Amidst accusations of evidence planting or tampering and conspiracy theories, a trial that lasted over a year only took jurors 24 hours to return a not guilty verdict on the murder charge. Several witnesses were brought forward and gave testimonies. One of the testimonies was that Simpson had purchased a knife that matched a description of the knife believed to have caused the fatal wounds in the murders. Some witnesses say they say Simpson in dark colored clothing, which also matched the description of the murderer. Some forensic evidence that was collected was ultimately dismissed due to a variety of reasons; a few of the key pieces of evidence are discussed below.
Although he stated that he was innocent, this was enough evidence for the jury to convict him of murder. As the years passed by in prison for Paul House, it wasn’t until 1999 that people started to come forward with new evidence that pointed at Carolyn Muncey’s husband as the one who was guilty or her murder. In 1999, Paul House lawyers were able to prove his innocence with DNA testing that proved that the semen found on the Carolyn Muncey was not his and that it belonged to her husband. Also, evidence that the blood stain found on his jeans, was mishandled and test results showed that the blood was put there after her autopsy. With the new investigation, they discovered that the tubes that contained Casey
Uguer Sperti 7 Honors psych America’s first documented serial killer Herman Webster Mudgett otherwise known as H. H. Holmes was America’s first documented serial killer. Holmes was estimated to have killed over 200 men and woman in his career. At an early age Holmes was exceedingly smart. Holmes took on an interest in medicine and human anatomy at a young age as well. During Holmes’s collage career he stole dead bodies from the school morgue and used them in various insurance scams.
The story of Emmett Till’s murder is not new to me for I have learned about it in middle school and high school. However, I don’t remember the details. I only remembered Emmett Till was killed by a few white men who were angry that Emmitt whistled at a white woman. I also remembered Emmett’s mother chose to have an open casket at his funeral. Watching the documentary I learned a lot of new information and relearned the information I forgotten.
He graduated from the University of Washington and went halfway through law school. Bundy was extremely clever about how he would lure his victims. He would ask them for help with putting furniture in his Volkswagen and ask them to get in his car. There is no exact number of women that he has killed but the estimate is at least forty. Bundy’s victims were pretty, with dark hair and always parted in the middle.
If ever he, too, went into the world, he would be given a last name. In the tank, before consciousness, he’d been educated by direct-to-brain data downloading. Once brought to life, he had continued to learn during sessions of drug-induced sleep.” (37) Conflict • New Orleans Mass Murder Case: The story revolves around a serial killer case in New Orleans where the victims turn up with missing body parts. Carson and her partner, Michael Madison, are the detectives on the case. The two find many bodies that have just had limbs and then they also found bodies with extra organs.
“Anatomy of a Murder” A. Summary- “Anatomy of a Murder” is about an attorney, Paul Biegler, who represents a man, Lieutenant Manion, who is charged with first degree murder for killing a man, Barney Quill, who allegedly raped his wife, Laura Manion. Paul Biegler use to be a district attorney, but after losing the re-election he began his own practice as a defense attorney. Biegler was not very busy until he began to defend Lieutenant Manion. On the very first occasion of meeting Laura Manion, she was very flirtatious with Biegler. As Biegler interviewed Lieutenant Manion in the county jail, Manion expressed that he was a 28 year old lieutenant who served in the Korean War.
One source states, “The evidence presented by prosecutors to accuse Casey Anthony as the murderer of her child was proved to be inadequate. From the "chloroform" internet searches to hair samples and the smell of decomposition from the trunk of Anthony's car, the prosecuting team found no luck in their presentation of evidence” . Prosecutors used evidence showing Casey Anthony was looking at things on google such as neck breaking and chloroform. This evidence is not strong enough to show there was chloroform used in the death of Caylee. Investigators went on to say the trunk of Casey Anthony’s car smelled of a decomposing body and chloroform.
The killer originated the name zodiac in a series of taunting letters sent to local bay area press. These letters include four symbols but from those four symbols only one has been definitely solved. He disclosed his motive of killings and also give various clues about his future murder plots. He took responsibility for murdering 37 people but police investigation confirmed only five dead. On October
Kevorkian allegedly only assisted in the patients’ deaths by attaching a device to them, in which the patients would press a button to finally end their life painlessly and on their own terms. Is this right? On March 26, 1999 Kevorkian was charged with second-degree murder and the delivery of a controlled substance, since he lost his medical license. Kevorkian went to his trial and disband his attorneys. After a two day trial the Michigan jury found Kevorkian guilty to second-degree murder and was charged with 10 to 25 years in prison.