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Argument Credibility Jurors found a man guilty of three homicides in the ’07 Connecticut household attack said today, Tuesday, November 9, 2010 that “serving on the case changed their lives,” according to the article and the video clip (CNN Wire Staff, 2010). The claims do not conflict with my personal observations because based on what the media and facts depicted to me, I, too believed that Steven Hayes warranted the death penalty for the murders. The background information states that Steven Hayes and Joshua Komisarjevsky attacked the Petit family on July 23, 2007, they beat and tied up Dr. William Petit, sexually assaulted and suffocated his wife, sexually abused one of their children, and set the home on fire and then they tried to flee (CNN
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Unformatted text preview: Wire Staff, 2010). The two children, who were tied to their beds, died of smoke inhalation. CNN is an American cable news network, created in 1980 by Ted Turner. CNN is maintained by the corporation Time Warner and the United States news network is a section of the Turner Broadcasting System. CNN gives a factual account, and shows no obvious signs of prejudice or bias toward the jurors for choosing the death penalty in this case. Source: Jurors: Serving in deadly home invasions case life-changing By the CNN Wire Staff November 9, 2010 http://www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/11/09/connecticut.home.invasion.jurors/index.html...
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