Woodland High School's Murder Case Study

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Let’s Get Serial: The Unsolved Story of Woodland High School’s Murder Back in 1999, on January 13th right after school lets out in Baltimore city, Hae Min Lee’s life is taken from her. The holes and unanswered questions in her case make it intriguing, and confusing to answer who did it? Adnan Syed, Hae’s ex-boyfriend is the one they ultimately end up turning to as the perpetrator of the crime. Adnan has sentenced a life penalty for the felony. Even though there could be a refute with the evidence saying Adnan was guilty, there is too little to make a strong case with no question or hard evidence counteracting why he is innocent. There are crossroads with the Jay Wilds- a friend of Adnan 's at the time hearing, along with the cellphone records. “Jay 's story wasn 't just the foundation of the state 's case against Adnan. It was the state 's case against Adnan”(Sarah Kenick). Adnan Syed was wrongfully convicted due to unsettled answers and evidence in the hearings of Jay Wilds and contradicting cellphone records. Adnan has more evidence showing he is not guilty compared to him actually being guilty starting with Jay’s story of that day and the events leading up the altering future for Hae and everyone who knew her. Often through…show more content…
Jay Wilders played his case well enough that he was not put in prison, but Adnan couldn’t say the same. Adnan must have been one unlucky of a person. It does seem in some parts of the case Adnan did some pretty strange things. Jay’s constant changing of his story should have been taken into consideration a little more though. There is a lot of “what if” or “maybe this happened” on the story that makes a difficult end result of figuring out who actually did the murder. Adnan Syed was wrongfully convicted due to unsettled answers, and evidence in the hearings of Jay Wilds and contradicting cellphone
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