Perfect Murder: Ways to Escape
(Sequel to- I Killed Someone Last Night)
Murder is never an easy task for me. As most of the human beings, my mind too has the framing for love, compassion and guilt. I too feel the empathy and sympathy with my victim throbbing in pain. I too bear a lot of moral loads. But my act is important and significant will of the Almighty.
I am wearing a white Kurta today, it being the color symbolizing piousness and continuing with my usual routine.
Create an Alibi: The best way to evade the legal sportsmen is to create an alibi. An alibi is a form of defense used in criminal procedure wherein the accused attempts to prove that he or she was in some other place at the time the alleged offense was committed.
I purchased a ticket of the movie –SCANDEL, at Regal Theatre. This is a very old theatre and don’t have much of crowd in it’s shows. In full view of CCTV, I entered the theatre. During the mid of the show, I escaped out for one and half hours via an unguarded door near the screen which don’t have CCTV, and returned back after my rewarding trip.
The Getaway: Dress the way which merges and mingles with the masses. No special color which could ease your identification is the best way out. I always prefer to use over crowded public buses which minimizes the chances to distinguish me.
The Weapon for crime: I always prefer to buy the weapon to be used for my crime at least a month before and that too from a large departmental store in CASH. After the crime, I always try to dismantle the weapon or dispose it off in the manner where there lie minimal chances of it’s recovery. I wont prefer to disclose where my dagger knife lie hidden now!
The Perfect timing: Timing is everything to ensure your perfect escape. Choose the un-expecting target; the timing should be chosen to avoid the eyes of the crowd.
Evidence: Don’t try to hide or cover up the scene of crime. Most criminals are caught because of this mistake. In this effort of hide up, they leave some connection behind. Don’t take anything back home from the scene of crime which could prove your involvement in due course.
Behave Normal: Continue with your normal life after the event. Any change in your daily routine could draw unwanted attention. Cops might use Newspaper or TV as a tool to manipulate the behavior of the accused. This is suggested that avoid viewing them for a month or so, after the incident.
After you get arrested: Arrests are usually made on the ground of suspicion. The police need evidences and confession. Unless you don’t confess the crime, the police are helpless. If you have committed your job right and have belief in yourself and your line of story. Don’t confess. You turn out to be the master chef of the kitchen of criminality.