The Murder Of Edward Seton

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In the novel, And Then There Were None, Lawrence “Justice” Wargrave, a judge, a suspect of murder, is put on trial for the murder of Edward Seton. Wargrave grew up knowing that he wanted to do something for Justice. So, now he is a judge, sending people to jail for Justice and for the greater good of society. Getting the bad guys off the streets. Now, the tides have turned and he is put on trial for convincing the jury in the Edward Seton case. To make the verdict of Seton guilty for a murder that wasn’t fully proven. Seton was sent to be hanged. As a jury member, Mr. Wargrave should be found innocent, there is no evidence of him physically murdering or convincing the victim to kill himself, he was just a judge doing his job and sending a criminal
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