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this it just an intro to an argument paper which is short. the link provided is help to understand what im trying to get at please and thank you :) http://s.spachman.tripod.com/Argument/winston.htm

In recent news, on January 2nd, Mr. Winston Peacock was found lying murdered on the floor near his desk. I was called to the location/ crime scene after Jenny Goodheart reported the sight at the village police station. Jenny Goodheart was the paper delivery girl, and everyday it would be the same routine of Mr. Peacock waving to her as she sped off on her bike. On the last day of the year they had the same routine and unfortunately on January 2nd she noticed that the newspaper was still there accompanied by two milk bottles. Puzzled, Jenny looked through the window and saw Mr. Peacock lying on the ground. One of my colleagues and I went down to the scene and checked it out, Jenny’s story checked out. I claim that Mr. Peacock was murdered, the scene of the crime looked disturbed, and it seems that he might have been set up.
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Hi Kat:
Why do you think he was murdered, when it is possible that he committed suicide?
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Hi, kat212. Welcome to EF.
kat212 In recent news, on January 2nd, Mr. Winston Peacock murdered, was found lying on the floor near his desk. I was called to the location crime scene after Jenny Goodheart reported the sight at the village police station.(There is no way to understand that, use more simple construction) Jenny Goodheart was a paper delivery girl postman and her duty (routine, obligation) was to deliver the mails to Mr.Peackok who usually waved his arm to her when she was passing by. On the last day of the year seemed to be as usual but, unfortunately, on January 2nd, she noticed that newspaper was still there together with accompanied by two bottles of milk. Puzzled, Jenny looked through the window and saw Mr. Peacock lying on the ground. One of my colleagues and I went down to the scene and checked out that Jenny’s story was true. I claim that Mr. Peacock was murdered, the scene of the crime looked disturbed, and it seems that it was a contract murder.

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