His Bloody Project - The Trial: Second Day Summary & Analysis

Graeme MaCrae Burnet
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The first two witnesses of the second day were John Macrae and Allan Cruikshank, the factor of Culduie. During Macrae’s testimony he did not make eye contact with his son. Macrae conceded that the reduction of his croft, and the restrictions on sea-ware were justified. When asked about Roddy’s character, he elaborated that violence was not in his character, regardless of the fact that he beat Roddy almost weekly. Allan Cruikshank shed some light on events leading up to the crime. According to the testimony, the Macraes came to him to complain about Lachlan. At an inn, Allan told Lachlan about this. Eventually, Macrae was recalled and explained that he went to Allan to learn more about the regulations that Lachlan was enforcing. Allan was then recalled and admitted that he met with Lachlan three days before the crimes...

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