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    Murder Is Murder Wrong

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    Although the idea of murder may seem unjust to us, some societies believe murder is an acceptable behavior. Professor of Philosophy, James Rachels, states that “morality differs from one culture to another.”This concept is widely known as Cultural Relativism. Even though murder is a controversial topic around the world; I truly believe murder is wrong no matter what because of society’s moral code, sixth commandants, and desire for survival. Murder is considered one of the most serious criminal offenses in the moral code of our society. It is defined as the taking of a human life. Our society taught us that the concept of murder is very unjust; you should not be allowed to take a human life. We place great value on human life. For instance, ask fifty people in our society if they think whether murder right or wrong. It is fair to say that everyone will say “wrong” due to the moral code of our society. People in America realized that murder is unlawful and that they could get sent to prison for committing such a crime. However, cultural relativism claims that society determines whether murder is right or wrong. For example, the Aztec civilization believed murder was ok because they were honoring god with human…

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    considered murder.The state and national laws makes it hard to join specific definitions to words that speak to the several types of manslaughter. What takes after is a general action of these terms. In the case of murder the definition states the deliberate and illegal killing of a human being.US law recognizes "first degree" and "second degree" murder. What institutes these degrees ,varies from state to state. First Degree Murder: a murder that, because of the statuses surrounding it, deserves…

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    Murder Psychology

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    experienced by those who commit murders and explores the ways by which further research efforts will be committed in order to understand these factors more. Research that has been taken on these psychological and social factors faced by those guilty of murder, and has also gone through psychiatric analyses. This allows their conditions to be further studied and providing an understanding to their behavior. It is made evident that for majority of mass murderers, there are various reasons as to…

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    Murder In Milwaukee

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    Murder in Milwaukee Milwaukee has the tenth highest homicide of any of America's City. The second highest in the murder rate in the Midwest tailing Detroit. The murder rate has increased 19.67% since 2007 to 2017. So out of 100,000 people 25 are likely to die. There were 124 homicides in 2007 and there were 151 homicides in 2017 in Milwaukee . Now in 2018 there is a total of 34,133 annually and a crime rate of 57.36 per 1,000 residents. Milwaukee is now four percent safer than all the…

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    Raskolnikov Murder

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    Murder in Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment are a somewhat confusing topic. On one hand, murder is a moral transgression for Raskolnikov. But he seemingly justifies it if it for the benefit of humanity. A rather unclear picture is painted by Dostoevsky as he condemns and redeems Raskolnikov’s actions throughout the book. Raskolnikov himself is a man of contradictions and likewise be seen justifying his actions and at the same time being doubtful of his nobility. I personally think that this is…

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    Anatomy Of Murder

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    Anatomy of a Murder: An Analysis The 1959 movie version of the book, “Anatomy of a Murder”, which was written in 1958, depicts the trial of Army Lieutenant Frederick Manion, who is accused of murder in the death of a local barkeep. There is no question as to whether Manion shot and killed the bartender, as the shooting and death occurred inside the bar in full view of eye-witnesses and Manion does not deny killing him. From the beginning, the answer to “Who, What, When, Where, How and Why” not…

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    Abortion Is Murder

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    “Murder for the sake of convenience,” that is what abortion is. American citizens in this country are demanding that women have the right for “healthcare.” This “healthcare” we are fighting for is abortion, literally translated, the deliberate termination of a human pregnancy. It is horrendous that we are screaming for women to have the right to murder their children! One reason people use to justify their action is that the fetus is just a blob of tissue that is not a human until a certain…

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    Otzi Murder

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    And according to an article called World's Oldest Murder Mystery: Scientists Finally Track Down Iceman Otzi's Killer from the United Kingdom, Otzi was murdered when the arrow shot into his body. He also had blunt force trauma to the head, which probably finished the job. They left his copper axe and took out the arrowhead, which meant he didn't want to be convicted of murder and perhaps executed, which also meant he knew Otzi reinforcing the theory about the murderer being his brother, who…

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    Murder Monologue

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    As if the world around me had fallen at once I stood there hearing the words that came out of the woman that stood before me as if she was looking down the barrel of a shotgun. I can’t keep but hearing the words “he” ... “killed” ...” her” on repeat in my mind like a cd stuck on replay, each and every one shooting at me in my head at all hours of the night, telling me that this can’t be true, there has to be some other explanation as to why someone would do that to my dear Helen. There was…

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    When Sheriff Tate chose to say that Bob Ewell fell on his own knife it was the right decision to make. Boo saved the children from being murdered by Bob Ewell. Mr. Ewell was out to seek revenge because Atticus defended Tom Robinson. Mr. Ewell and his daughter lied and put an innocent man behind bars just because they needed someone to blame. He ended up causing an innocent man´s life to end. Yes, Sheriff Tate lied, but it was to protect an innocent man. Boo Radley was an extremely shy person…

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