If we trace further back, we can see a faint footstep on the edge of the water spill. This faint footstep most likely came from one of the 3 customers. In this case, we believe it to be customer C. In all, the dominant hand, eating habits, and footsteps prove that customer C is the murderer. To further investigate what happened during the lunchroom murder, we could dust the handprint/fingerprints to see who they belong to. We could ask the other customers that were there that day, if they knew anything about the murder.
The Confusing Death of Zachary Taylor Zachary Taylor was the second of eight presidents to die while serving in office. One of the four to die to natural causes, but some conspirators in the early 1990’s said that his death was the result of a poisoning. Taylor was nicknamed “Old Rough and Ready” from his courage and honor in battle. This caused many to believe that some fruit and a glass of milk could not kill Zachary Taylor. Though a conspiracy thought that Zachary Taylor had been poisoned he actually died from milk and cherries.
The mystery behind JonBenet Ramsey’s death can be summed up into two theories: someone in her family is the killer or a pedifile came after her. JonBenet was in the spotlight for most of her life, and ironically her mysterious death was the same. Although, many pieces of the murder are still unknown, the facts are clear: JonBenet was harshly killed in her Boulder, Colorado house on December 25, 1996. Her mother, Patricia “Patsy” Ramsey, called the police the following morning to report that her
Look around where the crime scene occurred; retrace the steps from where he was before to how he could have potentially got there. Was he forced in there? Did he go there to hide? Try to find answers to these questions, but most important question is who could have wanted Lopez dead. If he ran in there to hide, it may have been someone he knew that wanted him dead, because Joseph was killed there in the storm drain tunnel, he was not killed somewhere else and dumped there.
The death on lottery day was thought to be normal in these towns, but it was not normal to me. This tradition is gruesome and made me uncomfortable that this could be normal to anyone, fictional or real. These people were killed with stones. The author said, "Bobby Martin had already stuffed his pockets full of stones..." (291). This quote really gave the element of death to the story.
Adnan claims that he was at school when hae disappeared and he went to track practice. An important piece of information that was overlooked by the state, provides an alibi for Adnan.“McClain testified during Syed’s post-conviction hearing last week, saying she spoke with him at the public library on Jan. 13, 1999 at the very time the state says Syed killed Lee”. Asia McClain, a girl who went to the same school as Adnan and Hae said she saw Adnan at the library at the same time the state said Hae died at. If this statement is true, it would have been impossible for Adnan to be the killer.. Asia was not close to Adnan or Hae so it would not make sense for her to lie or be biased about the case. An article about his new attorney stated, ”Cristina Gutierrez made no attempt to contact McClain after she sent Syed a letter in prison stating that she remembers seeing him in the library in the afternoon”.
They’re still not quite sure with what had happened to this meal to make the family sick, but in The Fall River Tragedy: A History of the Borden Murders, the family thinks they have been poisoned, which is entirely possible (Porter 108). Because it is stated that Lizzie tried purchasing arsenic and prussic acid. Back in the “Trial of Lizzie Borden” it mentions how during the murder, Mrs. Borden was on her way to work on the guest room, and it was there that she was murdered. An hour after Mrs. Borden was murdered, Mr. Borden finally returned home, and Mr. Borden wasn’t feeling too well, so he went to take a nap (Pearson 20/22). Then, Bridget, the house maid, went up to her room and also fell asleep.
Guess what Bridget was not questioned. Lastly, little was known about the murderers, but they just assumed that she did. There was no evidence that she did it she was just blamed. People might say that she had a motive and that is enough to prove it. In Lizzie Borden: Murderess or Media Sensation it states that “There was no physical evidence linking her to the murders” There was no evidence that she did the murders.
Because the evidence that they had to call him guilty was only circumstantial. They all know he was innocent but unfortunately for Tom, they were prejudice. Which is ultimately why he is dead. So was Tom's death justified because he tried running away from something he may or may not have done? No not really because he should have never gotten that sentencing in the first place.
The murders started, according to Stowell, as Prince Albert’s infected brain started to deteriorate. None of this can be proven since Stowell died shortly after publishing his theories and burned his papers. One important factor is that royal records show that Eddy which was the nickname for the prince was not anywhere close to London when the most important murder deaths occurred. Also, Eddy who was not considered to be a very intelligent man did not have the medical knowledge to be a Ripper suspect. Many others were thought to be Jack the Ripper which included Joseph Barnett, a man in
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
The most recent characters found out the next evidence was that it looked like the murder was going in a family line from his/her murdered victims, that they knew of anyways. The next thing that had happened was starr knight 's son trevor had went missing. As you can tell this is going on in the same pattern evidence. Called “the family line of Cathy/Starr knight”. But now they are rethinking starrs murder because when starr died she was in her truck.
Most husbands who kill their wives had abused their wife earlier in their relationship. Marilyn was not clearly abused. Marilyn and Sam were getting along really well the night before the murder. Why would Sam kill his wife when they were getting along and Marilyn sad nothing about Sam’s affairs (www.law.umkc)? In the murder scene, blood was supposed to be splattered everywhere.
The biggest discrepancy I see with Milke’s account of what happened is the bullets she found in the laundry. Milke said that she was doing laundry the day of the murder. However, it is very odd that Milke found the bullets in the laundry the day of the murder rather the day after. It is also very coincidental that she also took out a $5,000 life insurance policy days before the murder. In addition, Milke talked to both family and friends that she did not want to be a mother and asked other family members to take him.