In the murder scene, blood was supposed to be splattered everywhere. The killer must have diverted the blood. Sam, however, only had a small blood spot on his pants. In the body report, Marilyn didn’t have some teeth. This means that Marilyn had bitten the killer to try to get the killer to get him off of her.
During the investigation of Mary’s murder there were two notes that were discovered. (Photos of the notes attached.) The notes claimed that a tall black person committed the crime, while the other suggest that the person who wrote the notes was forced to write them to throw suspicion away from the actual murder. There was also some physical evidence such as, human feces at the bottom of the elevator shaft. It is said that the investigation into Mary’s murder was very sloppy.
Cheating death was a hard thing and only some actually survived. There are little survivor of people who actually cheated death. Some of these people were sent to many concentration camps or either forced labor but they survived. As an example of cheating death is a book called Prisoner B 3087. As the young man was sent to many concentration camps he saw many things even upon a young age.
Nevertheless when the pipel is hanged, when they were required to look upon the supposedly deceased body, they noticed "the third rope was still moving... His tongue was still red, his eyes not yet extinguished"(Wiesel 65). The pipel was indeed not deceased, furthermore we can comprehend why he compared the taste of his soup to that of a cadaver. The unremitting horrors of a moribund soul strangling on a noose severely disturbed
Y’see, he buy a pig of my wife four or five year ago… and claims that from that day to this he cannot keep a pig alive for more than four weeks because my Martha bewitch them with her books. (72) Corey emphasizes that Ezekiel Cheever and the court did wrong by arresting Martha Corey. Corey speaks out that he never saw his wife practicing witchcraft, but only reading books. Corey points out that his wife is not a witch and that Walcott has falsely accused Martha Corey of witchcraft. Because Cheever arrested Martha Corey for reading books, it is clear that her right of reading books is in threat and that she has faced injustice.
But, the most common and accurate one is that Edgar A. Poe died because of rabies. Rabies is known as a very deadly virus spread to people from the saliva of infected animals. The rabies virus is usually transmitted through a bite. In the late 1800 rabies was well known to cause different symptoms, including itching, fever, headache, excess salivation, muscle spasms, and mental confusion. These symptoms tend to spread through entire body.
In the chapter 3, Mrs. Wilson says something rude about Daisy to Tom Buchanan, then Tom “broke her nose with his open hand” (39). From Tom’s action, it shows he is protecting his wife’s reputation. Even though he always ignores Daisy by calling Mrs. Wilson at table notwithstanding, he did not “punch” his wife. In a word, it shows Tom Buchanan respects his wife more than Mrs. Wilson by he is breaks Mrs. Wilson’s nose.
The two men Billy remember from the missing person’s reports, when he saw the names in her guest book. But before this, Billy says no names have been in the log book since these two other men. It only becomes tremendously suspicious and uncanny when Dahl implements her dialogue to be, “I stuff all my little pets myself when they pass away”… Although this makes the Landlady seem very insane and crazy, if we were to refer back to the idea of gender stereotypes and the possible inference of sexual connotations; Dahl maybe want to prove that stereotypically you should not judge someone by their title, nor their role. They can be insane, strong, happy, sad etc regardless of gender. As a short story I liked it and could have analyzed it through a number of different theories.
She tells the Misfit that he “ought not to shoot a lady. (PAGE NUMBER)” The Grandmother even goes as far to bargain with him for her life, promising she will ”give [the Misfit] all the money [she had]! (PAGE NUMBER)” Throughout the story she has appeared quite self-centered, such as when she manipulated June Star and John Wesley into convincing their father to go to the Grandmother’s old house by promising there was “a secret panel (PAGE NUMBER)” filled with silver. The instance of her begging for mercy is no different. She chooses to beg for her life through manipulation instead of expressing concern or sadness for her murdered relatives.
As Tom reviews his discussion with Mayella in the trial, he tells the court, “she says she never kissed a grown man before…. She says what her papa do to her don’t count.” (Lee, Chapter 19). In this context, interpreting this statement concludes that Bob has done inappropriate things to Mayella. Previously stated in the second paragraph above, Bob calls Mayella a whore for kissing Tom. Bob is portrayed as a racist person, so Mayella having any interaction with Tom will get her into more
Kurose was murdered!Kurose was the Vice-Principal of Wai’anae High School and was liked by many and was thought of as kind and thoughtful, but there were a few teachers who thought differently.Oberlander, Hansen, Moriwaki and Ratcliffe are the suspects in this case. He was stabbed several times and his dismembered body was found in a classroom submerged in an ice bucket. An autopsy suggests that he was murdered between 14:45 and 15:30. Moriwaki is the murderer because she had the motive, opportunity and an accomplice. However, some might say that Moriwaki couldn’t be the murderer because she had an alibi.
People hear of police killing innocent black men and blame them for being racist. However, after further research, I argue that their claims are not true. When it comes to police shootings, blacks aren’t the only targets. Far many more white people are killed by police which shows that this is definitely not a racial problem. Based on data collected by the FBI, crime rates have gone down but the number of police shootings have increased.