do you think there is such a thing as a perfect murder?

United States
January 14, 2007 7:55pm CST
there are so many shows about CSI anymore, you would think that people would learn how to committ the perfect murder and not get caught, but apparently they aren't watching these shows and learn enough to get away with it, but what is everyones preoccupation with murder anyway, is it because its so weird that people can do that?
2 responses
@artguy (1476)
• United States
15 Jan 07
I do believe there is such athing as a perfect because I commited one. Just kidding, however I do think you can commit a perfect if you do it like the movie "Stranges on a Train" where each person kills the person that the other one wants killed. That way there is no connection to you and if forensic evidence is found unless you have your DNA or finger prints on file somewhere, they can't make a connection.
• United States
15 Jan 07
I quess, I think that they (the police) are too smart and there is no way to get away it. There is also no statue of limitations either, so although its fun to think about it I don't plan on doing it anytime soon, just wanted to start a discussion.
@cuddleme01 (2727)
• Philippines
30 Jan 07
yes there is such a thing as perfect murder. there are really crimes committed with no culprit apprehended and put behind bars. here's why it happens. crimes prescribe and the period within which to complain or file an action regarding crimes have prescriptive periods. so even if granting that a murderer has been found out to have killed someone, yet the prescriptive period to file any action against him has prescribed, one cannot file an action against him at all, thus he will go unpunished. the crime, perfectly committed, culprit- free.