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A defendant was one of a group of persons who were engaged in a demonstration against the discriminatory practices of a private club. During the demonstration, the defendant threw a bomb containing highly toxic gas through the window of the club. At the time he threw the bomb, he knew that the club’s president was inside the building. Unbeknownst to the defendant, the club’s treasurer was also inside. Each inhaled some gas and were injured, but neither died. The defendant is charged with attempted murder of both the club’s president and treasurer. At trial, the defendant testified that the reason he threw the bomb was that he wanted to make sure that nobody would be able to use the club, and that he did not intend to hurt anyone.
Presuming that the jury believes the defendant, he can be convicted of the attempted murder of:CorrectIncorrect
An obsessive fan was heartbroken when her favorite actor announced his engagement to a well-known actress. The fan waited for the couple outside of a nightclub. When they arrived, the fan raised a gun and fired it at the actress, but as she fired, the actor’s bodyguard spotted the gun and knocked it to one side. The bullet grazed the bodyguard’s hand, causing minor injuries, and lodged in the actor’s chest. Through prompt emergency medical treatment, the actor survived the shooting.
The fan may be charged with attempted murder of:CorrectIncorrect