12- 19- 2014 somewhere around 2400 and 0600 hours I Det. Scott Demeester was dispatched to 1710 Madrona Street. I was called in to investigate a homicide case. The victim was discovered tucked under a sheet in a vacant home in Atlanta Georgia. Victim was a female name Heather Camp 33 years old from Canton Georgia. Call into 911 came from someone within neighborhood. The woman body seem to be strangled and rape. Additionally her nails were removed, no ID was on the victim, however a fight seem to appear. Signs were that clothes were removed from her body, along with a bucket of human fetus was found inside the home. Furthermore, investigation show another victim name Nicole Sartell who is 31 years old, was murder in the house and appear to
The Black Dahlia murder was made into a movie. Elizabeth Short came to hollywood to become a movie actress. She was 22 at the time of her murder and she was from massachusetts and her case was never solved. The mystery of The Black Dahlia murder can be summed up into two theories: The killer was Dr. George Hodel and the killer was Leslie Dillon.
Did Queenie kill her husband Arthur or did he actually fall down the stairs? That was the question that was asked when Queenie returned to her house and ten minutes later called her friends into her house. Queenie claims that, “Arthur slipped and fell on the stairs”(1 “Slip or Trip”). According to the evidence his body is in the wrong position and the glass in his hand shows that he was set up by Quinnie. Therefore, Quinnie did kill her husband Arthur and set it up to look like Arthur had died on his own.
First, Vanessa Vermont had bought a new broiler and she wanted an outlet for it in her kitchen. In the morning she called an electrician to come install it in. His name was James Volta. Next, when the police walked in the kitchen, we saw Vanessa lying on the kitchen floor dead with a fatal head wound. Finally, James said that he never went to the house and said that the husband knew how to hook it up. Winthrop (The husband) said that he wasn’t even home and that James had to be the one that killed her. My claim is that Winthrop Vermont had killed his wife Vanessa Vermont.
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, we are here today to discuss the murder of John Wright. On November 15, Mr. Wright was found in his bed with a rope around his neck, presumably strangled to death. His body was discovered by his wife supposedly and did not bother to notify to the local authorities. At eight o'clock in the morning, Mr. Hale went to look for Mr. Wright and found Minnie, Mr. Wright’s wife, sitting in a rocking chair inside of the house. Mr. Hale asked Minnie for her husband and she stated that John Wright was dead in the bedroom. Mr. Hale and his son, Harry, went upstairs and found the body in the bed with a rope around his neck. Alarmed, Mr. Hale told Harry to go to call the police through a telephone across the road while he stayed behind at the Wright's’ residence. The police then arrived to the scene of the crime and took Minnie into custody. We are here today to prove that Minnie Wright is guilty of the premeditated murder of her husband, John Wright.
was supposed to be portrayed as true. It was shown that the actress acting as
Queenie had said that her and her husband had had a heated argument resulting in having the wife leave for the night, and when she arrived home he was laying at the base of the step unmoving. Key witnesses have reported that when Queenie arrived at the country club she seemed “agitated and not herself”. Mrs. Williams has chosen not to tell the police what the quarrel was about, but it is possible that the argument was a possible motive to kill
When Queenie was out partying, she happened to drink a little too much, and she ended up getting drunk. When people are drunk, they tend to do things that they do not really mean to do. It 's as if they are not really themselves. It is possible that she killed her husband, but she just couldn 't remember doing it. Queenie was home alone when the murder happened.
Mary Maloney is a very loving and devoted house wife and mother-to-be. Though her dream of having the perfect American family was destroyed by the bewildering news of Patrick choosing another women over Mary and their child. Innocent is all Mary Maloney is, due to her indistinct state of mind caused by her heinous husband’s decision to desert her and her child while she is unable to control her emotions due to her being pregnant. Mary is not guilty of murder instead innocent due to diminished capacity.
In 1892, a young woman named Lizzie Borden was accused of murdering her father and stepmother (“Lizzie Borden on Trial” 2). This accusation was influenced by the lack of evidence at the scene of the crime. There appeared to be no murder weapon, very few witnesses, and the house did not show any signs of an intruder (“Lizzie Borden on Trial” 5). Once the scene was investigated, it was determined that the cause of death for both victims was multiple blows to the head by an axe. Two axes were found in the home, and neither had a speck of blood (“Lizzie Borden on Trial” 14). As it were, there was not enough evidence to convict a killer, nor was there enough evidence to convict Lizzie Borden. She was declared not guilty (“Lizzie Borden on Trial”
Authors use characterization to give the reader better understanding of what the character is like.In "Lamb to the Slaughter" a series of Literary Devices are used to develop main characters and their feelings about each other. Roald Dahl in "Lamb to the Slaughter" uses conflict, imagery, and direct characterization to develop the love Mary has for her husband so that the reader understands how one thing can change a person but deep down they're still the same person.
As someone may have said, “Lizzie did it” or “It was totally Lizzie” is right. As some may say, the Lizzie Borden case must be quiet boring. Well, it’s wrong! Go into detail, who else would’ve burned a dress from old paint? Lizzie Borden, by the way, is a murder case that happened on August 4, 1892. No one knows who has done it, and the people that are suspected have lots of evidence supporting if they have done it. In this S.A., there are many reasons on why Lizzie committed the double murders, and evidence to prove it.
Besides all the reasons she could be guilty there are some reasons the show otherwise.
My theme for Themes of the Book Thief Quickwrite is Bravery and Cowardice. The questions for this theme are “In Hitler’s Germany is it cowardice NOT to stand up to the Nazis and their beliefs?”“ Is this cowardice Acceptable?”“Who was brave in this society?” We will take one paragraph going through each of these questions and their answers.
I’m defending Mary in the short story, “The Lamb to Slaughter,” written by Roald Dahl. I am pleading for my client, Mary who is not guilty in the murder of Mr. Maloney. Mary would have never murder her husband, because she is six months pregnant. She couldn’t lift the heavy weapon used to kill him while carrying a baby. Mrs. Maloney was at the neighborhood grocery store at the same time the murder happened. She went to see Sam at the store and even bought her husband a cake. It is impossible for Mary to be at two places at once so therefore she cannot be guilty for this crime. She is six months pregnant, and she would have needed her husband for support. Mary is an unemployed pregnant women who would have needed the money from her husband’s