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Blind Boy Grunt
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Why Does There Have To Be A "Motive" For Murder?


Of any Variety: Serial, Mass, Lone . . .
What is the purpose of establishing it?







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I Love Bama
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re: Why Does There Have To Be A "Motive" For Murder?


Um because there is usually a reason behind every action.







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Tittle'sPants
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re: Why Does There Have To Be A "Motive" For Murder?


To establish guilt.

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Blind Boy Grunt
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re: Why Does There Have To Be A "Motive" For Murder?


But what does it Resolve?





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Dorothy
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re: Why Does There Have To Be A "Motive" For Murder?


Everyone wants to know "Why?"--see the title of your thread. They want to know

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What is the purpose


...of things. Some of it is natural curiosity (like the way people like to gossip), some maybe to help people deal with the death, some maybe so that we might be able to keep it from happening again.






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Blind Boy Grunt
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re: Why Does There Have To Be A "Motive" For Murder?


But isn't "Guilt" the Crime itself?





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Btrtigerfan
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re: Why Does There Have To Be A "Motive" For Murder?


You have to prove intent. Otherwise, it's an accident, or negligence.





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Blind Boy Grunt
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re: Why Does There Have To Be A "Motive" For Murder?


Is that "Motive"?
And why is important, to the Outcome?






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TH03
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re: Why Does There Have To Be A "Motive" For Murder?


why are people so dumb?





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skidry
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re: Why Does There Have To Be A "Motive" For Murder?


People are typically lazy, they don't do anything without a reason.





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Kafka
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re: Why Does There Have To Be A "Motive" For Murder?


there are degrees of homicide

motive helps establish degree






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Blind Boy Grunt
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re: Why Does There Have To Be A "Motive" For Murder?


Murder is a part of Homicide; Homicide does not necessarily have to be Murder.





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