Meriwether Lewis died at the Grinder’s stand at the age of 35. This question of the cause of his death has been asked for aver 200 years, but it is clear that this is murder by conspiracy. There had been many doctors that saw Lewis after his death to try and figure what happened to him and it has been said in a historical video that the last 4 people to have seen Meriwether said that it was a murder. Based on the physical evidence exhibits, Exhibit two shows Lewis dead in his bed. It was written on the physical evidence that Lewis did not like to be in his bed and preferred to be on his buffalo and bear Robeson the floor, so wouldn’t it, make sense for him to kill himself in a place that he liked .In February of 1845, Priscilla Grinders story was written and what’s bad about it is that she was interviewed multiple times and her story was changed every time in a different way.
At the end of the movie, Mr. Edwin Drood Senior returns home after a long absence. In search for Edwin, he visits the cathedral but he finds Jasper, instead. Enraged by the lack of affection with which his father treats him and the feeling of inferiority he had to deal with his whole life; Jasper strangles the old man with a scarf. After a year, he finally remembers the murder, but in his madness he is convinced that his victim was Edwin, the brother, rather than Edwin, the father. Consequently the guilt he feels makes him jump from the cathedral tower and kill himself.
“The Adventure of the Speckled Band” Argumentative Essay In “The Adventure of the Speckled Band” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Dr. Roylott was bitten by the swamp adder, forcing Sherlock Holmes to feel guilty. For numerous reasons, Sherlock Holmes could not have been directly responsible for Dr. Roylott’s death. In the beginning, Sherlock Holmes was paid to protect Helen, along with himself. Alongside, Dr. Roylott has threatened Sherlock Holmes in a violent manner, in order to stay away from Helen Stoner. Ultimately, Sherlock Holmes was certain that Dr. Roylott murdered Julia Stoner, and wanted to kill Helen too, in order to keep his money.
Roylott’s passing, though the detective felt no remorse concerning this fact. Dr. Roylott was a despicable man, whose numerous crimes created an abhorrence between him and Sherlock Holmes. While the detective did despise Dr. Roylott, the death was still an accident, as Sherlock Holmes could not predict the snake would end up biting its master, only to have its venom kill him just seconds later. Finally, it was Dr. Roylott’s own choice to continue to send the snake through the ventilator, even when he was aware he was suspected of the murder. In the end, Dr. Roylott eventually met the unfortunate fate he rightfully deserved; the hero Sherlock Holmes could not possibly feel any guilt towards this
In the course of his trial and before his conviction, Towler had expressed his hatred for snitches and the fact that he believed that they should be killed. When he was released on bail, Towler confided to different people that he believed that Stone had betrayed him
The factors that suggested Jack Merridew’s guilt include why he and his tribe had not used traps rather than spears, his attempt to murder Ralph, and how the leader should be the one responsible for a group's actions. When the prosecution called Jack Merridew up to the stand, they threw a myriad of questions for him to respond to. One of these questions asked Jack why he had provided spears to all of the members of his tribe instead of creating traps. At that time, Jack could not come up with a response; the information suggested he desired to kill. Afterwards, the defense brought Roger up to the stands, and one of their arguments supporting Roger was that the tribe had a boulder trap to “protect” them from the monster, not to kill Piggy.
“He wasn’t incompetent...And, he wasn’t a nutcase, he wasn’t a sociopath, he wasn’t an outcast” (85). Why does Krakauer repeat the structure of he wasn’t (parallelism) Krakauer tries to identify that McCandless is brave enough to make the choice that he made. He’s explaining that McCandless wasn’t a crazy person who runs off into the wild and do unintelligent things. But he ran off to and live
The murders started, according to Stowell, as Prince Albert’s infected brain started to deteriorate. None of this can be proven since Stowell died shortly after publishing his theories and burned his papers. One important factor is that royal records show that Eddy which was the nickname for the prince was not anywhere close to London when the most important murder deaths occurred. Also, Eddy who was not considered to be a very intelligent man did not have the medical knowledge to be a Ripper suspect. Many others were thought to be Jack the Ripper which included Joseph Barnett, a man in
Roylott’s death is because, Dr. Roylott had tried to kill Helen many times, just as he did Julia. Sherlock Holmes was just fulfilling his duty in protecting Helen from anymore harm. Dr. Roylott also already had a criminal record for killing two other people before he tried to kill Helen. These people were Julia and his servant in India. The Dr. Roylott was trying to kill Helen with the Swamp Adder, which is one of the most deadly snaked in India just as he did Julia.