Jay worked at a porn store which was brought up repeatedly at the trial. The body was on her right side. Dustin is the founder and co-owner of Pajiba. In the end, this series has left me wondering how many other cases are just like this and how flawed the justice system can be. S2: Evaluating the credibility and usefulness of a source. I promised I did a search on this Sub, but couldn't find it, so I'm opening this.
You may want to jot down each event that influences a change. He tells them what happened on January 13th. If Hae could have been killed at a different time than originally thought, why is her boyfriend still not a suspect? S3: Reading and comprehending a range of texts and media written for various audiences and purposes to gather in an Annotated Bibliography. But this podcast was always about the value of asking the questions and the verdict is in: there is a place in pop culture for good journalists armed with resources and will. If we believe her and I think I do, then Adnan is innocent. Wait, no, he wasn't at the burial at all, he made Adnan do that by himself totally and wasn't even there. The producers are obviously concerned — and for good reason — about witnesses in the case being harassed.
Last spring, Adnan sent me a letter about. Was there any indisputable evidence that confirms when and where Hae died? Also, can't remember what Jay's alibi was, although I'm sure we would've heard it in ep 1. Not sure if this is common or not, but Koenig didn't make too big a deal of that part, so I wonder if it is. They had no idea about cell evidence, so I'm sure if they actually did bury her at midnight, Adnan's phone would be pinged calling Yassir, Bilal, Nisha, and whoever, bawling. Leaning one way or the other up front can create a bias in you as more information in produced.
Read and comprehend a range of texts and media written for various audiences and purposes to gather information for a researched-based thesis. As Cristina Gutierrez would say, were you not?! Jenifer made it seem as if Adnan and Jay were real friends but at the end of her statement she disclosed that their friendship was casual. Rosianna Halse Rojas papertimelady 1. It seems pretty clear that he didn't intend to go to the police. The police received an anonymous phone that stated they should look at the ex-boyfriend, it is clear that the caller was referring to Adnan Syed. I have no idea if Adnan Syed killed Hae Min Lee in 1999.
Alex Steinman, Community Manager: The ending was more satisfying than I expected. Jay's main contribution is helping to get Adnan from one place to another, but Adnan could do that without bringing someone so far into the murder. It relies on taking as gospel stray notes of where lividity was present and pretending that was ever central to anything. Is it possible that Jay might have been coerced by Adnan into assisting, and then maybe he came clean of his own accord? Would you swear to that in an affidavit? Lauren Morgan, Entertainment Photo Editor: Admittedly, I didn't have high expectations for the final episode. And who is this Ronald Lee Moore person that everyone keeps mentioning on Reddit? It's entirely possible that Adnan did it and just made an illogical decision here, but this seems like a big gap, especially on top of all of the other issues with Jay's testimony. Please use details about the tone and characterization as evidence. Evaluate the credibility and usefulness of a source.
We can assume that he made some sort of deal to testify against Adnan in exchange for some kind of immunity. Strangely, this Jay story tallies with the position she is found at burial and the 7pm hour cell phone pings. When cops ask Jen why she thinks he needed to wipe this stuff down if he wasn't involved, she is clueless. He says he feels bad for what happened to Hae. I know, I could broken down the Jay lies off of this 7 versions, but let's just treat that as 1 proven fact. You may email him or follow him on. Give them each a number, and cross them off when a possible explanation is found.
And I'm still no more sure of Adnan's innocence than when I started the show. And, despite this bizarre configuration which is effectively face down, by the way , Korrell chose simply to put down that the body was on her right side? Serial is a podcast by the creators of This American Life that tells a story in weekly installments. For more information on cookies including how to manage your consent visit our. I feel just as torn about Adnan's innocence as I did weeks ago. Are you speculating something else? Do you love, despise, have sympathy, etc.
The entire case turns on the credibility of Jay as a witness. I'm sure you can provide an example. Give evidence to back up your claim. Cristina Everett, Deputy Managing Editor, Entertainment: I'm left with more questions than when I started listening — but that may always be the case with this mystery. Does this not mean what it says? K2: The difference between plagiarism, both intentional and unintentional. Is this something anyone else has considered? Adnan received a suspicious phone call and acted worried about what he was supposed to say.
We strongly advice, to start listening with episode one of the series. Combine all this fear with the fact that Jay allegedly argued with Adnan the entire afternoon about everything. Why does Adnan's personality seem to some to be a possible obstacle to him killing someone? Can I take your silence on my request for a source to mean you couldn't find one, or are you still looking? We've just added this simple timeline of the case to our page. We are talking about a corpse that can be twisted and contoured in a variety of ways. The cellphone towers will always leave me puzzled and the conflicting timeline will always keep me suspicious. Going in with that attitude, I was satisfied by the material she gave us.