The Clutters In The Case Of Nancy And Kenyon

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The detail increases the sinister sense when the narrator describes Mr. Clutter’s murder. The deaths of the Clutter Family seemed like a terrible case, since “a total of eighteen men” had to be assigned to take care of this “case full time”. This crime was very serious because too many people were assigned to be responsible of the case. Since the homicides committed were unscrupulous, extreme vigilance was required. An officer said that he would find out exactly what had happened, even if it took him “the rest of his life”, since he felt “sure as hell” to have “seen some bad things”. Apparently, the Clutters had some secrets that led them to a terrible ending. However, it is unfair that Nancy and Kenyon being innocent, had to pay a high
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