Over the several days of the trials, the prosecution put forward 72 witnesses. The first set of witnesses suggested that Simpson had the motive and the opportunity to kill. The second set suggested that Simpson had in fact used his opportunity to kill his ex-wife and Ronald Goldman. The first group of witness included relatives and friends of Nicole, friend of OJ and a 9-1-1 dispatcher, all produced to demonstrate Simpsons motive and his history of domestic abuse. Nicole’s sister, described seeing OJ at a dance recital for his daughter, on the day of the murder.
In episode two of Serial the state claims that Adnan is the one that did it. Sarah states on behalf of the state “ And the motive the State supplied, the basis for the whole thing, was that after Hae broke up with Adnan, he couldn’t accept it. He was so wounded by her, and so furious, that he decided to kill her” (21). This shows that there was a strong motive as to why Adnan killed Hae.
The path leading to the house was lined with blood, the two dead bodies of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman laid on the floor with multiple stab wounds; leaving one to question, who did it. The O.J. Simpson murder case is a very well-known case. A famous man was accused of murdering his ex-wife out of jealousy, but was released as not guilty at the end of the trial. Many people wonder if race was a factor in the court's decision. The O.J. Simpson murder case is an extremely controversial case because of the murders of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman, the evidence proving that O.J. Simpson was guilty, and the outcome of the murder case.
The pair were often arrested for petty crimes. By the time he reached his teens he had begun working as an appreciate for a witch doctor and as an adult he was making money casting “luck” spells for members of the Mexican drug cartel. He wanted to cast more powerful spells and finally graduated to murdering people so he could use their remains in his rituals. Just before he was caught he ordered one of his followers to shoot so he never faced justice for his horrific
For one of the six merry murderesses, Ezekiel Young, her crime stemmed from the removal of a positively valued stimuli. Her boyfriend who she lived with for a while told her that he was single when they first started dating. He lied, he was married to six other women. She became very angry and hurt that this man betrayed her. Again, unable to cope with the negative emotions in the moment, she ended up poisoning him.
George Hodel and was believed to be The Black Dahlia killer. In the coming years a retired LAPD detective named Steve Hodel became curious after finding a picture of a girl he’d believed was Elizabeth Short among the keepings of his father Dr. George Hodel (Pruitt). In fact, Steve came to believe that his father used his medical expertise to kill and disfigure Short and other victims before fleeing to Asia in 1950s (Pruitt). Finally, While searching for evidence on Dr. George Hill Hodel’s house where they used they used a police dog named Buster with a great sense of smell and Buster detected the scent of human decomposition in many area of his father 's basement (Black Dahlia). The most convincing evidence is old recording of a conversation between Hodel and an unknown person which Hodel states “ Supposin i did kill the Black Dahlia.
You can go back with your group of friends.” Detective Richard arrived and was observing every single small piece of evidence that was around the dead body. The first thing he noticed was the blood all over the carpet. He asked officer Bob if Vanessa can come up so, he can ask her some questions. Vanessa came up and Detective Bob admitely asked: How did you find the body?
In this case, we believe it to be customer C. In all, the dominant hand, eating habits, and footsteps prove that customer C is the murderer. To further investigate what happened during the lunchroom murder, we could dust the handprint/fingerprints to see who they belong to. We could ask the other customers that were there that day, if they knew anything about the murder. We could trace footsteps to see which ones belong to who.
For the first major difference between the stories, the two men were murdered by their wives, but the weapons were on opposite extremes. In “Lamb to the Slaughter,” the fuming wife had murdered her husband by knocking him in the back of the head with a frozen solid lamb leg. He was easily, and instantly out cold. Next, in “A Jury of her Peers,” the wife was also upset, but slyly killed him in his sleep. She waited until he was asleep, slipped a rope around his neck, and choked him to death.
For the most part I agree with the writer idea. I like what the writer said how the justice was served by the court. Kinkl murdered 4 people and attempted 26 murder case, so he deserve 112 years to be in prison. Even though Kinkl has a mental disorder problem, he was a danger to the community and needed to be watched by the government for the public safety. The audience can clearly see what happened on the Kiniakl cause from the court report that is presented.
Ashley Ross starts off by reminding us of the man accused of this crime. Orenthal James Simpson, or O.J., who started as the running back for the University of South Carolina where he won the Heisman Trophy in 1968. He was then drafted by the Buffalo Bills where he spent nine years before being traded to San Francisco’s 49ers. Afterward, O.J. retired and became a public figure, as a sports
I made them two separate scenes do to the large amount of bullet holes in the residence and making it easier for The shell casings started the exterior scene, which were in middle of El Noble Avenue, and ended with the bullet holes in the exterior front wall, door, plastic chair, and front bedroom window. The exterior items were labeled 1-72 and seen in photos. This followed the shell casings in middle of El Noble Avenue, to front handrail, through front porch plastic chair, through the front door, front wall and front bedroom window. I began labelling the twenty nine spent shell casing lying in the street from north to south.
Hypothetically if I was lead investigator on the Black Dahlia case occurring today the first step I would have taken after notifying the family and proper crime scene investigation would be to check were Short was last seen alive as they did in the real investigation. As the 47 case went the information would have been found out that she was last seen leaving the Biltmore Hotel, and from there I would do the normal canvasing of the area. As noted before the use of superior technology I believe would have been pivotal in solving this case, utilizing the many street cameras and camera’s outside of businesses might have helped get a sense of where Short was heading. Along with finding out where she was going we might have gotten more insight on who she was potentially looking out for or who she was with moments before her disappearance. A thing that made solving this case especially hard was her lack of constant communication with people she met and friends.
P alleges that MOS searched him on the street then he was taken to Mel’s apartment. Defendant MOS Peinan states that he was executing a search warrant at the location which obtain after confidential informant buys and P was the subject of the search warrant. MOS Peinan states that he observed people about to exit the apartment then MOS entered the apartment. Defendant MOS Peinan stated that P was part of the group arrested. Criminal charges were, later, dismissed Third incident (10/10/2008) – P alleges that he was outside when MOS approached with guns drawn and ordered into a van.
On June, 12, 1994, the bodies of Nicole Brown Simpson and a friend, Ronald Goldman, were found stabbed to death outside of her condominium in Los Angeles' Brentwood area. When evidence led to O.J as a suspect, he was given a date to surrender. Simpson pleaded innocent towards the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. On October 3, 1995, the jury found Simpson not guilty of either murder. In October 2008, Simpson was convicted of 12 counts of armed robbery and kidnapping and they were sentenced up to 33 years in prison, with a possibility of parole after 9 years.