First, Richardson noticed the neighbor’s house burning. He then ran and kicked down the door and rescued a 3 year old girl, and then called the police.The girl’s mother was found inside. She seemed to have been raped and beaten to death (Gzedit). This shows how Richardson became a suspect, since he was at the scene at when the police arrived. Next, Richardson suspects that Fred hid the evidence.
At the actual seen where John Hossack lay dead in his bed it was a bit of a different story. It was the scene of brutal murder that used blunt for to kill the victim. Do to this brutality there was blood everywhere in the room, Splattered all over the bed, on the walls, and even on his wife. If the window was open there could even have been so much forced used that blood even landed outside. Outside off the bed room there was a spot trail of blood running from the bed room through the kitchen and onto the porch.
He even claimed that some injury was done to her hymen. The murderer had her underwear ripped up from the crotch and everything was soiled from blood. He claimed that that he investigated the hair, found in the second room where they claimed she was killed, microscopically and that they did not come from Mary. In the court case, there was no evidence that the human feces came from Phagan before her death. Her right eye was the color of purple and had puffed up.
INTRODUCTION: This incident involved the male suspect strangling the female victim with both hands; the victim and suspect are married and live together, in violation of PC 273.5-Domestic Battery. LOCATION DESRIPTION: The incident occurred in the master bedroom, the residence shared by the victim and suspect located at 920 Seco Street. INJURIES: Victim Gilbert • Sustained redness to her throat. • Two scratches on the right side of her throat (approximately two inches in length). • One scratch on the left side of her cheek (approximately three inches in length).
On the headboard of their bed was the word “pig” written in blood. Jeffrey MacDonald was the one who called 911 reporting a “stabbing”. He was injured and unconscious, but very much alive when emergency responders arrived at the scene. MacDonald was immediately taken to the hospital where he was treated for a few scratches and bruises to his torso, a small, deep cut to his left side, and a partially collapsed left lung. He was treated and released from the hospital in just one
Case of John Helble Murder (Hair) Victim: John Helble Suspects: Mike Hardy, Andrew Rich, and Sharon Schneider What Happened: John Heble, the victim, was found in his home. HIs dog, Kisha, was not in the home when the police found the body. However, she was picked up miles from the crime scene. Police believed that Keisha was moved by the killer out of the home once they killed John. Andrew Rich, the leading suspect in the case let slip that he was going to Texas for some business to Sharon.
In June of 1839, a published letter was written called, “The Cherokee War” and in this letter was a description of how John Ridge was killed. The letter states, “About forty half and full blooded Cherokee Indians came to the house of John Ridge...they took him out of bed from beside his wife, carried him into the yard, and there butchered him in a most savage, brutal manner, by stabbing him in the body some twenty-seven times.” John Ridge was not the only one who had a death led from other Cherokee Indians, eight other principal men as well as John’s father were also killed. This letter provides information that the causes leading up to the deaths of these men were from the old Cherokee nation opposing the “Ridge Treaty.” The author of The Cherokee Removal, Theda Perdue, says on page 169 in the book, “ Only two years after their arrival, the Cherokees were tilling fields, sending their children to school, and attending Council meetings. Although there was political turmoil and considerable violence, the lives of most Cherokees seemed to be returning to normal.” The Cherokee had experienced a strong amount of pain together and are stronger and working together to overcome their
5-4 Case Analysis: Signature Murders Review the Signature Murders case. Prepare an analysis of the case addressing the following: Overview: Provide a brief overview of the crime(s) in question. Burglary. Luis Garcia and Willie Nichols home was going to be burglarized possibly by gangs, but the burglar decided against it Luis Garcia was murdered, He was found by his sister in law and her nephew Garcia was found laying on his back on the living room floor. He had fresh bruises and he had a cord tied around his neck he was cold and had no pulse.
The father had killed a poacher, two years before, and since then had been gloomy and behaved as though haunted by a memory. His two sons were married and lived with him. "The darkness was profound. I could see nothing before me nor around me and the mass of overhanging interlacing trees rubbed together, filling the night with an incessant whispering. Finally I saw a light and soon my companion was knocking upon a door.
The wives of the two men investigating at her house find her half done kitchen and infer that she was in a hurry. They also find a quilt with messed up stitching. From that they infer that she was having a fight with her husband. Then they find a beaten up bird cage and a strangled little bird in a box. The two wives then uncover it all, her husband didn't like her singing to the bird so he strangled.
There, they found Nancy Clutter 's body, she had suffered a fatal gunshot wound to the head. The Police arrived shortly after and entered Mr. and Mrs. Clutter 's room, there they found Mrs.Clutter tied up and executed the same way as her daughter. Kenyon, the youngest of the Clutters was found in the basement, he was found dead in the same
The last and final suspect, Carl Plum, a ingenious teacher who was very little common sense. The possible crime scene weapons are a screwdriver found bloody in the living room. A knife found in the kitchen displaced from the knife holder. A rope found in the
Unsolved crimes Keddie murders(a famous case in us)in 2004 This brutal mass murder took place in a seemingly bucolic cabin community in the Sierra Nevada mountains of Northern California. Its details are so haunting there 's a highly thorough website dedicated to every aspect of the case; you 'll want to explore it yourself after hearing the bare-bones details. The victims (a 36-year-old mother, her 15- year-old son, and his 17-year-old friend) were beaten with a claw hammer. In the room next door, unharmed: two younger sons and their friend. In the cabin next door, unharmed: the woman 's older daughter.
I, Roberta Hudson stayed at Irene and Roger Grays’ home in the last two weeks of october of 2009. Everyday Roger would come home, entering through the garage with two cans of beer and drink until he fell asleep. Irene went to work at the Viking (‘09) and was very upset and in pain from a bruised side and a knot on her head caused by Roger shoving her. I moved back to Washington, from Texas in June of 2011. I went to visit Irene and Roger.
Wilmer McLean and the Annoying War Wilmer McLean could not escape the Civil war. His plantation ravaged by battle twice, forcing him to move south, only to have General Lee surrender in his front parlor. He could rightfully claim, “The war began in my front yard and ended in my front parlor.” Not much is known about Wilmer McLean’s early life, as he was, in history’s eye, mostly insignificant. He operated the Kerr & McLean wholesale and retail grocery in Yorkshire, a county in Virginia named after home county of English native Richard Blackburn who had established the plantation in the early 1700s, and was unmarried until he was 38. Not once did he expect to have himself and his household haunted by an upcoming war.