Gwinnett County Homicide Detective, Dave Brucz, testified about Cassie 's description of her grandparents murder: "Johnny began to attack the grandfather. Bjorge then said she had a surge of energy. She then dragged her grandmother into her grandfather’s bedroom. She was duct taped.” Brucz explained to the court “She had basically had enough of her grandparents.” Detective Brucz explained how the 17-year-old was able to keep her family in the dark about Wendy and Randall 's murder: “She admitted after the murder she was texting family members because they were worried about them, and she was pretending to be Wendy.” also said she and her boyfriend, Johnny Rider, planned to murder several other family members. Cassie 's mother, Amanda Sterling, didn 't respond to finding out her daughter and her boyfriend planned on killing her, but she had said "Not in a million years did I think something like would ever happen,"
The client was just walking home the night of the murder. Mr. Breck feels really bad for the family but he also knows you have tried to put him away for something he didn’t do. How do we know it was his DNA we don’t because the DNA was to old to even use anymore it was corrupt. The others are saying he is guilty but he isnt. They wont him to go away for somthing he didnt do.
John Proctor experiences a similar personal realization. During the beginning of the play, he cannot understand why Elizabeth will not forgive him for his sin. However, during the emotional chaos of the trials, he begins to realize where she is coming from, and obsesses over his sin. He wonders “how [he may] live without [his] name” (Miller 1161). For the rest of the play he obsesses over not dying in ignominy, and sacrifices his life.
Ultimately, Sherlock Holmes was certain that Dr. Roylott murdered Julia Stoner, and wanted to kill Helen too, in order to keep his money. While Sherlock Holmes may have indirectly caused Dr. Roylott’s death, he cannot be held responsible for his demise. When the story begins, Helen Stoner is transferred to Julia’s room, due to unnecessary renovations in her own room. In the middle of the night, she is awoken by the low whistle Julia heard the eve of her death. Fearing for her life, she travels to Sherlock Holmes in the morning, asking for assistance.
She had gone out to get groceries, and when she had come back, she saw her husband lying on the floor, dead. Mary Maloney had said “I was just out to get meat and vegetables, and when I came home I saw Patrick dead on the floor! I immediately called the police.” Detectives have not found the weapon used to kill yet.
In the story “A Good Man is Hard to Find” there are many examples of foreshadowing. One example of this literary tool is shown at the beginning of the story when the Grandmother reads about the Misfit escaping prison in that day 's newspaper. Another example is the way the Grandmother dresses to leave for her trip. She dresses in a way that she would find acceptable to be found dead in, foreshadowing the ending when she is murdered by the Misfit. “In case of an accident, anyone seeing her dead on the highway would know at once that she was a lady.” (O’Connor) Another way O 'Connor foreshadows the end for this family when the family are driving they pass an old family burial ground with five or six graves the exact amount of people in the
Lizzie Borden took an ax, And gave her mother forty whacks; When she saw what she had done, She gave her father forty-one. The famous rhyme of Lizzie Borden giving her mother 40 whacks and then her father 41. Most people assume she committed the crime, of killing her parents, and that she planned the whole thing though there are some holes in the case. Everybody thinks she committed the crime though no one is sure, one thing is certain there are holes in the case and these holes make me believe that Lizzie did not do the crime. There are so many holes that no one is certain who did the crime.
However, it was later found by the women that there was something under the quilt. That something was the motive, and the motive was Mrs. Wright’s bird. The men would not know this because they dismissed the kitchen and living area from having any significance to the case. They also mockingly asked the women what they had found without really caring about the answer. The women sensed this and therefore withheld information that would be vital in proving Mrs. Wright’s guilt in the murder of her husband.
The short story “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson is the foundation for dystopian fiction.”Although the villagers had forgotten the ritual and lost the original black box, they still remembered to use stones”(Jackson 7).They did not care if the box was lost or about the ritual they just remembered they were supposed to kill who ever got drawn out of a bowl or box to throw stones at them.This piece of evidence shows dystopian because no one would ever be able to do that without going to jail or killed.Another piece of evidence is when they started to throw the stone as said, “A stone hit her on the side of the head. Old Man Warner was saying, "Come on, come on, everyone"(Jackson 7).This quote means that when the girl got picked for the tradition
What she did not expect is that the Caretaker would turn up dead on the next morning, with the half-eaten casserole of macaron on his table. The police now believe that Clemence is the prime suspect in the killing. Macaron Murder follows Clemence Damour’s journey in trying to absolve herself of the charges of murder of the caretaker. She needs to find the person the murderer that framed her or else she is going to spend the rest of her life in