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    I, the coroner Imran Hassan was on duty and performed the examination on Mark Smith. The first thing I noticed was that Mark's body was covered with blood. This indicates that Mark bled to death. There are seven stabs. Three in his back, two in his stomach and one in his neck and one in the chest. The victim is about 21 years old. The two stabs in his neck show that the person who stabbed him was taller and stronger. The knife that was used fractured his neck bone and this shows that the killer used force and must have been stronger. The stabs in his back did not go all the way through like it did on his neck but in some stabs, they were repeated. There was more blood on the repeated stabs which is another evidence of repeated stabbing. The victim's stabs seem to indicate that he was murdered because most of the stabs are located in his back and neck. Mark did not only die because of loss of blood. He also died because of the stab on his chest. After examining Mark Smith’s body, I come to a conclusion that he was indeed murdered. He was a healthy 21-year-old. Most of the tests came out negative and did not have any health issues. The cause of his death was the stabs especially the ones in his chest which is one that put him in critical condition. The stab in his chest damaged his right lung which led to him losing his breath and loss of…

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    The slender man stabbing is a violent crime committed as a result of an internet myth. The slender man was a fictitious character made ‘real’ by numerous details published in online communities. The character, sometimes referred to as Slender, is a faceless, lean and tall personality with child abduction behavior. He has a suit and tentacles growing upon his back. He is also able to read people’s minds and teleport to various places a quality that makes him available anywhere at any given time.…

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    Amanda Knox Case

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    “Knox confessed that she was in the house on the night of the murder and that she heard Miss Kercher scream”(Squires 1.) She was tried and acquitted twice, and then there was a movie made about her. Amanda Knox was accused for violently murdering her roommate in Italy in 2007. After years of being tried and acquitted, Amanda was finally released, and is now living freely with no charge. In the 2007 controversial court case of Amanda Knox, the innocent verdict incorrectly acquitted the suspect…

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    That is a scene from the movie wolf creek. It is based on the murders committed by Ivan Milat with that scene in particular being inspired by the paralysing spinal wounds that each of his victims were found with. Milat is serving 7 consecutive life sentences at the Goulbourn Supermax prison, for the torture and murder of 7 backpackers found in the Belangalo state forest between 1992 and 1993. Since Milat went to prison he hasn’t been any better behaved. He has attempted to escape but failed as…

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    “Don 't you dare come any closer!” said a corpulent man, holding a broken piece of glass that was on the floor. Adam Corcuera and Steven Blackwell were the first paramedics to the KFC and were trying to tend to the stab victim on the floor but this bellicose individual would not let them. So the paramedics had no choice but to wait for the police to show up. While they were waiting Adam was staring at the stab victim and knew he only had minutes to live if he did not get immediate medical…

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    Teenagers typically go through the rebellious phase growing up. This tends to involve discovering who you are, use of drugs and alcohol, taking stupid risks, a knack for adventure and a desire for independence (Psychology Today). Kirstin Lobato fitted into that category. She grew up in Panaca, Nevada, a very small populated town of approximately 700 people. Most of the people in Panaca were strict Mormons, and that caused her to stand out, making it hard for her to fit in. At the age of 15,…

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    ”What are we going to do to when we get there,”JJ says as they entered the dark eerie forest, I found a creepy cabin in the middle of the forest, watch out there could be the landlady,”. As we entered the forest to the meadow we could see the cabin through the the thick raspberry bushes,then JJ stopped. “Is that the cabin?.he asks “Yeah”, it's really shoddy,it definitely looks like nobody is living there all the stairs going up to the cabin are broken.as We walked up to the cabins broken steps…

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    At the beginning of the article it talks about the girls before the crime then it leads into the stabbing. This would make since except for the fact that aimlessly, random details about the three girls are throw into the article causing it very had to follow the story line. Then, the article dramatically jumps to a year later, but still talks about details from the day of the stabbing and events even before the Slenderman stabbing. Why not just tell all this information in chronological order?…

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    Trench Knife History

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    forced to craft a knife to win a war, but that was the true nature of the first word war. The Enemy The Germans were actually the first to really take the need for a combat knife seriously. They issued their trench knife in more numbers than the French and Americans, but their knife was designed for both fighting and for utility purposes. The French, British, and Americans issued knives during the war, the Germans came to the war with knives. The German Nahkampfmesser knife was a simple…

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    Presenting Problem: Pt is a 12 y/o Caucasian female presented at NNBHC accompanied with her father due to her school psychologist wanted her to get an evaluation for increase aggressive behaviors in the school setting. Pt states that she was in the ISS room today with a teacher who made a rude comment towards her. She states she immediately became irritated and stated “Go to Hell” and threw a chair in her direction. Pt states that she has been having a difficulty controlling her anger…

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