Somebody they knew that would trust them and only if they had a perfect opportunity. When that opportunity arose it was Robert Franks a boy who knew the two men and even had been to the Loeb house to play tennis became the selected victim while walking home alone that day.This case from any other once the media found how wealthy the primary suspects were. These two young boys were caught and confessed within days. The real significance to the case was the plea.. Guilty. Not only did they admit the murder and plead guilty but they decided to go straight to the judge and have no jury.
Len Fenerman, he is important character in the book because he is the lead detective on Susie’s murder case and he believes that he will find the murderer. Since Susie’s mother having hard time, he understanding her feelings, after that he eventually begins an affair with her. Besides that, at the end he fails to arrest Susie’s killer and it makes him having guilt of his decisions. There are more missing people in the movie, also incident of how Susie murdered was different. In the book, she raped and then murdered.
This secret eventually came out on the day that they murdered their parents in cold blood. The brothers shot their parents in their own home, like professional hit men. Aside from this trial, there have been many other cases showing conflicting ideas between jurors. In the play Twelve Angry Men, written by Reginald Rose, he portrays the modern-day problems with the justice system. Through researching this case and reading the play, Twelve Angry Men, one can infer that the jurors from this play would hav/e great difficulty in coming to a verdict in the Menendez Trial.
The investigators came up with the information that Sean had placed the gun inside his mouth and killed himself. Due to the high stress that Sean’s co-workers and therapist had experienced him in due to the current homicide investigation, the case was closed and it was ruled a suicide. Jack investigated his brothers death and the further he got into the case the more clues he found suggesting foul play. The final line written on the inside of the windshield by Sean McEvoy was ‘Out of Space out of Time.’ Jack linked the epitaph with the final entry in the chronological record of the case his brother was working on which read simply that he’d received a call from an unknown source and then: RUSHER was written. The connection was made by McEvoy to a similar suicide case in Chicago where a detective’s last words written on a pad were ‘Through the pale door’ taken from an Edgar Allen Poe story titled “The Fall of the House of Usher” in which the main character is Rodrick Usher.
Next, fear joins the audience during the scenes which involves Macbeth and the murderers. Fear is given to the audience when it is evident Macbeth has turned into a cold blooded killer, who is unpredictable and easily influenced: “It is concluded. Banquo, thy soul’s flight, If it find heaven, must find it out tonight” (III.i.146,147). At this point, it is evident Macbeth will murder Banquo. This creates a vast amount of fear within the audience, because they can foresee Macbeth’s downfall as he turns into a murderer and will commit more until he is ultimately killed.
The grief that Matt had felt from his brother’s death turned into anger and he became a murderer himself so people would feel the pain his brother felt all those years ago. To Matt, murder is a skill; the murderer is required to be alert as well as vigilant for those who may seek to discover their true identity. To be a murderer, you need to be experienced in order to avoid suspicion from others; the means in which you kill someone need to be crafted with great complexity if you are to be successful. Matt was no longer this detective that everyone thought he was; he had the identity of a cold blooded murderer.
Mrs Elsie Cubitt’s is an enigma there is not much we know about her as a character, her past is a secret and it was written that way to draw the readers in and keep them reading. She is the daughter of the Chicago gangster Old Patrick. Old Patrick came up with the Dancing men code. The code is being used by Abe Slaney, Elsie’s ex-boyfriend and who is a part of the same gang that Elsie has run from, is the one using the code to stalk and threaten her. Abe is also the one who killed her husband, but only to clear Elsie of the suspicion of committing murder suicide.
They are said to have been “directly responsible for knowingly permitting a psychopath serial killer to remain free until he was finally forced to leave the country in 1950” (Hodel 321). Hodel remained a free man for several years after the murder. The evidence was too apparent to all of the world making it hard to say stay safe forever. Forced to leave the country, Hodel would no longer be able to be convicted of a crime. He was out of the Los Angeles Police Department’s hands, which made it much more peaceful to the public to not have a doctor who is a murderer running around town.
The characters in the play trifles all played a significant role in helping to describe the plot and the theme to this story. The plot was to find the motive for the murder. The theme is some time things as small as they are can mean so much more. George Henderson who is the young county attorney that wants to know what happened in the home of John Wright the deceased. However he believes Mrs. Wright is responsible for the death of Mr. Wright but he needs evidence he needs the motive of why Mrs. Wright would kill her husband.
When he realizes that his wife Ruth is becoming ill, he begins to think of killing his son's murderer. His eldest son has already expressed the desire for revenge, saying, "I should kill him" (1123). Ruth is forced to see the murderer on a near daily basis, which is "killing her” (1124). This cannot only be a revenge killing, else he would have been planning the killing far before Ruth became ill. Matt desperately wants to protect his family. Yet throughout the children's young life, he has forced himself to maintain control, "relief was his only acknowledgement of his fear" (1128), and allow his children some space.