4 February 2015
A crime, in most cases, requires a lot of analyzing to find suspects and evidence. Once both are clear and valid, you may then come to a conclusion based on what was figured out. Winston Peacock was found dead in his house on January 2nd by the local newspaper delivery girl named Jenny. She noticed something was wrong when he didn’t come out to greet her like he usually did every morning. Winston lived alone and many people in town thought Mr. Peacock had a hidden fortune inside his house. Some people think that Winston was murdered while others think that he committed suicide. I intend to prove Winston Peacock’s case as a homicide due to the evidence observed in the picture and the story Jenny gave to the police.
Everyone in town thought that Winston Peacock had a fortune hidden inside of his house. The motive that seems the most obvious is robbery. In the picture of the crime scene, we can see that he was interested in the stock market by the newspaper on his desk turned to the commodities section of the paper. People who are involved with stocks are usually wealthy so they can participate in them. Seeing the carpet all messed up, we can infer that the robber was trying to find a hidden compartment underneath where the money might be hidden. Peacock was murdered because it was easy to frame the murder as a suicide. Since there were no signs of forced entry, Winston would have had to have known who was in his house. The only way to enter is through the bolted door or the window on the side of his house. We can rule out the window because the police had to break it open in order to get inside. After whoever it was that killed him with the gun that they grabbed from the wall, they must have put it in his hands to make it look like he did that to himself. It is my opinion Mr. Winston did not kill himself because any person contemplating suicide usually exhibits signs of depression, neglect to...
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