Pertaining to Part III and IV of In cold Blood answer the following questions in detail. (in essay page numbers should be mention ) a. The interview of an informant in prison gave the police a substantial lead in the case. Describe this informant and his motives in cooperating with law enforcement. b. The interview of family and neighbors of Dick and Perry lead to significant information in regards to the alibis of both suspects. Describe what the family members might have unintentionally reveled to the investigators. Describe the approach the investigators used in interviewing these family members. c. The interrogation of Dick and Perry was prior to the Miranda rule. However describe the technique used by the police in ultimately obtaining those confessions from both suspects. In addition discuss the importance in obtaining these confessions in this case. Discuss what other evidence the police had obtained other than the confessions. d. Discuss the M’Naughton Rule and its relation to this case. Discuss the difficulty in obtaining an insanity defense. What was the diagnosis of the defendants by the psychiatrist? What was the attitude of the investigators in the ultimate death of the defendants?