During the re-interview process, Ella claimed that the reason she lied at the first interview was due to the fact that she was having an affair with one of her clients and did not want this to be found out. However, the client that she reported having an affair with denied everything. Beyond that, on the victim’s computer, police did find numerous threatening emails that were sent from Ella. As a result, Ella was arrested and interrogated. At the end of the interrogation, she confessed to murdering the victim.
From the girl in Weed to Curley’s hand, Lennie is bound to hurt someone eventually. Even George says he ‘should of knew’ that Lennie would do something like this, absolving Curley’s Wife of any blame for her own death. Even so, Candy blames her, saying ‘you goddamn tramp… you done it, di’n’t you?’ as if it’s her own fault she’s dead and she only got herself murdered out of spite so Candy’s dream could not come true. It’s as if she did it on purpose. He says, ‘I spose you’re glad’ and we’re reminded that Candy sees her as entirely responsible for the destruction of his dream.
This type of strangulation was not the cause of her death, but the murderer had wrapped twine around her neck that cut into flesh. When Newt Lee found her he described her as being a black girl because of all the dirt that her body was caked in. Dr. Harris also found cabbage that had not been yet digested, which concluded that Mary was killed about thirty to forty-five minutes after eating her late breakfast. Dr. Harris claimed that her vagina was injured, which claims that she was raped right before her death. He even claimed that some injury was done to her hymen.
In Trifles, Susan Glaspell uses the murder mystery to explore whether or not the rule of law is always the same as justice. From the beginning of the story the audience can tell that Mrs. Wright did in fact murder her husband and if this was a real life story she most likely would have been tried and convicted, even without the clues that the women found. The men found what they were really searching for, which was nothing. It was obvious that Mrs. Wright had killed her husband. There was no evidence from the encounter that showed anybody else came in the house.
Employees noticed Selena running away but was fatally shot with a bullet that pierced through her lung. Saldivar had the Free Will to do whatever she wanted at the store because Selena trusted her. When she took the money, she acted like an existentialist because she made the choice of killing Selena so she wouldn’t have pay the debt she owed. Saldivar choose how to react to her situation. According to Satre’s concept of self, Saldivar was being transcendent because after that meeting she had planned another meeting with Selena making her think she
In addition another of Chase’s motives was to obtain his victim’s blood and organs which he would later feast on. Since Chase couldn’t perform in sexual actions with any women, he raped the dead corpse of his female victims: Teresa Wallin, and Evelyn Miroth. After the mass murder in the Miroth household, and the release of the FBI profile, Nancy Holden, one of Chase’s high school classmates called in the police and directed them towards Richard Chase as a suspect. Later Chase was investigated and similarities between the profile and Chase’s life were uncanny, so the police decided to question him however he refused. The police officers waited in the hallway till Chase decided to leave his apartment on January 27, 1978 and once he opened the door, carrying a blooddrenched box, he was arrested.
Toppan went back to Cambridge and poisoned Oramel’s sister hoping of getting him all to her to wed (Stedman, 1901). At the same time, Cape Cod authorities were exhuming all Davis family’s bodies after suspecting poisoning. Toppan was that fall and was tied to the murder weapon after a local pharmacist confessed that Toppan had bought lots of morphine to kill score of
From a young age, Queen Cersei started her evil off with the jealousy that fueled her to push her best friend into a well, ultimately killing her. Hereafter, Cersei continued to murder if necessary to the point where redemption is out of the question. Which is comparable to Macbeth in the way he plotted clandestine deaths of the people around him and killed to achieve his only desire; the throne. Queen Cersei could not escape the evil that fixated itself on her, or in other words, all the perfumes of Arabia could not sweeten her little hand just like Lady Macbeth. Regardless, Lady Macbeth brought up an interesting topic if evil can really be taken away from a person.
In the book This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab, Kate, one of the main characters, kills a man when he ambushes her. The man was working for a group of monsters, Malchai, who were trying to take over Verity, the city Kate’s father runs. The man himself is evil and has caused many deaths, so Kate killing him was actually a good move. At first, it sounded as if she did it because she was moving too fast, but she recognized the man to be in cahoots with the Malchai. She took a calculated risk when she killed man, but it was not a accident.
Having discovered the fact that his brother`s wife cheats him and that his own wife is unfaithful to, he makes the conclusion that all women are the same and prepares a severe punishment for them (Pucner et al 312). After the night with a woman, he kills her, providing punishment for all representatives of their kind. However, Scheherazade, the vizier`s daughter manages to avoid punishment, telling various stories every night. The given manner of the organization of the book helps to introduce new lines and to arose interest in