Pretrial discovered that 26 other patients had died at the defendant’s first hospital while the nurse’s care (Pozgar & Santucci, 2015, p. 120, para. 3). Although there were no eyewitnesses, she left a trail that lead back to her to prove that she murdered the 12 patients. In order to prevent such criminal acts from happening in the hospital setting, there are many actions that hospitals should take to reduce the risk of violence. When hiring hospital staff, there should be investigation of each applicant’s background.
The most convincing evidence is an old recording of a conversation between Hodel and an unknown person which Hodel states “ Supposin I did kill the Black Dahlia. They couldn’t prove it now. They can’t talk to my secretary because she is dead” (Black Dahlia). With all this evidence pertaining to Dr. George Hodel it’s easy to see why some people say he was the killer. To sum up people believed that George Hodel used his medical experience to kill and dissect her and left her for dead, then other people believed he killed more people and decompose them in his
The police department narrow down the investigation to four suspects Bob Whitney, Mary Lynn Turner, Joe Rangel and Allen Dann. They all provide a blood sample to the investigation to determine if one of the blood samples belongs to the suspect. A new development happened during our investigation, where information about a missing girl surface name Sarah Hopewell reflecting she could be the victim in the crime. Based on Sarah medical records we determine she was blood type B negative (Rh-), Caucasian and twenty-one years of age when she disappear. The question we are trying to answer during our investiagation “Do the skeletal remains belong to Sarah Hopewell?” “Are any of the suspects the attacker of the victim in the crime?” Ultimately, who does the skeletal remains belong
Mrs. Roach starts the book by telling about the time she experienced a facial anatomy and face lift refresher course. She explains how a human skull and a severed head effect the living human handling the cadavers remains mentality. With a head, there 's still tissue, it 's almost like you can feel every day that person has ever lived in your hands. But with a skull there is no tissue, only bone making the remains seem...Less than human. During the rising action of the book, Roach talks about more of the things she’s encountered on her journey to becoming a Forensic Scientist.
"Lizzie did you, did you, Lizzie?" This question is asked directly to Lizzie but is also proposed to the reader and by the reader 's interpretation, he or she decides if Lizzie Borden did, in fact, murder her father an step-mother. Throughout the play, Blood Relations, it is suggested that Lizzie did commit these violent acts, although Blood Relations is a fictional story based on facts. Therefore the author, Sharron Pollock, can implant bias and also embellish or make up facts. Although the real Lizzie Borden was acquitted of all charges, many people suspect that she did commit these murders.
Meriwether Lewis died at the Grinder’s stand at the age of 35. This question of the cause of his death has been asked for aver 200 years, but it is clear that this is murder by conspiracy. There had been many doctors that saw Lewis after his death to try and figure what happened to him and it has been said in a historical video that the last 4 people to have seen Meriwether said that it was a murder. Based on the physical evidence exhibits, Exhibit two shows Lewis dead in his bed. It was written on the physical evidence that Lewis did not like to be in his bed and preferred to be on his buffalo and bear Robeson the floor, so wouldn’t it, make sense for him to kill himself in a place that he liked .In February of 1845, Priscilla Grinders story was written and what’s bad about it is that she was interviewed multiple times and her story was changed every time in a different way.
It’s mind blowing how the justice sentence can convict somebody solely off an eye witness testimony, especially if the eye-witness isn’t accurate. “Eyewitness misidentification is the greatest contributing factor to wrongful convictions proven by DNA testing, playing a role in more than 70% of convictions overturned through DNA testing nationwide.’’ (Eyewitness Misindentification,2017) Immediately after reporting the crime, the victim was taken to a hospital where a rape kit was administered, and swabs were taking from her body. Days after the rape the victim was also shown two photo lineups of suspects, however she didn’t identify anyone. Following the attack, the victim moved from San Antonio to Dallas. The case remained unsolved for a little over a year, that was until Dallas detectives mailed another photo line up to the victim in San Antonio, where she subsequently chose Lindsey as her alleged rapist.
Cover Letter After analysis and individualization of our evidence, we concluded that Talia Zagon killed Mr. MacDougall. To determine Talia Zagon was the murderer, we performed many tests in order to analysis and individualize the evidence. We had known samples of hair, fingerprints, handwriting, paper, ink, blood, and fiber from the five possible suspects. To compare these samples, we used the unknown evidence from our crime scene. The first test we performed was the fingerprint test.
There was so much going on during this tragic situation that it became more of a recovery mission. “There is no doubt that the school had ample room to accommodate such personnel. Yet medical responders who rushed to sandy hook elementary school upon receiving word of the tragedy were denied entry to the school and forced to set up primary and secondary triages off school grounds and wait for the injured to be brought to them (Tracy).” This makes sense because the majority of the victims were dead upon arrival. There was an outrageous amount of concerned parents and interested news crews surrounding the elementary school campus, moving the paramedics to the fire station gave them an area that was cleared and much more convenient for
Summary: "The Case of The Lower Case Letter" begins with Edith Nettleston entering the detective's office. Edith wanted the detective to look at her dead husband's, Professor Edgar Nettleston, suicide note to see if there were any clues to where lexical semantic location. The lexical semantic paper is worth a fortune of money and lectures tours. The detective was able to figure out the clue left behind by the late husband, find the missing lexical semantic, and figured out that Edith Nettleston's husband did not commit suicide, but was murdered. Direct & Indirect Characterization of the Protagonist: Direct characterization means a character reveals themselves through adjectives and phrases.
Robert Flake died of his stab wounds. As of now they are investigating how he died from where he was stabbed. Robert Flake’s family has been notified of the incident. On the scene no one was found other that Robert Flake, but they do have a few suspects in mind which the names have
In “How to know if you’re dead” the author defines the topic of a brain-dead patient. How we really know if you are death? This question struggled people for century as well the author Mary Roach. “The legal community took a little longer than the physicians to come around to concept of brain death”. (12) Brain death is the complete and irreversible loss of brain function.
The child’s presenting history, physical symptoms, and laboratory findings should have indicated that appropriate, standard CT imaging of the abdomen, emergency surgical consultation and immediate hospitalization, due to his critical condition, were paramount. Due to the misdiagnosis of constipation, four hours after discharge, Roberto Carlos Llanas, Jr. was dead. “Had Roberto been properly diagnosed and treated when he first went to the ER at Children’s Medical Center, in all likelihood he could have been treated appropriately for internal trauma and lived to have a normal life. His life is gone, and that of his family has been destroyed,” Weisbrod said. “Roberto’s doctor and nurses simply were not thorough or paying attention to