October 24, 2013 by

Execution and what “True” crime really is

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Well because my group is presenting this week we decided to split up the two reading and the one that I was going to do was Execution. I found so much information and video clips that would really add some sparkle to our presentation that I am really excited to present.

I think that there is no such thing as true crime because every person on the planet earth has told a lie or two in their time. I think that as a society we try really hard to uncover the truth behind things because it is human nature to be curious. Out of all the readings we have done their is always a different account of what happened by twenty differnet people. I think that we call it True Crime because it is whatever the author of the story wants us to think happened.

One Response to Execution and what “True” crime really is

  1. Jim Groom

    But what about this idea of true? Everyone tells a lie or two, but does that mean there is no truth? How do we understand this cocnept? I think it’s far more complicated than we have let on so far, and I think this idea of “twenty different people” seeing things twenty different ways is an interesting strand of thought here.

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