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.
Currently I am on the run from the police and I swear it is not my fault or maybe it is. I am Jorge Diglenutbutom and I am here to tell you of the mystery of Mr.Boddy. Mr.Boddy was not a very classy man; he was in many affairs. He was found dead yesterday in his own house, but blood was everywhere. I have narrowed down the possible crime objects, rooms, and suspects to six suspects, six, and eight rooms.
As is the case with little Aiyana Stanley-Jones who was seven years old when she was sleeping on her couch and subsequently shot by Detroit police during a raid; as if a sleeping second grader could present any sort of danger to a grown man. The frenzied raid was warranted on the suspicion that a murderer was residing in the home. This is no problem, no one should be upset that the police are attempting to actually do their job and apprehend a possible killer. However, they didn’t just seize the man they later convicted with first degree murder, they themselves murdered a child. The events of what occurred were fuzzy at best, perhaps this was an accident, perhaps not.
I couldn’t believe they were going to charge him with murder just because of one eyewitness. I was disappointed that law enforcement didn’t bother getting a search warrant for his house or even talk to his family. I couldn’t believe Michael Glove beat Brenton just to get him to confess because Michael just wanted to end the case. Also, if law enforcement would have just got the purse and check for fingerprints then everything would have been handled differently. Instead, they thought it was easier to charge him with murder and ruin a fifteen year old life.
Most having fathers escape a blaze while having their children trapped inside their home. Rather than just having Mr. Willingham wait on death row and the courts not having any further interest in his case, I believe that the state of Texas is at fault for the wrongful conviction of an innocent man. Since Willingham was having someone outside of the initial investigation take a look at his case and the evidence that was gathered at his home (the crime scene), the state of Texas should have extended his execution date until the investigation was concluded.
Along with that, where was he when Zits was about to go shoot up the bank, which was his idea. When Zits was being interrogated, he told the officer about the warehouse they were supposedly staying at and let them to it, “Well if he was here, he's gone now… I know that I won't see justice again” ( Alexie 168). There was no trace of Justice being there which adds to the conclusion of him not being real. Zits soon gets transferred to a new foster home that is nothing like the previous ones. His view of this family is not like the others, “She hugs me tightly.
Montresor was mentally ill at the time the murder was committed but I believe this to be false according to the previous statement said by Mr. Heyer claiming that Montresor felt guilt and remorse after starting to fill up the hole with bricks. If his client was mentally ill he would not have felt any sadness about building the wall around the entrance to the catacomb room, locking his friend away to die from starvation. He was prepared for this murder the entire time, having everything ready the moment he would step foot in the tomb. “ In its surface were two iron staples, distant from each other about two feet, horizontally.” That is all your honor. The jury shall now leave to make their decision, I encourage the jury to think hard about their choice in order to decide the right choice for this man.
“It is unthinkable to most parents to simply be told by the authorities that their child is involved in a massacre and never coming back. Wouldn’t parents want to see the red jacks, blue pants, and little blond hair…regardless of the injuries just to make sure?” Sofia questions the deviation from normal protocol as it relates to Sandy Hook shooting. Also, the fire chief of Newtown, where the shooting took place, claims in an interview that he was ordered to vacate the scene as no one else would be coming out of the building after one lady came out of her car with injuries. Reports from other news agencies claim they were two survivors. This conflicting report among other evidences are reasons Sandy Hook shootings are believed to be a manipulation of reality by the
Ruth whispered to her daughter that burglars broke in and tied her up. The neighbors looked for Ruth’s husband and found him faced down bleeding on the pillow. The police then investigated the crime scene and saw that Ruth had no injuries and no bruises to be found. The detectives then found in Ruth’s husband tools having blood. Then Ruth blamed her insurance businessmen named Judd Gray and the police then tracked him down, and he said that Ruth asked him to bring poisoned whiskey, he blamed it all on her.
Cecil committed a first-degree murder whereas Mary committed manslaughter. The murder of Maddon was intended, planned carefully beforehand, and Cecil was aware of what he was doing all throughout. In contrast, Mary Maloney had no intentions of murder her husband that night nor did she plan the murder at all, lastly, she was in emotional shock when she murdered her husband, she was not fully aware of what she was doing. Even the most innocent looking people can commit a crime such as
He could have ignored the woman 's screams for help, could have kept this freighting intrusion out of their house and lives. A lot of people would have been like “Get the hell off my porch” James said. Instead the Teenager unlocked the door and the woman came charging in and hid in the kitchen. By opening the door for the victim it shows that James was caring. Even when the woman came charging inside the house with bruises and cuts he never told her to leave.
According to the police officer, the murder was perfectly planned and the suspect did not leave any evidences behind. The officers stated that the weapon the murder used had to be around the house and it must be sharp and a heavy object. The police officer, Jack Noonan said finding the weapons might help them to catch the suspect easily. After a long time of search the doctor said “her husband had been killed by a blow to the head …. back of his head was broken into pieces.” He also found some dried blood on the dead man’s head.