On a Thursday afternoon, a racketeer named Fannin was shot dead in a lunchroom. The owner and only employee, Earnie, had reported that the murderer had leaned against the wall while firing at point-black range.The imprint of his hand is still visible. Looking at the scene, we can say that this is true, but who killed Fannin? According to some evidence, one potential suspect can be Earnie himself. Looking at the crime scene, an imprint of a hand can be found near what is next to a pail of water and a broom, otherwise known as cleaning utensils.
How would one end up as an innocent man on death row? A man by the name of Edward Lee Elmore has been convicted and found guilty of burglary, rape, and murder. Elmore was a lower-class black man who lived in Greenwood, Carolina. He was a quiet, polite young man, and worked odd-end jobs to make ends meet. In 1982, he was arrested for the murder of 75-year-old Dorothy Edwards, a friendly and loving woman who was well-known in the community.
Also, Bob used to hang with the gang and start fights and problems. This shows that Bob died because he had bad parents. In conclusion, bad parenting at an early age or at any age can get your son or daughter killed. The deaths of Johnnycake, Dallas and Bob were caused by their parents because Bob was drunk on the day he was killed and his parents couldn’t look after him. Dallas father didn’t care about him at all and Johnny’s mother cared for him at the last
and there is no sound of men to disturb [him]” (35). After he finds this tunnel he also commits less severe crimes like stealing manuscripts and candles. As he breaks more rules he begins to question why these rules are in place. Later in the story he loses track of time one night and is caught and lashed, but it was “easy to escape from the Palace of Corrective Detention. The locks are old on the doors and there are no guards about” (61).
One way it could have been avoided was if the FBI never stared monitoring King and left him alone. If they did not monitor him, Hoover would have never became interested in him. Another way it could have been avoided was if they worked out an agreement at the meeting King set up. If there was an agreement maybe they would of became friends and worked together. In my own opinion the feud between Martin Luther King Jr. and J. Edgar Hoover was silly, worthless and made no impact to anyone after it ended.
The law states that a defendant is innocent until proven guilty and because Adnan Syed is far from being proven due to lack of actual evidence. Whether you want to believe he was involved in this murder or not, there is no reason for him to spend one more day in jail. Yes many believe that certain inconsistencies and theories that are not actually reliable mean he is the one who committed this heinous crime. The reality is Adnan has an alibi, the reality is Adnan has no motive behind this act, the reality is there is no evidence out there to make Adnan serve the life sentence. I am confident that Adnan has 100% undeniably been wrongfully convicted of first degree murder.
Capulet Juliet found tragically shot dead in her tomb along with Romeo, a Montague. The two feuding families bury the hatchet in the silent streets of Verona after this unexplained, tragic death occurred involving the two opposing families, a Montague and a Capulet. Juliet was found dead next to her other half, Romeo. Detectives are still scrutinizing the death of these two unfortunate teenagers. Detective Wilson reports; “Although it is clear that Juliet was alive before she got shot, it is uncertain if this was a homicide or an unsettling murder”.
According to the film, men, women, and children who witnessed this event died from only a couple of different causes. John McAdams of Marquette University who is very knowledgeable on the subject describes what is called a “clean up squad.” He mentions that the sole purpose of this group of people is the eliminate those who have information regarding a conspiracy (McAdams, 2016.) Many of these people who were witnesses died very tragic deaths, like from gunshot wounds, having their throats slit, or hit by vehicles (McAdams, 2016.) It cannot be by coincidence that these people holding crucial information all wound up dead shortly after. A couple examples of these deaths, according to Mu.edu, are Karyn Kupcinet, a TV host 's daughter who was overheard telling of JFK 's death prior to 11/22/63, was murdered the same month.
Although the story never explains whether or not she committed the crime the wife has a fairly strangle attitude. When Mr. Hale shows up to her house, he says that she was just sitting in the rocking chair while her husband’s dead body is just laying upstairs. She did not attempt to contact anyone, she just sat there as if she wasn’t sure what she should do. When Mr. Hale asks her, “Why, what did he die of?” she states, “He died of a rope around his neck” (Glaspell. 970), she does not move, nor make a face.