Argument Credibility

Argument Credibility - Hiccup Girl's Murder Defense: She...

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Hiccup Girl's Murder Defense: She has Tourette's, Says Lawyer A girl who gained very minor notoriety for being known as the "hiccup girl", dealing with uncontrollable hiccups on a daily basis for a period of time is accused of luring a man off of a social networking site only to rob him, which unfortunately lead to his murder after resisting. As far as what happened during this robbery, I have a hard time believing that she couldn't foresee the potential bad scenarios that could result from something as morally wrong as a robbery. I believe everything in our lives breaks down to decisions, regardless of whether she meant for this man to die or not, he did. She is just as guilty as her who accomplices, regardless if she didn't pull the trigger or not, her medical condition has nothing to do with her decision making. She wanted friends, chose the wrong people and was influenced to commit a horrible act on another human. Looking up information on Russell Goldman, the author of this article, I came across a
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2012 for the course CRT 205 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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