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Theconfirmation given concerning Sally Thomas` case is sufficient toshow that an individual, most likely, a man killed her after 12 am.John Brown remains the primary suspect of this case. On the otherhand, it is apparent that there was a third man in this situation whoremains unknown.
Oneof the evidence shows that investigators found a towel from Sally’sbathroom. Skin cell tests from the towel produce a blended DNAprofile recovered a towel with blood matched to Sally. One profile,including half of the DNA test, matches to John Brown. An alternateprofile determined from the other half of the DNA example is from anobscure male A.
Investigatorsrecuperated a large knife reliable with having cut Sally`s throat inthe bedroom, on the side table next to the bed and away from thebedroom window. It is part of a set of knives, the rest of which arein Sally’s kitchen, which is situated on the other side of Sally’shome, separated from the bedroom by an approximately 15 foot walkthrough her dining room. Later analysis recovers a partialfingerprint from the knife handle, which matched to John Brown(Siegel, 2012).
Atthe point when investigators spoke with witnesses around grounds,they depicted John as a hothead, who does not appear to appreciatewomen, and who appeared to get to a high degree of irritation whenwomen did not react positively to his consideration. Some individualsdepicted John as appearing to be very nearly physical savagery whenhe did not get his route with women, and each of the three of John`sformer girlfriends at BSU told stories of him punching openings individers, or tossing furniture over the room throughout battles. Oneformer girlfriend, Beth, revealed to Detectives Smith and Jones thatJohn debilitated to slaughter her when she said a final farewell tohim and that she ran from his apartment instantly after that (Siegel,2012).
Bloodfollows matching to Sally were found in the restroom sink,recommending, maybe, that the guilty party washed blood from his orher hands, and skin cell tests from a hand towel in the lavatory withwhich one may dry their hands are produced into a blended DNAprofile. Sally`s DNA is available in the mixture (half of thespecimen), as is John`s (20% of the example), additionally a profilefrom an obscure male B (30% of the sample), who does not appear inCODIS (Siegel, 2012).
John`scontention was that he and his girlfriend had recently split up theWednesday before her demise. Meaning they were not in good terms, yetthat they had consented to eat at her home the night of her passing.However, it appeared that John had pushed the thought of the supper.John expressed that after supper, the night of Sally`s demise onething led to another and they engaged in sexual relations. Although,an investigation noted some genital trauma showing a possibleforceful intercourse, demonstrating that someone attempted to havesexual relations with Sally before conferring homicide.
Inthe forensic information, there is a third unnamed party in twoevents (Siegel, 2012). This makes John Brown by all account, not theonly suspect. Him arriving there at the night of the homicide, hisfingerprints being apparent on the blade that the killer used tohomicide Sally and to take long to demonstrate how his fingerprintsgot to the blade demonstrates that the circumstances do not supporthim. However, there is the likelihood that another person may haveutilized a condom to have sexual contact with Sally. This is becauseof the condom wrapper found under Sally`s bed. As a prosecutor, Iwould recommend further investigation to focus the time that thecondom wrapper was under Sally’s bed. On the off chance that it wasthere much sooner than the night of the incidence, then John tanremains blameworthy, yet in the event that it was dropped at thenight of the homicide, then different suspects must be searched.Hence, John remains innocent.
Siegel,L. J. (2012). Criminology.Belmont: Wadsworth/Cengage Learning.