Crippen Case

May 11th, 2015
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1) Why was the Crippen case important? The Crippen case was so important because it was one of the first cases to use in most of the forensic science to prove Crippen was guilty. 2) What was Crippen accused of? Why was he accused of this crime? Dr. Harvey Crippen was accused of the murdering Cora(his wife). He was accused of this crime because his wife disappeared is a short time and that is suddenly and his secretary moved into his house afterwards, causing a great deal of gossip.

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Lab question1) Why was the Crippen case important?The Crippen case was so important because it was one of the first cases to use in most of theforensic science to prove Crippen was guilty.2) What was Crippen accused of? Why was he accused of this crime?Dr. Harvey Crippen was accused of the murdering Cora(his wife). He was accused of this crimebecause his wife disappeared is a short time and that is suddenly and his secretary moved intohis house afterwards, causing a great deal of gossip.3) Why do you think people were so interested in Crippen's case?I think people get so interested in

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