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Since Hercule Poirot is a private detective he is able to work outside the law to solve a case He has no superiors that monitor his casework nor does he answer to a greater authority Furthermore state guidelines do not dictate what methods he should use when solving a crime Poirot is not like most detectives when he is looking at evidence He states that I am not one to rely on expert procedure It is psychology I seek not the fingerprints on the ashtray Christie 77 Unlike most detectives he thinks of things such as did the person drop evidence on purpose to throw the police off of their trail or on accident Meanwhile others may just take it as evidenceThe Armstrongs were vengeful in their killing of Ratchett They believe that since he killed young Daisy he deserved to have the same fate she did Everyone aboard the train loved Daisy Armstrong Antonio Foscarelli spoke volumes of herShe was the delight of the house Tonio she called me And she would sit in the car and pretend to hole the wheel All the household worshiped her Even the police came to understand that Ah the beautiful little one Christie 289 In this quote you can tell that the family adored young Daisy She is a symbol of purity and innocence The fact that she was killed made the family outraged to the point the only way they would be happy would be to see Ratchett dead Poirot empathizes with the family When he listens to them talk about her he understands that she was a bubbly young girl who did not deserve what happened to her Colonel Arbuthnots fondness of the American jury system plays an important role in the murder He makes it a point to have twelve people involved According to him it makes it more in order That also helped Poirot relate the passengers to a self-appointed jury Poirot statesI
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