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Xmas Party: The Perfect Murder


John Simkin
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I thought we could have another Xmas Party this year. Please contribute to existing threads or start new ones.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showforum=208

I have decided to add a "murder mystery puzzle" that are usually very popular at this time of year at parties. My one is original and comes from my research into the way witnesses were murdered following the assassination of JFK.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=8869

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I thought we could have another Xmas Party this year. Please contribute to existing threads or start new ones.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showforum=208

I have decided to add a "murder mystery puzzle" that are usually very popular at this time of year at parties. My one is original and comes from my research into the way witnesses were murdered following the assassination of JFK.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=8869

I got assigned a number of homicides where very highly eudcated folks thought they committed the perfect murder-most are in a MI prison for life, no parole. The perfect murder would be one that the wrong person was convinced of and it was smugly considered closed.

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I got assigned a number of homicides where very highly eudcated folks thought they committed the perfect murder-most are in a MI prison for life, no parole. The perfect murder would be one that the wrong person was convinced of and it was smugly considered closed.

I disagree. The perfect murder is where the authorities do not realise that a murder has been committed. I have posted the solution to my murder mystery. Do you think, given the evidence available, that you would have thought that Wallace was murdered?

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=8869

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I got assigned a number of homicides where very highly eudcated folks thought they committed the perfect murder-most are in a MI prison for life, no parole. The perfect murder would be one that the wrong person was convinced of and it was smugly considered closed.

I disagree. The perfect murder is where the authorities do not realise that a murder has been committed. I have posted the solution to my murder mystery. Do you think, given the evidence available, that you would have thought that Wallace was murdered?

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=8869

you're welcome to disagree, but if its not closed as a Homicide, there's always the potential for re-examination. A closed case is a whole other matter-haven't read it since real murders are rarely as tidy as those scenarios we imagine or create

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When I think of the term "the perfect murder" for me the implications are that someone was murdered and that the murderer so carefully planned that he or she was never apprehended. Simply got away with it.

The 60's assassinations JFK, MFK, RFK all the related witnesses' murders fall into this category.

Dawn

ps Happy birthday forum members and happy hollidays to all.

"Oh holy Night, the star was brighly shining.."

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