he planted in theaters terminals libraries and offices Metesky planted at least

He planted in theaters terminals libraries and

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he planted in theaters, terminals, libraries, and offices Metesky planted at least 33 bombs, of which 22 exploded, injuring 15 people Basic details of the case The hu nt for the bomber enlisted an early use of offender profiling . He was apprehended based on clues given in letters he wrote to a newspaper. He was found legally insane and committed to a state mental hospital . Metesky’s “modus operandi” Modus operandi: pipe bombs Brussel’s predictions and how he arrived at them
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____________________________________________________________________________ Picking Cotton video I. Story A. Jennifer Thompson was sleeping in her off campus apartment when a man broke and entered her home and raped her. While he was raping her she tried studying his face so she could help the police find him if she survived. During a photo lineup she identified the perpetrator within 5 minutes. The guy was wrongly accused; guilty on all counts II. Ronald Cotton was wrongly convicted of rape A. Michelle one of the victims said that as she was being raped she was studying her rapist so she could remember what he looked like in order to send the man who broke into her house and raped her to jail B. She was a eyewitness testimony in the trial but as it turns out eyewitnesses can mistake an ID III. 10 years later after the 2 rapes on the same night in Burlington, Cotton’s lawyers tested a viable sperm cell found in Michelle’s (victim) rape kit to see if it matched Cotton’s DNA A. DNA was fairly new at the time of the OJ Simpson trial B. DNA helps exonerate the wrongly imprisoned C. Cotton was innocent, the real rapist was Bobby Poole IV. With this case, NC state had a reform in its witness testimony laws A. Show the lineup of potential suspects one at a time and say that one of them may be there or not at all ____________________________________________________________________________ False memories: Lost in a shopping mall video I. Memory is suggestive, subjective, and malleable II. Researchers conducted a study where one participant named Chris had to tell a story from his life but he didn’t know that the researchers also talked to his family about that event and wrote it down in a journal but a false memory of Chris getting lost at the mall was implanted. The researchers told Chris to tell them about what the experience of getting lost was like and he thought it was real and gave an account of that experience. ____________________________________________________________________________ Elizabeth Loftus speaking about memory distortion A. Rich false memory 1. Hilary Clinton when running for the presidential democratic nomination in 2008 said that when she went to visit Bosnia it was a war zone and that there was shots being fired and that the meeting had to be cancelled. This turned out to be untrue, the meeting did happen at the airport, there were children, and the meeting was peaceful. When confronted with the evidence she said she made a mistake and that she is human. Professor Elizabeth says that Hillary was not lying but instead had a false memory of that account.
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