The UNABOM Case began after the first mailed bomb exploded on May 25th, 1978. A Northwestern University professor called campus police when he became suspicious of a package that had been returned to him by the postal service, yet he had never mailed the package. Campus police opened the package, getting only slight injuries from the explosion. On May 9, 1979, another package containing a bomb was received at the same university. Six months later a bomb was found in the cargo compartment of an American Airlines aircraft.
Sunday, November 5th, of this year, 26 people were killed and 20 more were injured when a man opened fire inside a Texas church. The reason this case is intriguing is because of how the gunman was stopped. Stephen Willeford, living nearby, heard the shots, and rushed outside with his rifle, exchanging fire with the gunman. He then got into a car with another stranger, and the two raced after the gunman in a high-speed chase.
Hilary Rhoda 's fiancé, who is a former New York Rangers hockey player, Sean Avery, was arrested in Southampton Village on Wednesday, just ten days before their wedding day. The 35 year old player was charged with criminal mischief and two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance after he was found carrying acetaminophen and oxycodone during the arrest. According to E!
CNN reported on August 1, 2014 that 43-year-old Eric Garner died on July 17 after being confronted by police on Staten Island for allegedly selling cigarettes illegally. As police officers approached Garner he raised both hands in the air and told the officers not to touch him. Moments later, a video recording shows an officer grabbing the 350-pound man from behind in a choke hold and wrestled him to the ground, rolling him onto his stomach. CNN News also reports that the video has Eric crying repeatedly that he could not breathe until his last gasp. Evidence and Applicable Laws Julie Bolcer, a representative of the NY medical examiner 's office confirmed that the cause of death was "compression of neck (choke hold), compression of chest and prone positioning during physical restraint by police.
In addition to the information found on the site, “a motel owner in Junction City quickly identified McVeigh” (Casey). Meanwhile, the perpetrator was driving north on I-35 near Perry where he was pulled over. A state trooper stopped him because he had no license plate and arrested him because he was carrying a concealed gun. Federal agents arrived at the prison just before he was leased and took him into
August of 2011 Mathieu failed a drug test and was kicked off of the LSU football team with hopes of coming back. 2 months later the 2011 Heisman Trophy finalist and three other former Tigers players. One of them, former quarterback for LSU Jordan Jefferson, were arrested on drug-related charges that ended Mathieus chances of returning. According to the police report (2011) officers found the marijuana in Mathieu 's apartment Thursday afternoon. Mathieu answered the door, and officers "immediately smelled a strong odor of marijuana," the police report stated.
In the 1988 American documentary film, “The Thin Blue Line, by Errol Morris, an American movie director and author, he depicts the story of Randall Dale Adams, a man who was convicted and sentenced to life in prison for murder and David Ray Harris who was also convicted of murder but was able to be free. While driving home, Randall’s car runs out of fuel agrees to hitchhike with David Harris to Dallas. While driving, Harris and Randall become stopped by a Dallas police car that was on the graveyard shift and the car was stolen, therefore the driver takes out his revolver and begins to shoot the incoming officer who was by the window of his car. The police officer, Robert W. Wood, was working the graveyard shift with his partner, one of the first female police officers in Dallas to become assigned a patrol, went over to the car to tell the driver that their headlights weren’t on. The police officer became shot
On July 6, 2016, in Falcon Heights, Minnesota, shots fired from Officer Jeronimo Yanez, killing an African American, Philando Castile. Castile, with his girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, and her four year old daughter in the car, was pulled over for a broken brake light. Within seventy-four seconds Castile was dead. 74 Seconds, a podcast, from producers John Collins and Riham Feshir, on Minnesota Public Radio, consists of twenty-three episodes. The podcast walks viewers through the entire story of the traffic stop incident, from when it happened to the end of the trial.
A brutal crash between a white 2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 and a city truck on Foster Road, San Angelo, Texas, caused severe injuries for two people, according to a statement released by the San Angelo Police Department. According to San Angelo police, at approximately 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, police and San Angelo Fire Department personnel were dispatched to the 5300 block of Foster Road for a major two-vehicle crash with entrapment. The driver of the Z28 Camaro, McKenna Bowie, 18, and the 16 year-old passenger had to be cut from the wreckage.
There is a slogan that say “driving while black” means that the cops while pull you over just because of your skin color or just because it look like you have done something to affect society. In the spring of 1998, New Jersey state police pulled over a van on the state turnpike carrying four young black men on their way to basketball tryouts at North Carolina Central University. What happened next was the subject of debate: the men claimed to be cooperating, but police charged that the van 's driver, in an act of rage, backed up and attempted to run them over. The result was bloodshed. The police fired and three of the four occupants of the van were wounded.
Eyewitness Bennett Barbour was a 22 year old, black male who was charged and convicted of rape in the state of Virginia. Barbour fought for over thirty years o clear his good name. Barbour was sentenced on for the alleged rape on April 15 of the same year. Bennett received a ten-year sentence for which he served four and a half years in prison. Barbour was exonerated on May 24, 2012.
On September 14th in jail, Mescosta County, prisoner Raymong Paul Holmes commited sucide by hanging himself from a rope. Holmes was arrested on August 29th for the operating a drug lab, first-degree retail fraud and possession of marijuana. His previous criminal record shows Holmes has been very active with charges varying from dosmestic-violence, operating intoxicated, use of a controlled substance to fourth-degree fleeing police and disorderly drunk. After a couple day of his arrest, the deputies where informed by Holmes family about his strong medical and psychological needs. He was reported to be mentally unstable and had suicidal ideations and theirfore he required additinal attention.
Mr. Huffman is an 54 year old male who presented to the ED via LEO petitioned by his mother following being release from jail. Mother reported in petition her son has a history of mental illness and has been treated for the same. She continues to report in petition that Mr. Huffman has threatened family members and is a threat to himself and others. Before the assessment petitioner was contacted for collateral information. Petitioner states when asked when the last time she spoke with her son, "I haven't spoken to him since what happen in January.