In the middle of the book they find out that somebody is a thief and that bombed Sunset Towers! Turtle gets blamed for the bombing but she knows who the real bomber is. When they get the time to say who the murderer of Sam Westing, all of them are wrong. In the end of the book Sandy, Turtle best friend dies of running out of medicine. Then find out that Sam Westing wasn’t murdered after all.
Jack felt he needed to get revenge on his daughter‘s killer. He had a strong intuition that George Harvey, a strange man who lived near the Salmons, was the one who murdered his daughter. George was careful to cover up any evidence, so Jack had nothing but gut feeling to accuse George Harvey. Then the police department decided to put the case to rest after about six months, after all leads were exhausted and there were no more clues. Jack Salmon just wished he could have protected his daughter Susie from being murdered, but now all he could do was try to get his revenge.
How it is Kept Secret: Despite being asked in virtually every interview she has ever given, Simon has never admitted who the song is about. In 2003, an auction was held on Martha's Vineyard where one of the lots was the chance to know just who "You're so Vain" was referring to. Dick Ebersol, president of NBC won with a bid of $50,000. To be fair, he's loaded, it was for a good cause and he was also given a private performance by Simon. The stipulation to Ebersol's winning bid was that he had to sign an agreement promising that he would never reveal the identity of the person to anyone, ensuring that no one who doesn't have $50,000 to spend on the answer to a trivia question will even know the truth.
Kennedy shot, but his death is still seen as controversial. Investigations have raked over all evidence given in original testimonies, all witnesses, and all possible coverage of the assassination. Everyone was shocked at the murder of such a great man, and the nation was weary to believe the government after seeing and hearing the controversial footage. The original death statement released from the U.S. government explained that Kennedy had been stuck at the back his head with a bullet. No witnesses saw a lurch forward from the fatal shot though.
Weeks into the investigation, police found out that Mr. Peterson was having an affair and had taken a $250,000 life insurance policy out on his wife. Mr. Peterson broke his virtual silence with several television interviews acknowledging the affair, but denying it had anything to do with his wife’s disappearance. He said they had a “glorious” marriage, and his wife knew about the affair and had made her peace with the relationship. Scott Peterson was born in San Diego in 1972. He was the youngest of five boys.
He finds the gang responsible for his brother’s death and beats them in a brutal battle; but meanwhile, he finds the bullet responsible for killing Jimmy. He is told that the type of bullet (a .48 long rifle) is only obtained by people working for the government. Dynamite confronts his former army and CIA partner, O’Leary, about the bullet. A few years before, O’Leary withdrawn Dynamite’s license to kill once he decided to leave the force; and ever since, O’Leary has been skeptical about sharing information with him. But this time O’Leary felt guilty.
Little did she know what that daddy dearest had survived the shot, almost bled to death but lived and soon recovered using a special drug without which his organs were failing, only to be killed by Phil Coulson once again, this time for real. If only she knew she did have a last name, Garrett. Daughter of John Garrett, former agent of S.H.I.E.LD and the main culprit of Hydra. The daughter Garrett thought he had lost twenty five years ago. It was S.H.I.E.L.D who took away her family, only in hopes to get rid of Hydra not knowing that Garrett survived and continued the project under the radar until he was brought to an end once and for all just recently.
Even though Michelle concocted the plan, it was Byrom Jr. who actually committed the murder. Byrom Jr. admitted to committing in several jailhouse letters and, according to court documents, in an interview with a court-appointed psychologist” (cnn.com). In one explicit confession letter to his mother, he detailed how he killed his father in rage after a fight. Because Byrom’s defense attorneys never had the confession letters entered in as evidence, a jury never heard any of Edward Byrom Jr.’s confessions. This meant that without the confessions, Michelle was going to be convicted of the murder.
J. Foster is particularly interesting as he takes the approach that these men did not murder Roger Whetmore and declares them to be innocent of any crime (Fuller, 1949). In May 4299 the five explorers found themselves trapped in a cave for thirty-two days with limited food and supplies. By the twentieth day starvation had begun to set and Roger Whetmore suggested that they murder and eat one of them to save the remaining four. Too determine who would die to save the rest they used a dice and the dice ultimately decided Roger Whetmore’s fate, the other four men killed and ate him to survive.
One of the most extreme example in this case, would be Gatsby himself. In the end of the story, when Gatsby is murdered, the proof of judgement is shown when only Nick arrives to his funeral. Dr. T.j Eckleburg's eyes hang over the life of the twenties, watching everyone who makes mistakes or maybe even, kills someone. If Eckleburg could have just spoken out in Gatsby’s behalf, when Tom lied to George Wilson about his affair or when Daisy never spoke up about driving, then the world that Fitzgerald created would still have the great Gatsby that was as hopeful as anyone could be. Eckleburg knows the truth, and he sees it all.