Thoughts of a Murderer.... Neil Entwistle's Story

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Barney Stinson
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Barney Stinson
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July 1st, 2008 at 11:09pm
Neil Entwistle, husband, father, son, son in law.... murderer? About two years ago in 2006, Rachel Entwistle, Neil's wife and Lillian Entwistle, his daughter were found dead in their home. They were both brutally and fatally shot. Mind you, Neil was not at the scene when his wife's and daughter's bodies were found. He was in London, which was his home with his parents.

After investigating the scene, police discovered Neil's computer and took it as evidence. They searched through his files and his internet history and discovered that he searched "how to kill people." As suspicious as this is, there's more. Neil was in debt, though not that much compared to the debt some of us and our families maybe in right now. He was also unhappy with his sex life.

It seems like a recipe for murder, right? You have dead bodies, and a motive. Well, there's more. Neil Entwistle's DNA was found on the .22 caliber handgun that was found next to his wife's Rachel's body. Rachel's DNA was also on the gun. Now we have a perfect recipe for murder. Dead bodies, motive and evidence.

So, the police find and bring Neil Entwistle back to the United States. When they did this, they arrested him for the murder of his wife and baby daughter. Mind you this was a week after the funeral of his wife and baby daughter.

Now that he was back in the US, he was depressed. He thought about suicide.

But, here's Neil's story

Neil Entwistle was tried and found guilty of the murder of his wife and daughter this past month. He's currently serving two life sentences for his crime.

Now, I ask you, does this seem right/ fair? To me, yes. But, why would he be so emotional about this? Is there a story behind this case that we don't know? Maybe. Yeah, there are criminals who know how to act when they're being tried for something. Is this it? Or is this the face of an innocent man?

To me, I think Neil's guilty. I honestly think he's guilty because of the pile of evidence that places him at the scene and the evidence that he was thinking about killing his wife and baby daughter. It's fair to make him serve two life sentences.

What do you think? Do you feel that he should be in jail? Debate!

Resources:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neil_Entwistle

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,184309,00.html

http://neil-entwistle-news.newslib.com/
Nikki-Inkz
Shoot Me, I'm A Newbie
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Age: 30
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July 4th, 2008 at 05:36pm
In my opinion, if someone can willingly and knowingly take away the life of a nine month old baby, let alone his daughter, and the life of the woman he is supposed to love, then he deserves whats coming to him.

Although, I'm left wondering, can someone who has killed before stop themselves from killing again. If he's in prison, and will be for the rest of his life, why wouldn't he kill someone in prison, just because he can?

It's unlikely, but it can happen.
John Entwistle
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John Entwistle
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July 4th, 2008 at 11:04pm
Entwistle. Ah

Sorry, that's John (The Who's late bass player's) last name.

Back on topic now.
I think he should be in jail. He sounds guilty to me.
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