearly points to Adnan murdering Hae. I still go with my initial instinct that something is up with Jay. My theory is that Jay was jealous of Adnan and Stephanie’s relationship. Peers described Jay as “He was ‘mean, intimidating, shady’” (Episode Eight).
In the end the two are convicted, although all evidence suggests otherwise. The police and prosecutors are blind to the truth of the situation: Fontenot and Ward are innocent, and, as explained in this report, there is no evidence to prove they committed the crime, and all evidence brought forward by the prosecution is flawed or incorrect. Corpus Delicti Corpus delicti is a Latin term that means "body of the crime". The term
Nearly everything Oedipus says reveals his lack of knowledge. Oedipus says, “Whoever murdered him may also wish to punish me” (139-140). In this one phrase, Oedipus shows the audience that he does not know who killed the king, for he would not come to punish himself. He says he will search out the answers “as if for my own father” (329), when ironically that is precisely what he is doing. When talking about the fate of the searched-for murderer, Oedipus says it will not be cruel.
‘’Just the truth,’’ I replied: ‘’Why did you murder all those people?’’ ‘’It’s not a short story,’’ he started while pausing long enough for me to intervene: ‘’Then we better get to it.’’ I don’t know how my presentation was so calm in the presence of such a criminal, murderer, but for some reason my curiosity burned stronger than hatred or fear. ‘’Those people, they were all connected. I only killed the ones I had to, in the order that was necessary.’’ I didn’t interrupt his sudden exposition despite a lack of context: ‘’One after another, I had to take lives. Most of them were bad people.’’ His voice got really dark, yet almost emotionless. ‘’How were they connected?
She sets the scene showing multiple reasons and supportive accounts that Adnan could be lying for another reason. I believe that the Serial Podcast will expose Adnan’s case to show that he is innocent. The majority of the case was skewed by Jay’s testimony of Adnan, but through the first few podcasts it sounds like he is lying about Adnan’s actions. If Jay is lying about Adnan’s statements and actions, then the chances of Adnan being innocent are higher. My theory is that Adnan did not kill Hae, and that there may be a deeper story in the case that was closed too
In “The Tell Tale Heart”, guilt was introduced from the middle till the end to teach others, specifically the narrator, if committing wrongful actions, revenge will come sooner or later to teach a lesson. Guilt is a common result occuring after something naughty or crimeful has been committed. Many can learn lessons from their own guilt, while others are left unaffected and simply move on with their life with no lesson learned. For example, in our world, stealing something can result in the benefit of the thief, but guilt comes as a form of something else;in this case, the police. Similarly, the narrator in this story committed a murder and didn 't get hit with the outcome of guilt until the end, when he went insane to the atrocious beating of the heart.
A police officer can test a theory to determine if it is a viable explanation of a phenomenon by developing and statistically verifying a conjecture concerning the relationship between the variables. However, because human knowledge is limited, hypotheses cannot actually be proved true (Shields, 2007). For example, we will never know for sure if any of the many extraneous variables have impacted a particular relationship between known variables ( a person may appear to have committed a crime, but appearances can be deceiving). However, we can demonstrate that relationships do not exist between variables (the person was already dead at the time of the crime and could not have committed the crime). Thus, because relationships cannot be proved true, an attempt is made to prove them false.
Lies. Come on, you told them, she told them, he told them and as much as I’d hate to admit it, I told them, too. Now maybe the person you sit next to in english looks innocent, acts innocent or maybe she even is innocent, but just like you and despite her innocence, she is a liar! Now, moment of truth, there is a difference between a lie that could solve a murder and a lie that could clarify that the numbers on your ruler are blue and not red. Try and guess which lie is a felony and which is too irrelevant to be frowned upon.
The state believes that Adnan’s motive was that “he became enraged, he felt betrayed,” and that was why he killed Hae. The prosecution defended their side much more effectively since they knew how to twist the evidence to match up Jay’s testimony. For example, the fingerprint of Adnan was found on a map in Hae’s car, and the prosecution found a way to say that he was using the map when he murdered Hae. Even though that is possible, that doesn’t mean
He’s the embodiment of the sneaky, vengeful part of human beings. By examining these qualities in his extreme personality, we can better analyze some of the less pleasant aspects of our own. If we pretend we can’t relate to Montresor at all, we miss this opportunity for self-reflection. This is another area where we can totally identify with Montresor. Critics have been arguing for a hundred years over whether Montresor is confessing his sins or bragging about his crimes.
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