Let’s Get Serial: The Unsolved Story of Woodland High School’s Murder Back in 1999, on January 13th right after school lets out in Baltimore city, Hae Min Lee’s life is taken from her. The holes and unanswered questions in her case make it intriguing, and confusing to answer who did it? Adnan Syed, Hae’s ex-boyfriend is the one they ultimately end up turning to as the perpetrator of the crime. Adnan has sentenced a life penalty for the felony. Even though there could be a refute with the evidence saying Adnan was guilty, there is too little to make a strong case with no question or hard evidence counteracting why he is innocent.
The novel is dated in the sense that DNA profiling was still new and characters talking about how there was no criminal DNA database. "All That Remains" The third book in the series, is based on the Colonial Parkway Killer, who is supposed to have killed eight people in the eighties in Virginia. Young couples are disappearing, only to turn up months later, mutilated. The daughter of a big drug guy goes missing, Kay knows that it is time to get the killer. Through the course of investigating things, she finds that these killings are tied to past brutal killings.
From example a young boy named Lionel Tate, who was 12 years at the time his crime was that he beat up a six year girl to death. He was charged as an adult and charged as first degree murder. Now a days young children cannot be charged as an adult because the court ruled a law on June 25, 2012 that no children under the age of 18 cannot be charged as an adult. So it 's okay for a child at the age of 14 to kill their parents and not be charged or for a 13 year boy to beat their father to death? So these kids were charged as adults, but that 's been because the court didn´t ruled the law until 2012 that they can’t be tried as an adult.
In China, Siemens poured out funds to government officials with a total of $14 million to win a contract of medical equipment supply from 2002 until 2009 (WCT, 2011). This is turns out to be a cultural problem because bribing foreign official was legal in German law. It was before 1999 that under the German tax code, bribing foreign official considered as business expense. However, it already became a culture of Siemens Company. Therefore, series of actions been performed by Siemens to regain the trust from
Jacob was fifteen years of age when committed the crime but Jacob told Frontline that he first thought of the murder of his parents when he was “12 or 13” years of age. ”What basically put me towards the path is I saw no way out," (PBS). Jacob Ind told Frontline that he was physically and sexually abused by mainly his father in which made living at home very difficult. Due to issues at home Jacob after committed the crime had very little emotion to what he had actually done. During an interview, Jacob states, "I remember I was sitting in the police station -- and this is how out of a touch of reality I was.
Blood stains all around the house were found along with a broken window, and Kercher’s room locked. The house was a mystery a dead body, blood stains, and what seem like a setup break in, a lot of unanswered questions were left behind that day. Amanda Knox was soon arrested along with her boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito, and was the first suspect of the murder. I believe she was innocent because the investigation was very poorly driven, and also because there was no physical evidence that she was there when the crime happened. Even though some people may say she is guilty because of her reaction and also because of the DNA found in the knife.
There seem to be multiple reasons for this murder, but none of them were really substantial enough to commit a murder. At the other end of the spectrum, we have got John Ryan, which early in the movie is presented as a racist and as an abuser. However, later on in the movie, he saves a woman that he had previously abused from dying in a car accident, now making him a hero. What is interesting here is that many of the roles in the story are either good or bad, only depending on their perception of the race conflict. There
During her time, in Leesburg she was exposed to guns on a daily basis, took gun safety classes, and worked in a sporting goods store selling firearms. Due to the nature of the gun debate, if the roles were switched and the documentary was filmed in Massachusetts, there would be little to no change in the mindset of Ken and his son. The experiment began with Pia having far left preconceptions about guns and gun owners. These views developed after a close friend of hers passed away due to gun violence. In her mind, guns were killing machines.
In the peer-reviewed article, “Aggression and School Violence School Shootings: Making Sense of the Senseless,” authors Wike and Fraser claim that “limiting gun access would likely not stop those who are committed to an attack.” So although the United States upholds many restrictions on gun access, it does not stop troubled high school students from going in and shooting up their educational home. In a similar peer-reviewed article, “Battleground America,” Jill Lepore, the author, describes a school shooting that occurred at Chardon High School. The student who shot up the high school, T.J. Lane, stole the gun from his uncle out of his grandfather’s barn. Although Lane did not own a gun, he still possessed gun access. According to the article, “The United States is the country with the highest rate of civilian gun ownership in the world.” Although the United States has about one-fourth the amount of people that reside in China, it houses more guns.
Avirook Sen's book digs deep to address the questions behind the gruesome double murders of the Talwars’ 14-year-old daughter Aarushi and their domestic help Hemraj. This however, does not ask the question of who killed Aarushi, but rather asks what the evidence is that sealed the Talwars' fate, as well as if the evidence truly was incriminating enough for them to go to jail. Or was the entire affair just a media frenzy that caused public pressure on the CBI and the judiciary to make them the sacrificial lamb to appease the angry masses? The details are a key part of the narrative, and the thorough research that Avirook Sen has