The film Gone Baby Gone raises many deep moral questions surrounding our morality and our ability to make decisions based on ethics. The film, directed by Ben Affleck, centers around the investigation led by the police and two private investigators looking for an abducted girl. The girl’s family is distressed, although their ability to take care of the girl is questionable. It is made obvious that her mother has addictions to various drugs, and that her and her boyfriend owe money to a drug lord. We learn the backstory of a head of police; his daughter was also abducted and killed many years ago.
Using my detective reasoning and the evidence found at the scene of the crime, I have deducted that the suspects Louise Hume and Gary Adams are indeed the culprits of this murder. My educated guess is that Louise Hume is the murderer and that Gary Adams served as an accomplice. The couple claim that Gary and Clark were hanging out at 10pm drinking and that Louise Hume arrived at 12.30am to find Gary and Clark arguing, Clark then supposedly pulls a knife on Louise but Gary tries to stop him and in the scuffle stabs Clark in self-defense, Gary then tried to drag Clark towards the road to help flag down a motorist to help. Many elements of their story don’t add up, they said that Clark and Gary were drinking at 10pm and that when Louise arrived they were already arguing, even though there was 3 chairs found at the scene, a discarded lipstick container and an empty tequila bottle with lipstick and DNA belonging to Louise Hume on it, the guys would have already finished drinking the bottle before 12.30am and they also said that Gary and Clark were already arguing by the time that Louise arrived and that was when he drew a
Sirus is Kat's father who is the care taker of the vampire camp. We end up learning that Sirus is also the head vampire of the local vampire hive. Plot The first part of the story is Joss desperately trying to find out whom or what has murdered his younger sister Cecile. While at his sisters funeral he meets his uncle who talks him into going with him to a camp to learn how to kill vampires. Joss meets his first trainer Malek he learns a lot from him till the local hive of vampires murders Malek.
After the murder, Neff begins to care about what might happen to Lola, Mr.Dietrichson’s daughter, both of whose parents have been murdered. Neff is also worried about Keyes, the determined manager of the claims office, whom we later discover he is confessing to on the Dictaphone. Later, in a confrontation between Phyllis and Walter, she shoots him in the chest, but he has the strength to shoot and kill her. Neff goes back to the office, wounded and confesses what happened through the Dictaphone. In the majority of noir films, the femme fatale remains committed to her independence, rarely allowing herself to be converted by the hero or captured by the police (Blaser).
(4) Staging an accident is Insurance Fraud, a third degree felony punishable by a maximum of seven years imprisonment. (5) And working with others to stage an accident is Conspiracy to Commit Insurance Fraud, an equally serious crime. (6) DiLacqua had turned two traffic offenses into four crimes, two of them felonies. Because the reported accident involved a Police Department vehicle, the dispatcher had to notify the Department's Accident Investigation Division (AID). Two AID investigators soon arrived and DiLacqua told them the story he had prepared, with Brady and the two officers standing by.
The main suspect of the case was the wife of the assassinated Mr. John. Mrs. Minnie Wright was kept in county jail while the investigators searched for clues or evidence that lead to the murder. The two groups which were separated, and consisted of two pairs of men and woman continued with their search, until the two women searched for another kind of evidence which not only included physical evidence, also psychological
Thomas Greco-Zank Detective Alex Cross and Bree Stone's wedding plans are put on hold when Alex is called to the scene of the perfectly executed assassination of two of Washington DC's most corrupt: a dirty congressman and an underhanded lobbyist. Next, the elusive gunman begins picking off other crooked insiders, sparking a blaze of theories - is the marksman a hero or a vigilante? The case explodes, and the FBI assigns Agent Max Siegel to the investigation. As Alex and Siegel battle over jurisdiction, the murders still continue. It becomes evident that the killings are the work of a professional who has detailed knowledge of his victims' movements - information that only a Washington insider could possess.
Deppen had pleaded guilty in court. "Deppen had motioned, through his attorney, that a woman who had contacted police about his plan to kill the victim had coerced him." Says Lancaster’s Online Newspaper. Deppen, had followed her commute to work daily, and stalked her to store in the nearby areas of her home. His ex-fiancée wasn’t sure as of how he knew where she was until she spotted a device underneath her vehicle.
Someone caught a glimpse him and the cars emptied out in front of him. Frank's body was riddled with bullets in a matter of seconds.The police called it self defense, since Frank, seeing the police coming at him with guns out, had drawn his own revolver, so the police never got in any trouble. Al was enraged and escalated the violence by kidnapping officials and stealing ballot boxes. One official was murdered. When it was all over, Capone had won his victory for Cicero, but at a price that would haunt him for the rest of his life.