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The FBI and Utah authorities sent a person to prison for a crime that they knew he did not commit. Make money answering questions about the case. ⏱⏱⏱
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Tribal Cash 9h
Question 6 Some more clues. What isn't quite right in the four images below?
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Tribal Cash 9h
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And it triples if you also use the subject of question 6 to demonstrate which FBI agents and police were almost certainly aware that Esar Met was not guilty, yet said nothing. Answer must be detailed and specific for full payment.
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Tribal Cash 10h
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Bounty doubles if you use the confession transcript to explain precisely why the officer committed perjury, and why no FBI agents and police said anything.
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Tribal Cash 10h
USDollar Question 7 A police officer, R.I.P., appears to have committed perjury during the trial. At a minimum, how many FBI agents and police knew that he was being untruthful?
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Tribal Cash Jul 6
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Question 6) Esar Met knew nothing about the crime, and his interviewers knew that. At each step they gave him some detail to further the confession. But they were sloppy. Which one of their mistakes is in the images below?
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Tribal Cash Jul 6
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Another free clue. Read these two pages carefully.
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Tribal Cash Jul 6
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Free clue. The FBI agent told Esar several times that there was blood on 'the wall'. He only used two words 'the wall' when he should have used three.
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Tribal Cash Jul 6
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Question 6) Esar Met knew nothing about the crime, and his interviewers knew that. At each step they gave him some detail to further the confession. But they were sloppy. Which one of their mistakes is in the images below?
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Tribal Cash Jul 6
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Almost everybody has lost patience with a child at some point and yelled at them or even hit them over a trivial issue. In this case the killer was trying to force a child to respect a tradition that had been enforced on him violently, so he believed he was obligated to be harsh
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Tribal Cash Jul 6
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Question 5, part 1) Only two translations have been done, and they conflict on certain points, but it appears Esar Met did not lock the door when he left. Yet a roommate says the door was locked when he arrived home.
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Tribal Cash Jul 6
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Question 5 part 2) If he locked the front door, but did not lock his room door, which might be possible based on the translations, why did he mention the unlocked door to interrogators? First complete answer pays $10.
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Tribal Cash Jul 6
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Question 5, part 1) Only two translations have been done, and they conflict on certain points, but it appears Esar Met did not lock the door when he left. Yet a roommate says the door was locked when he arrived home.
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Tribal Cash Jul 6
Replying to @Niceguy__05
It was a simple matter of a person losing patience with a child who talked back, who disrespected his 'authority'. There was no intent to kill, but once the child had been injured or killed then the rest of the crime, putting the body in Esar's shower, unfolded.
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Tribal Cash Jul 6
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Yes. Maung was a peer to Esar, so he was emulating an authority figure in the house who was stern about rules. Now a person can guess that the killer might have been one of the two older people in the house, one of the two brothers. You needed a clue, so $1 deducted. $9 sent.
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Tribal Cash Jul 6
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That's wrong, but I'll ignore it since your other answer was close.
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Tribal Cash Jul 6
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Tribal Cash Jul 6
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Here is a clue since you were not close to the answer. It reduces the bounty by $1.
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Tribal Cash Jul 6
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He is a Muslim, and that was a factor, but the question is looking for the initial motive. Why did the killer use an unusual level of violence? Why did the witness at the trial refer to it as a crime of power?
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Tribal Cash Jul 5
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Question 4) There is enough evidence to say with high certainty who the real killer was. What was his motive? First person that posts the correct answer wins.
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Tribal Cash Jul 5
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Question 4) There is enough evidence to say with high certainty who the real killer was. What was his motive? First person that posts the correct answer wins.
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