Upgrade to access all content for this subject
In chapter 3, Nels Gudmundsson repeatedly asks Art Moran for specific descriptions of how he and Abel recovered Carl Heine's body for the primary purpose of
detailing the ineptitude of the police department.
creating reasonable doubt with the jury about how Carl obtained the injury to his skull.
casting suspicion on Art Moran as the murderer.
describing the physical stature of Carl Heine.
suggesting to the jury that Carl Heine got tangled in his own fishing net.