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Homicide Case Study Assessment Two
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Homicide Case Study Assessment Two

1014CCJ - Homicide

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Question 1: What type of homicide is featured in this case? The homicide featured in this case would fall under domestic homicide but more specifically an intimate femicide/intimate partner homicide, that being the perpetrator was a male and the victim a female. The intimate relationship was evident in this case as Miss Harman and Mr Gittany were engaged and living together at the time of the incident. Question 2: ​What are the main characteristics of the offender? Simon Gittany was 38 years old at the time of the incident and comes from a large family, being one of six children. His parents had originally emigrated from Lebanon and the family had moved to Merrylands in Sydney’s west. According to a report by Ms Anna Robillard, a psychologist who assessed Mr Gittany said he had a stable and caring upbringing.

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