Why People Go Unsolved

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What if one out of every three homicides in a year went unsolved. In that year 400,000 - 500,000 murders were committed. The number of murders that went unsolved were 133,334 - 166,667. Homicide is where one person kills another. It can be divided into many categories. Examples: murder, manslaughter, and euthanasia (Pointless killing of a patient). So why is homicide wrong? Homicide is wrong because it’s illegal, and causes laceration. Why do people commit murder? Revenge, jealousy, or even out of hate, the list goes on and on. Countless people will disagree, they say it’s to protect or help. The most common illustration is it’s illegal. Only one place has a murder free zone, Yellowstone. Through a legal loophole, Yellowstone was the only place where it is legal to commit manslaughter. Exodus 20:13 states “Thou shalt not…show more content…
The most common one is for money. Money and greed can “blind” the sight of people. It well make them go drastic measures, even murder. The worst part is a life is taken away. Which causes sadness/depression for family/really close friends. When someone loses somebody special, they would be mournful and/or distressed. Which can lead to depression or revenge, on the person who killed the one close to them. The revenge could be the slaughtering of people close to them, or kill them. This has a 50% chance of happening, it may or may not happen though. Another way is they’d forgive the person who did the dreaded thing. Matthew 5:21,22 - “You have heard that it was said to those of old ‘You shall not murder; and whoever murders will be liable to judgement.’ But I say to you that everyone who is angry with his brother will be liable to judgement; whoever insults his brother will be liable to the council; and whoever says, ‘You fool!’ will be liable to the hell of fire. So the best way is to just forgive the person who wronged
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