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written task - macbeth

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I chose to write in the form of a police statement, because I felt this would be a more interesting style allow me to put myself in Macbeth point of view. In this written task my aims when writing this police statement was to show how Macbeth is interrogated by the police in a modern age. To show this, I use modern language and a police statement design. As Macbeth (in the police statement), my other aimed to convince the police of England that I am not the murderer. This police statement was designed taking into account the ones that can be found in real police offices. Moreover, this police statement can be filed in any police document. The text could be read by any judge or lawyer. This police statement is a public one but also published together with other police statement in different police report and magazines. ...read more.

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This statement, consisting of 2 pages signed by me, is true to the best of my knowledge and belief and I make it knowing that, if it is tendered in evidence, I shall be liable to prosecution if I have stated in it anything which I know to be false or do not believe to be true.1 Crime being investigated: King Duncan's murder. 2th October 08 Thane of Cowdor (Macbeth). I am a former battle hardened soldier. I met Duncan personally at the King's palace when he thanks me for the part I played in the battle, I was his worthiest kinsman. Then he named me Thane of Cowdor, I was very proud. After that exciting moment he decides to go to my castle at Inverness. I could not say no to that offer he made me. Once we decide what to do, I send a messenger quickly to Inverness. ...read more.

Conclusion

We went, what was there made us freeze with horror. It was Duncan, he was dead. Covered in blood as well as his pillows and clothes. Duncan's guards were covered in blood too, but not dead so it makes me think that they were the prime suspects. Immediately the bell was rung. My wife, who was ... I think ... awakened by the alarm, came in. The nobles went in to see the king's body. We had to give the terrible news to Malcolm and Donalbain. The violent rage inspired by my love for Duncan caused me to act before I could think rationally and tell myself to pause. I killed the king's attendants. We agree to dress quickly and meet in the castle hall. For my surprise the two princes had left the country. This makes them suspicious. Witnesses claim they saw Malcolm riding his horse as fast as lightning towards England and Donalbain went in another path on his way to Ireland. This cannot be, how could someone kill our own king, our noble king? 1Adopted from http://www.injustice.org/nemo/witness/p046-050.html ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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