Katie Eastburn

In May 1985, Kathryn “Katie” Eastburn and her two daughters, Kara, 5, and Erin, 3, were murdered in their home, on the outskirts of Fayetteville, N.C., near Fort Bragg. Police found Katie next to her bed, raped and murdered. Two of her three daughters were also stabbed to death, their throats cut.

Instructions

watch this YouTube video of the crime, making notes on your observations. Then you will assume the role of criminal investigator and, based on our studies this week, you are to write out your interrogation of the suspect in this case, Tim Hennis. In doing so, you can make the following assumptions:
This interrogation occurs after Hennis is arrested and charged through the military (the second time)
Hennis has been read his Miranda rights and has waived his rights (agreed to speak with you about the case)
Remember, in the second trial Hennis changes his story a little by claiming he and Katie had consensual sex, but he still maintains he didn’t kill her or her children. That being said, Hennis is not offering any information you don’t ask for, but freely answers any questions you ask him.

 

 

Sample Solution

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