This is a very interesting and thought-provoking post. I know I will never do it again, but it is a great post that needs some work.
It’s not so much that I didn’t understand the message, but just that I was too distracted by the message to actually understand it. The context of the text message was a bit odd to me, and I was expecting some kind of response. But that’s how I understood it, so I didn’t even take the time to figure out what it was supposed to mean.
I completely agree. Text messages can be just as hard to read as a text message from a person who is talking very fast. I have tried to read them as quickly as possible, but I did not have the patience to do it.
I really did not understand why the message said he was going to kill me. It seemed so self-contradictory to me.
I agree too. Text messages are weird, and can easily be misinterpreted. It’s hard to figure out what message a person is sending you. One of the biggest issues I have with text messages is that I don’t always receive them immediately, but I try to answer them right away so I can read the replies when they come. I’m still not sure how I feel about this, but I do think it was a mistake to be sending this to me.
So we don’t really know when or whether the text message was sent. But we can tell that it was sent while you were asleep. That is, the message was sent the night before you were murdered and it was probably sent from the hospital room you were in.
In my opinion, the text message is one of the most important pieces of evidence in the case against you. We have a few other clues, but the text message is the most important. In the case of the note, it shows that you were attempting to coordinate a plot and that you knew some of the players. In the case of the text message, it shows that you were planning an assassination and knew that you weren’t going to be able to kill anyone.
Yes, I know it’s not the murder weapon you were talking about, but it is a piece of evidence. A piece of evidence that will help the prosecutor convince his judge that you are guilty of the crime you are accused of. You can keep the note for yourself if you want. I’m not going to ask you to keep it, but I am going to keep yours.
The note is a reminder that there is a difference between “evidence” and “evidence of guilt”. Text messages are not evidence of guilt because they cannot be used to prove someone’s guilt (or innocence).
Text messages are in fact evidence of guilt. They can be used to prove the identity of the person sending them, as well as prove that the person that sent them is the person that committed the crime.