“THE LIZZIE BORDEN CASE”
On August 4, 1892, Andrew and Abby Borden were murdered in their home in Fall River, Massachusetts. Lizzie Borden convicted of the murder and arrested on August 11, 1892. It seems obvious that Lizzie committed the crime due to the evidence provided, family problems and, the brutal nature of the murder.
Lizzie and her family had problems, which means this could have led Lizzie to murder her parents. Lizzie was not in a close relationship with her stepmother, Lizzie was worried that Abby Borden’s family was after her father’s money. With all this going on it made lizzie dislike her stepmother even more to the point she stopped calling her mom
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In the article(The Lizzie Borden Case para. 2) it states,” At around 10:30 A.M. Mr. Borden returned home. When he asked for his wife Lizzie told him that she had gone to visit a sick friend . Mr. Borden then lay down on a sofa in the parlor. Shortly after 11:00 A.M. Lizzie woke up Bridget, telling her an intruder had come into the house and killed her father.”
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Have you ever killed some one? Over a 100 years ago Lizzie's parents were brutally murdered by someone and the only person they focused on was the daughter lizzie borden. Lizzie Borden was the axe murderer no doubt about it because all the signs pointed to no other than Lizzie herself. The reason I think Lizzie killed her parents was because she didn't like her stepmother and thought if she didn't kill her father her father would think its her. Lizzie is a true mastermind to have gotten away with murder because there is no other explanation to Lizzie's parents brutal death.
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