The scientists now have looked at King Tut corpse to try to figure out if he died because he was murdered or from an injury. Scientists have been looking at King Tut body for years and one of the mysteries is that General Horemheb murdered King Tut. Horemheb was the deputy to the king when he was a young child to help guide him as Pharaoh (Did Horemheb Kill King Tut, 2012). It is said that as King Tut became older Horemheb was scared that the king would not listen to him and make his own decision regarding politics and religion (Did Horemheb Kill King Tut, 2012). Once Egypt used to be polytheistic which is the worship of many Gods and changed to monotheism the worship of one God when King Tut was ruling.
October 2, 2012 Case Brief Cupp v Murphy 412 U.S. 291 (1973) Facts: Daniel Murphy was convicted of murdering his wife in the second degree. After he found out of the murder he called the police and voluntarily submitted himself to questioning. In the middle of his questioning the police noticed a dark spot on his finger and they asked if they could get a sample and he refused. The police did not respect his wishes and they took the sample anyways of what was under his fingernail. They processed it and later found out there was traces of his wife’s nightgown, skin, and blood all from the deceased victim.
One theory is that King Tut was murdered. If he was murdered, the motive was most likely centered on greed or the changing environment Akhenaten (King Tut’s father) had created before his death. But who would kill the King? Some believe that a few of his servant may have just ending his life at the early age of 19. Just being Akhenaten’s son had to have been difficult for a young boy.
2) What was Crippen accused of? Why was he accused of this crime? Crippen was accused of poising his wife and slashing her to pieces and leaving only parts in the basement of their home. Dr. Crippen claimed that Cora had left him, then decided to tell her friends that she went to America, and a couple weeks later got sick and died. The friends called the police and told them what happened and that they had no proof
He was said to be too unfit to stand trial because of his mental state. He told police he dug up the women and killed the owner because he was in a haze. In 1968 Ed’s doctor determined he was insane enough to stand trial on November 14 1968 he went on trial for the murders. The trial lasted a week and he was found guilty of first degree murder by reason of insanity and spent the rest of his life in a mental hospital where he died of respiratory failure, cardiovascular disease. As awful as Ed Gein was, some look at him at as a hero.
Eddy was accused for being jack the ripper by Phillippe Jullien’s book in 1962. In 1970 Dr Stowell accused Eddy as he released an article basically saying he went insane as his Doctor, Gull, was treating him for syphilis. Montague Druitt was born in 1957 in Dorset and was said to be a doctor of a wealthy family who disappeared when the Miller’s Court murder took place and the body was found in the Thames on the 31st December several weeks after the estimated murder. He was to be sexually insane proved from his private information so his family and friends must have also believed it was him who committed the murders. This information shows that he could be easily be accused as Jack the Ripper.
Just yesterday, he had done another act which is hideous of mankind, taking revenge on Atticus Finch’s children, Jeremy Finch and Jean Louise Finch. Do we really need to sacrifice so much for this step? Tom Robinson who was charged guilty as recently been shot in his attempt to escape from prison and Jeremy Finch was injured with a broken arm as a result of Bob Ewell’s surprise attack. What is comforting might be the news of Bob Ewell’s death as he was pronounced dead by Mr Heck Tate, believed to have fallen on to his knife. However, this just adds on to the death toll brought along by the series of
In this periodical from the Time magazine written by Mark Thompson, he writes about the case of a U.S National Guard member, Matt Magdaz, who murdered his own family and then committed suicide. While this article does contain extensive details about the crime committed in 2007, Mark Thompson mentions the psychological effects of war on soldiers. He also writes about the "failure of the U.S military's safety procedures" that are responsible for the soldiers who suffer psychological effects due to their time spent in combat. This periodical, unlike
Last night on television I watched one of the most controversial documentaries I have ever seen. Peter Smedley with his wife as he prepares to leave the world in front of a national audience on T.V, to help influence the government to change the laws regarding assisted suicide. One of Peter’s close friends commented ‘He would have liked to die at home, in his bedroom.’ Legally, he couldn’t get help to die in England, he had to die in a foreign country. Peter Smedley suffered from Motor Neurone Disease where he would eventually end up suffocating. To avoid this, Peter chose to end his own life (with the assistance of Dignitas clinic) where he swallowed a fatal poison.