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Lessons learned from
A. Murder on a Sunday Morning
B. Paradise Lost 3
C. The Central Park 5
In the cases above, the police have been identified wanting their professional conduct. The
accused in the cases were judged without proper investigation conducted by the police. There is
no tangible evidence linking the accused to the crimes they have been accused of. The police in
a murder on Sunday morning have been accused of coercing a victim to confess a crime that he
did not commit. It is worth learning that the victim, in this case, is a teen whom his parents did
not accompany for clarity and openness. The young man was forced to sign a confession without
legal presentation, which he was entitled to.
Additionally, the witness could have identified the teen as the shooter simply because he
was prejudicial. The coincidence that he pointed at a young black American who passed by was
too good to be believed. The police should have done due diligence before concluding that he did
the crime. The descriptions of the shooter given earlier did not match the teen's appearance
identified by the witness; therefore, the police failed in their duty. From the movie paradise lost
3, we can learn that people can get accused wrongly and suffer injustice because of a shallow
investigation by the police. Through follow-up investigation, the Memphis three get an
opportunity to tell their story, which proves their innocence. We learn that the state had refused
to accept that it could have been wrong. Therefore, the accusers need to ascertain the facts
presented in court to avoid unfair trials.

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1 Students Name Affiliation Course title Due date 2 Lessons learned from A. Murder on a Sunday Morning B. Paradise Lost 3 C. The Central Park 5 In the cases above, the police have been identified wanting their professional conduct. The accused in the cases were judged without proper investigation conducted by the police. There is no tangible evidence linking the accused to the crimes they have been accused of. The police in a murder on Sunday morning have been accused of coercing a victim to confess a crime that he did not commit. It is worth learning that the victim, in this case, is a teen whom his parents did not accompany for clarity and openness. The young man was forced to sign a confession without legal presentation, which he was entitled to. Additionally, the witness could have identified the teen as the shooter simply because he was prejudicial. The coincidence that he pointed at a young black American who passed by was too good to be believed. The police should have done due diligence before concluding that he did the crime. The descriptions of the shooter given earlier did not match the teen's appearance identified by the witness; therefore, the police failed in their duty. From the movie paradise lost 3, we can learn that people can get accused wrongly and suffer injustice because of a shallow investigation by the police. Through follow-up investigation, the Memphis three get an opportunity to tell their story, which proves their innocence. We learn that the s ...
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