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    Essay On Trace Evidence

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    Charles Lindbergh Jr is the son of the famous aviator Charles Lindbergh that flew from New York to Le Bourget air field in Paris the next day. When Charles Lindbergh Jr was kidnapped a ransom note was sent to the Lindbergh’s requesting 50,000 dollars for the safe return of their son. The Lindbergh’s went against the kidnapper and contacted the police which increased the ransom to 70,000 dollars. The ransom was paid but Lindbergh Jr was never returned, until sometime later the twenty month olds body was found. The police confronted the suspect, which name was Bruno Hauptmann. After the search of his house 14,000 dollars was found in his garage claiming that it was a friends large sum of money he was holding for them. Further research proved that his handwriting matched that to the ransom note, and trace wood fibers were found that matched up to the ladder that was made to take the twenty month old from his home. Bruno Hauptman was later executed in 1936 by electrocution. Trace Evidence can be the key information to solving a crime from murder to kidnapping all the way to burglaries. Most criminals when committing a crime are worried about physical evidence, but a lot of criminals forget about trace evidence which ultimately results in their apprehension. Trace Evidence can sometimes not always be found on some surfaces. From a study done on Developing Latent Fingerprints on Firearm Evidence it shows statistics were taken from a Minneapolis police department in a…

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    there was a lot of media on this case. The police had zeroed in on a suspect and had sufficient circumstantial evidence to arrest Bruno Richard Hauptman. According to Linder (2005), he was arrested and in January of 1935 he stood in front of Judge Thomas Trenchard. The prosecutors began the trial with a summary of how Hauptman conducted the crime. This is where they believe he went down the ladder with the child and the ladder collapsed killing the baby instantaneously. The prosecution called…

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    Lindbergh identified the body as that of their missing child. Two years following the crime, one of the ransom bills was used to purchase gasoline and the police apprehended Bruno Richard Hauptmann. The trial began on January 2, 1935 and ended with the execution of Bruno Richard Hauptmann on April 3, 1936. As a result of the Lindbergh kidnapping, Congress passed the Federal Kidnapping Law, influencing the Federal…

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    Havvard Case Study

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    In 1998, Havvard was taken into police custody once again from his grandmother’s house. At the time, it had been suspected that he had been residing with the woman for a while and that was the reason why the officers went there to locate him. They knocked on the door and requested that Havvard reveal himself to them, but he refused to do so. When he didn’t appear as soon as they asked him to, the police officers began to search the home in the hope that they could still find him there. The…

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    The Mystery Surrounding the Lindbergh Kidnapping Every 40 seconds child is abducted in the U.S. March 1st, 1932 Charles Lindbergh Jr. was taken from his home without anything but a ransom letter left behind. Attracting the attention of even Al Capone who, while in prison, offered his help in exchange for a sentence reduction. This kidnapping has gone down in history as one of the most monumental investigations in the U.S, this case had gotten so much publicity then a law had been named after…

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    Lindbergh Baby: Overview- The 20 month year old baby was kidnapped in the baby's own home. They used the window and then left a ransom letter behind. The abductor got their money and said the baby was with two women but the baby was actually dead. A truck driver found the baby in the woods dead one day. Document examination- There was multiple different ransom notes sent to the parents saying to send the money for the baby. Officer Osborn carefully examined the notes for a while to try and link…

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    The book, acting in an uncertain world: an essay on technical democracy examines the limits of liberal and deliberative democracies with growing technological society and also proposes solutions for the uncertainties prevailing because of them. Michel Callon, one of the authors is a main scholarly driving force of the book. He is well reputed French Sociologist and friend and colleague of Bruno Latour, but inclined toward more applied and less abstract approach than him. It mainly focuses on the…

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    Snow White Patriarchy

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    Even though it ends in matricide in several versions, societal roles and conduct are introduced in “Snow White” through character interactions. “Snow White” and its variants serve as models for young women, despite their historical basis. As argued by Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar, as well as Bruno Bettelheim, stereotypes and societal roles are ingrained in this fairy tale, providing its audience with a general idea of how women are viewed in society. Two variants act as critiques of the…

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    Fairy Tales Analysis

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    novels. They were a fun way to hear about the mighty knight defeating the dragon to meet the gorgeous princess who was so cruelly locked away. With the thought of telling fairy tales were only for children, film industries are transforming the fairy tale into a realm away from children. While watching these fairy tales transformed into new exciting outlooks the question arise; why do we continue to tell fairy tales? Fairy tales continue to be told because they are entertainment, lessons to be…

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    Bruno Bettelheim, a therapist and instructor, delves into the psychological thought process of children while they are edified due to fairy tales. Without fairy tales, children are robbed of what they could gain from literature. By Bettelheim’s standards within “The Struggle for Meaning,” children are entitled to a deeper meaning of literature. Fairy tales captivate children’s creative thought process to unconsciously guide them morally. This is done by letting children not choose between good…

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