3.Who gets killed at the party? Alice’s body is found with a gun in her mouth with her hands wrapped around it, she has a gunshot wound to the head caused by the gun in her hand. The police ruled her death as a suicide due to the fact that there were no signs of foul play and only her fingerprints were found on the gun. 4.Who questions the detective on his desicions to rule it a suicide? Michael he one of Alice’s friends questions it because he knew her well enough to now she wasn’t depressed.
Robert William "Willie" Pickton (born October 26, 1949) of Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada is a former pig farmer and serial killer convicted of the second-degree murders of six women.  He is also charged in the deaths of an additional twenty women, many of them prostitutes and drug users from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. In December 2007 he was sentenced to life in prison, with no possibility of parole for 25 years —the longest sentence available under Canadian law for murder. During the trial's first day of jury evidence, January 22, 2007, the Crown stated he confessed to forty-nine murders to an undercover police officer posing as a cellmate. The Crown reported that Pickton told the officer that he wanted to kill another woman to make it an even 50, and that he was caught because he was "sloppy".
“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.
The trial of the case : “Gay panic” defence Aaron McKinney alleged that Shepard had made a pass at him was sufficient grounds to justify joining with friend Russell Henderson in savagely beating Shepard, clubbing him with a handgun, lashing him to a wooden fence and leaving him to die. McKinney’s attorney wanted the jury to accept that because McKinney has a homosexual encounter when he was younger and that he was under the influence of both drugs and alcohol when he alleges Shepard made a pass at him, that he was therefore not responsible for
According to various news reports Martin was dressed in a baggy grey sweatshirt, and had a bulge in the front pocket. Zimmerman had stated that he had shot Martin in self-defense, but on the other hand, neighbors had claimed that they heard the first gunshot as a warning fire, then they heard Martin plead for his life, then a second shot was fired, and finally saw Zimmerman stand above Martin’s body lying in the grass face down. He was right away held in trial but claimed not guilty until sixty-days later, when he was finally charged with second-degree murder. The shooting of Trayvon Martin had taken place not because Zimmerman was assaulted, but because Zimmerman had racial profiled Martin due to his age and appearance the night he was killed. The Trayvon Martin case is proof of the stereotyping and racial profiling of African Americans, which makes this case a prime example of a hate crime in present day.
He barely escaped with his life. “The Cheshire Murders” presents interviews with family members of the victims and the perpetrators. It also explores the death penalty and whether or not the local police could have acted sooner and prevented the deaths of the Petits. The Hartford Courant recently published calls from “law enforcement sources indicating that officers doubted the potential danger in the home and held off the SWAT teams. The police were allegedly on the scene for thirty minutes, all while the girls were being raped, killed and the house was being set ablaze”.
The killer send two identical letters to riverside police on nov29, 1166. The letters included a poem titled “the confession” which offered details of murder that only police and killer know. The letter also including a warning that she was not the first or the last of his victims. The case remain open in some jurisdiction but the san Francisco police department has designated it unsolved and inactive. The first murder on December 20, 1968 attributed to zodiac killer were the shooting of high school students David faraday and betty Lau Jensen on lake Herman road.
They asked this author to come to the office because they wanted to speak with her. When this author arrived she was placed on the telephone with the district attorney from where she used to live. The District Attorney proceeds to tell her that her old paramedic partner and fiancée has been murdered. That they did catch the perpetrators but they do know it was someone from the gang involved in the original shooting. The District Attorney then proceeds to tell this author that the gang stated “we murdered him because we couldn’t find her.
Some laws, such as the waiting periods, have led to people getting hurt or even murdered because they had to wait for approval before completing the purchase. “On March 5, 1991 Bonnie Elmasri called a firearms instructor, worried that her husband-who was subject to a restraining order to stay away from her-had been threatening her and her children. When she asked the instructor about getting a handgun, the instructor explained that Wisconsin has a 48-hour waiting period. Ms. Elmasri and her two children were murdered by her husband twenty-four hours later.” (Dissell) “Armed with a knife, Charles A. Grant, Jr., sexually assaulted a 33-year-old woman on a Virginia beach one Tuesday in 1991.
In 1967 Newton, one of the parties most influential members, was convicted of manslaughter for the shooting of Oakland Police officer John Frey, when Frey attempted to disarm and put down the Panthers Patrol. Shots were fired when backup arrived to assist the police officers. Officer Frey was shot four times and died within the hour, while three others were seriously wounded. However, in May of 1970, the California Appellate court overturned the conviction and demanded a new trial. After two mistrials the California Supreme Court released the case.