In season one episode six of the Serial podcast titled “The Case Against Adnan Syed”, there are many inconsistencies and false memories as the story is unfolding through the interviews made by the police and Koenig. During interviews, the majority of the answers received from witnesses did not add up or make sense. Also, individuals involved with the case claim they either did not recall what transpired or said something completely different from their previous statement. The above statement proves that the human memory is imperfect and cannot be reliable. Due to the inconsistency of the brain an innocent individual can be imprisoned for a crime, he or she never committed.
Advantage Taken When a person is interrogated, the police do not try to make him comfortable. Their goal is to make him squirm and admit to something, thus leading to a full-blown confession. Episode four of Making a Murderer focused partially on Brendon Dassey. Brendon Dassey simply fell victim to the pressuring of the police. They took advantage of his ignorance.
As a matter of fact, the psychologists in parole board insisted that they still pose a risk to community since they zealously deny the offenses. According to Rabinowitz, their parole was continuously denied although they spent no time thinking what have happened better in their lives if they confessed to the crimes they never committed. I agree with Rabinowitz that psychologists and social workers had confirmation bias trying to expose Amirault family since the beginning of the first accusation because of the society’s over-cautiousness to the situation. However, in my opinion psychologists and especially families had right to fear more than a little since their children were involved in the matter. To avoid unwanted consequences, questioning techniques should have been highly studied by experts and early history of patients should have been investigated instead before accusing and convicting innocent
The officer did not stop him for the robbery he got stop for blocking traffic and for walk in the middle of the street,hours later after the documents came out claim him as a primary suspect. Everything didn 't relate to the story. The Question is “So why did Ferguson police opt to release surveillance video of the convenience-store incident Friday” (Botelho, Lemon, 2004). No ones could ever understand the statement from the Ferguson Police
"I think the installment of the marker just gave people another outlet, ' ' said Rick Hill, Kelsie 's coach at Kolping. "I don 't think it really puts closure on anything." Program just starting Mitsch had the kernel of the idea and had started doing research on the witness support program well before the Crow killing, but the teen 's death spotlighted the intimidation issue and catapulted the program forward, said Mitsch 's boss, homicide Lt. Dave Johnston. "Testifying is uncomfortable. It 's tense.
And people who would have come into contact with Adnan that afternoon were not experts in detecting slight changes in Adnan.Jays saying Adana called him to pick him up from best buy and when he got there Adnan was at the phone booth talking, but sarah got blueprints of best buy and they was never one built. Why did jay lie?or if it lack of memory.? Inclusion Adnan couldn't have a motive in killing hae.I believe that Adnan is innocent and didn't kill Hae Min Lee. The true chemistry of Adnan Syed story remains a mystery but the story that was told put Adnan in jail for lack of hard
Conspiracies began taking shape as soon as the trials started, most were presented with a lack of definite proof. A careful look at the facts known about King’s assassination would lead one to know that Martin Luther King’s assassination was not a conspiracy, it was the work of the criminal James Earl Ray. Although in the end, some may believe that James Earl Ray is innocent or that one of the conspiracies are true, this overlooks the hard facts brought up in the investigations. The lack of definitive proof or witnesses and the changing statements of the people involved leads to an unsure conclusion. The various conspiracies may hold some relevance, however, each conspiracy shows weak points that removes it from the list of plausible theories.
Nevertheless he was hunted for his alleged crimes. Les Goodman, from Serling’s teleplay, was also accused with no substantial evidence after his car started for no apparent reason and stopped just as mysteriously (Serling 763). Which led to him being branded as a possible threat to their neighborhood. This evidence supports the the claim that prejudice is an integral component in both stories by showcasing how unsubstantiated claims can often become reasons to act upon prejudice, that one may feel towards others, frequently to protect one's
However, Socrates keeps on coming to the store by bus for five consecutive days for further updates. Upon his arrival, Ms. Grimes tells him that the office faxed a paper back saying he was not qualified for the job position. When Socrates ask to see the paper from the main office, she said she threw the paper away. Socrates calls the main office and was told, no application for him was faxed from Ms. Grimes. Socrates had a feeling that Ms. Grimes did not fax his application, ''Because.
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.
Stonecipher told the man that Shipp would probably not agree with that, but the man countered that Shipp did agree, and there wouldn’t be anybody on guard that night (Linder). After testimony was given from 31 witnesses, the trial was recessed until June (Linder; “Shipp”). When the defense presented its case, only one defendant admitted that he was at the lynching that night, but he didn’t participate in the lynching (Linder). When Shipp testified, he told the court that he had no idea that a lynching was planned that night (Linder). When he found out about it, he ran to the jail, but was “seized from behind by several men” (Linder).
CCIB Intake received referral #0923-2901-5102-8047131 from reporting party (RP) Katie Hacker Sierra Child and Family Services staff member. According to the RP child Shawn Williams age 10, informed a group home staff member (name not provided) on the morning of 9/26/16 that during the night his roommate Arthur Hammett age12 had touched him in his "inappropriate parts." Shawn failed to provide any specifics regarding the incident and the RP didn 't question him due to his frequent fabrications as of late. To the RP knowledge, Arthur has not displayed this type behavior before, however Shawn has a history of sexualized behaviors which has been previously reported to CPS. The RP disclosed both children were seeing their therapist that evening