This meant that all the police could do was search the crime scene for any evidence that could be seen with the naked eye. No magnifying equipment was available to search for tiny clues. Clues were found at the crime scene. A bloody cloth was found at one of the victims' body, however this was useless to the police, as they could not analyse the blood on the cloth that could have made that catching the killer was possible. The note written on the wall could not have been fingerprinted for clues because this technology was not available.
In the movie, Dog Day Afternoon, there were many things that the police and the FBI did wrong. It seemed as if there was no manual to guide the police officers and the FBI through the hostage situation. Sonny and Sal never really thought about what they would do if they were to get caught. One of the first mistakes that officer Moretti made was when he called the bank to let Sonny know he was in there. I think that there never would have been a hostage situation if officer Moretti would have let Sonny and Sal think they were going to get away and grab them when they came out the bank.
Case 1: Murder Case The case was about a woman that was kidnapped then murdered. Investigation regarding a murdered woman who was kidnapped. The FBI, state police and local police found physical evidence in an initial investigation. PC that the victim’s husband had used was examined by investigators and found hidden computer-generated instructions and notes. The evidence found contained amendments and drafts of the of a phone call the victim’s husband received a ransom note, various other notes, and a particular plan to kidnap the victim.
He is now a computer security consultant, author, and an ethical hacker, who started a computer security company called “Mitnick Security Consulting, LLC” and getting paid by the companies for ethical hacking. He was first convicted at the age of 17, he and his two friends physically broke into Pacific Bell's COSMOS phone centre in Los Angeles in 1981, and stole passwords, including the passwords to the door locks at Pacific Bell central offices and some operating manuals for the COSMOS system. One of the gang member’s girlfriend leaked the information to the police, soon Kevin and his friends were arrested and he was sent to the Los Angeles Juvenile Detention Centre for three months, and was under one year probation. In 1983 he wasagain arrested for breaking into Pentagon computer over ARPANET at the University of Southern California from a computer in campus terminal room and he was send to prison to six months at California Youth Authority’s Karl Holton Training School, a juvenile prison. During 1987, he was charged of stealing software fromthe Santa Cruz Operation software company for which he was under probation for 36 months,Kevin’s fourth arrest was in 1987 and 1988 for attacking the Digital Equipment's Palo Alto research laboratory... ... middle of paper ... ...er decrypts using his private key causing a lot of damage to everyone involved.
Once a crime is committed and discovered, the task of investigating such crime now lies in the hands of law enforcement officials. Dissecting a crime scene and looking for clues and evidence that will lead to the apprehension of the perpetrator is of the utmost importance as a killer needs to be taken off the streets. Furthermore, the safety and well being of society is also at risk and in jeopardy. It is important to realize that serial killers are known to strike again after their first attack. Could it be that the perpetrator wants to experience the same rush and intense feeling of killing and causing pain on a person?
Besides, he has cabin fever. Vickers has been living alone for a while and does not remember how to interact with other people. Therefore, there is not enough evidence to prove that Vickers is a murderer based on his behavior at the beginning of the story. A second ironic part of the story occurs at the beginning when Vickers is determined to not let the boy into the box-stall for the first time. "He stood in front of the door, crouched down a little, the lantern in front of him like a shield" (194).
I think I'm beginning to understand why Boo Radley's stayed shut up in the house all this time... it's because he wants to stay inside” (304). Jem said this to Scout because he knows why he wants to stay inside. Having seen everything that has been going on in Maycomb Boo chooses to stay out of all of the evil and doesn’t harm anybody. When Boo see the kids being attacked by Bob Ewell he is the innocence that fights the evil and Boo kills him. Mr. Heck Tate tries to tell Atticus that Mr. Ewell fell on his knife and killed himself.
The dagger was normally hung above the altar in the chapel at night and removed in the morning. Carnacki was able to find out there was no unusual mystery behind the incident as many people believed it to be a supernatural force rather that someone was responsible for it. He noted that Sir Alfred Jarnock lives in the building near the chapel and he has always set the trap to protect his late wife’s jewelries and treasures. But, he had forgotten about the dagger and did not remove it in the morning. Based on that act, the dagger fell and hit the butler.
There are a lot of other issues that go into why someone decides to commit a mass murder, and so often these reason go unexplored. School shootings may be able to be prevented completely but there are steps that can be taken to ensure that the chances of it happening are low. School shootings are rare but they are also tragic. Schools are supposed to be a safe environment for children to learn, but in some cases they become a nightmare. Most people that commit school shootings are young students who lost their way.