Ralph Voosen Trial

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Murder of Ralph Voosen On March 2nd at 1a.m., Officer J. Beach found a dead body lying on the ground. That person was identified as Ralph Voosen. He had a gunshot wound in his head and was surrounded by blood all over the floor. The time of death was estimated between 11p.m. and midnight on March 1. There was a note found in Mr. Voosen’s right pants pocket that read, “Meet me in your classroom at 11p.m. tonight. We need to talk.” I suspect that Brian Craig killed Mr. Voosen. I completed a blood analysis, DNA, handwriting, and footprint test to get to this conclusion. The first test was blood analysis. My results showed that the blood type found at the scene of the crime was A positive. The test also proved that Ralph Voosen and Brian …show more content…
I got to use two different shoe impressions that were found outside the school at the scene of the crime. Ms. Taylor’s shoe didn’t match because there are four rectangles on the sole of her shoe. Mr. Voosen’s and Mr. Mudd’s also didn’t match either impressions. Mr. Mudd’s has a big circle in the middle, and Mr. Voosen’s has rectangles around the border. Mr. Henry’s shoe sole matched one of the impressions because they both have a bunch of circles in the middle areas of the shoe. Mr. Craig’s match the other impression. It’s surrounded with triangles and there are arrow shapes in the middle. This evidence shows that both Mr. Craig and Mr. Henry were at the school on the day of the crime. I only think Mr. Craig killed Voosen because more evidence points to him and evidence points away from Mr. Henry. It was probably just a coincidence that Mr. Henry was at the school. I believe that Brain Craig killed Ralph Voosen. His blood is A positive just like the blood on the door handle. Also, his footprint was found outside the crime scene. I think that they met up that night for a whip-off. Mr. Craig whipped to hard and punched Voosen. Voosen probably was unconscious and Mr. Craig got so scared that he shot him and ran off. That would explain how blood got on the door handle. Mr. Craig’s hand started bleeding from hitting Voosen and the blood got on the door when he

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