Hae Min Lee Case

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The murder case of Hae Min Lee is full of many holes and facts that don’t match up. That’s what makes the case intriguing, a person could take either side. Who is the real killer though? Adnan is rightfully innocent due to Jay’s testimony, the lack of evidence in Jay’s account, and contamination of evidence by the police in the investigation. Hae’s body was linked to the back of her car with no supporting physical evidence to Adnan, yet he was still accused. On January 13, 1999 Hae Min Lee was murdered and buried in the forest of a park named Leakin Park. Hae could have been murder by multiple people, but the jury decided to convict Adnan Syed, Hae’s ex boyfriend, as the murder. The case is so interesting that there is a whole podcast dedicated …show more content…
Hae managed wrestling with her friend, but Hae told her friend that she wasn’t going to be able to go to the meet. When Hae told her friend she wasn’t going to be able to attend the meet, it would have cut into the time of Hae being murdered. There was no way she was killed in the time frame that Jay gave. Three people had also said the same thing which proves this even more. It was also possible that the “come and get me” call from Adnan was at 3:15 PM. That messes with Jay’s testimony though. The “come and get me call” was in the call logs as 2:36 PM. In Jay’s testimony he says it was at 3:45, not until he left Jenn’s house. There was no incoming call around 3:45 PM in the call logs, Sarah concludes. If you look at the call logs, there was actually a call at 3:15 PM, which actually could have been the “come and get me, i’m at Best Buy” call. Was this information left out on purpose? Well, yes and no, Jay testified a specific order of events. He said that he called Jenn at 3:21, after leaving the park with Adnan. That’s only Jay’s half of the story though, Adnan never spoke about

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