Mr. Margaret Macey's Murder Case

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Mrs.Margaret Macey had just got home from the country club where she was cooling off after her fight with Mr. Macey. I am mrs. doofenshmirtz and I am on the homicide case of Mr.Macey. Mrs. Margaret Macey murdered her husband on February 14th around 1AM, the morning after their huge argument about Mr.Macey’s drinking problem. Mrs.Macey was not happy. So acting irrational, she got home and she murdered her husband. She hit him on the back of the head with a frying pan, she moved his body to make it look like he fell, and she even put a glass of alcohol in his hand. Mrs. Macey had just got home. She walked in the kitchen, and she grabbed a frying pan. Mr.Macey was half passed out in the hallway. He was definitely drunk. Mrs.Macey hit her husband…show more content…
Mr.Macey had a glass of alcohol in his hand after the “fall” (as Mrs.Macey puts it). if he had a glass of alcohol in his hand when he “fell” down the stairs the glass cup should have broke. the cup would be shattered and been all over the rug. she placed the glass cup of alcohol in charles hand, to help the case in which he was drunk and fell down the stairs. He was in fact drunk but he could not have fallen without breaking that glass. It might seem that Margaret is innocent. They think that charles fell down the stairs, he was drunk and slipped and that was it. What this argument overlooks is that charles only had one injury, one straight to the head. He could’ve slipped and bonked his noggin easly, but he would have had at least some minor bruises or even a tiny scratch. He did not fall. he was hit directly in the head with a lot of force. Mrs.Margaret Macey is in fact guilty. Margaret murdered her husband the morning after their huge argument about Mr.Macey’s drinking problem. She hit him on the back of the head with a frying pan, she moved his body, and she put a glass of alcohol in his hand.Mrs. Macey has to live with the fact that she murdered his husband, In or out of jail. She is a murderer and she deserves jail, prison, or

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