The reasons Why Mr. Baumer is guilty of the death of Slade

A Judge spoke to me on the night of Mr. Baumer found Slade dead.I believe that Mr.

Baumer is guilty of the murder of Slade. The reasons I believe that Mr. Baumer is guilty

is because Slade didn't know how to read, Mr. Baumer bought wood alcohol, and Mr.

Baumer hated Slade.

Now, here is the first reason why I think Mr. Baumer is guilty of the death of Slade.

Slade didn't know how to read so when he drank the alcohol he didn't know what he was

drinking and thought it was real alcohol instead of wood. Another way Mr. Baumer knew

how Slade didn't know how to read was when Slade asked, "What is the envelope in your

hand?" Also Mr. Baumer also said that, "Al, Is good to know how to read." My third

detail is to why he knew Slade didn't know how to read was when Slade was stealing the

alcohol out of the freighters and he didn't know it was wood alcohol.

Next, my second reason why I think Mr. Baumer is guilty is because he purposely

bought wood alcohol. When Al read, "Wood alcohol-deadly poison on the tin." The

second detail I noticed was when Mr. Baumer said, "I get it cheap, a bargain." The final

detail to why I think Mr. Baumer purposely bought wood alcohol is because he said, "We

unload."

Finally, the third reason I think Mr. Baumer is guilty is because he hated Slade. In the

book on page 22 it says Mr. Baumer said, "A man makes mistakes." Another detail was

when Slade beat Mr. Baumer up. After he beat Mr. Baumer up he said, "Lucky I didn't

kill you." Plus Slade stole the alcohol coming in from freighters.

In conclusion, that is why Mr. Baumer is guilty. People may think that Mr. Baumer is

innocent but also these reasons are why he isn't. When Al said, "It's no good to send him

a bill, Mr. Baumer." "He can't even read." The reasons are one Slade didn't know

how to read. Two, Mr. Baumer purposely bought wood alcohol. The last one is Mr.

Baumer hated Slade. So next, time you think Mr. Baumer is innocent make sure you also

check the reasons to why he may be guilty. Thanks for hearing why he is guilty.