Amanda Wing
February 1, 2008

Ladies and Gentlemen of the jury:
Ok I confess. I am guilty. Tony Marston, Mrs. Rogers, General Macarthur, Mr. Rogers, Emily Brent, Dr. Armstrong, William Blore, Philip Lombard, Vera Claythorne, I killed them all. But I do have a good reason for all of it. I was going to die in a few months anyway so I wanted to do something worth wild. And after being a judge for several years and letting/watching people get away with murders, I figured if I murdered a couple people I would get away with it too. But these people that I happened to kill were crazy. Tony Marston killed two kids with his sports car. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers killed an old lady that they said was sick. General Macarthur killed his wife’s lover. Emily Brent killed Beatrice Taylor, a pregnant woman. Dr. Armstrong killed a woman on his operating table. William Blore killed James Landor. Philip Lombard let twenty-one in the African Tribe to die. Vera Claythorne let Cyril drown without even trying to save him. And I had no idea of what else they could do. So I decide that the best thing for me to do would be to kill them off. So I thought of a brilliant scheme that nobody else would be able to figure out. I took the poem The Ten Little Indians and based my murders on that. And to make sure nobody would ever find out, (which somebody did) I used the island, Indian Island as my setting for these murders that I was going to commit. It all made perfect sense. So I invited everyone to the island
and I pretended that I had no idea what was going on either even though I secretly did. So that is how I managed to kill everyone. And having the little china Indian figure dolls made everything even more dramatic. And I found it very amusing watching and listening to everyone try and figure what was going on. And try to figure out how everyone was dying.
While I just went along with everything. And even though I left the Indian poem in all of the rooms no one realized that the deaths went along with the poem and the china figures disappeared as someone died and that one of us was the killer, until the second or third death. But yes, I am guilty but I should not get the death sentence or go to jail for the rest of my life. Like I said before I am going to die soon anyways. So I do not think that there is any point of killing me now.