Donness Johnson was held captive for the joint between his two fingers. Homeless since the age of seven, Johnson state 's “ ...Prison was like the home I never received… three meals a day..a bed...shower... personal gym… [man] prison was luxury... the only reason I looked forward to going back on those streets where because of that one thing that got me here in the first place..” Three years and twenty-five weeks later since his release, Donness found himself back in luxury with an account of statutory rape of a thirteen year old girl.
The kidnapping of Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr., was a case millions of police officers were involved in. Despite the evidence that could clearly dismiss Hauptmann as the killer, he was still executed for this crime. This kidnapping will forever live on as the Crime of the
Polices suspected him for unapproved help to Jews and illegal business (“Oskar Schindler”). He got arrested three times while he owned Emalia, but they couldn’t apply him with a sentence (“Schindler’s Factory”). After the war ended, his wife and him settled in Germany, later on in Afghanistan. In 1962, Oskar Schindler was awarded as “Righteous Among the Nations” for reviewing his effort putted in saving lives during the Holocaust, while putting himself in incredible risks (A Letter Written by Oskar Schindler’s Former Workers).
Shackleton explained that they found a camp on one of the island’s and he got sent home in a ship and had to wait for a while to get another ship, 3 months to be exact. All the men survived, they were all safely returned home without any problems. World War 2 was still going on when they arrived, most of the crew went into the army to fight against hitler. Shackleton got another crew and went on another expedition, he passed away during it from heart problems.
However, his fellow partner in crime could not deal with the guilt and agony of the crime, so he later confesses to the police. Hansen was sentenced to three years in Iowa Men’s Reformatory; however he only served 20 months. It was also recommended that Hansen receive psychiatric treatment. Hansen agreed to the treatment; he opened up to the psychiatrist and explained his compulsion to set fires. Unfortunately Hansen soon realized that his prosecutors were using the information he was telling to the psychiatrists’ against him in court.
This prisoner died after falling down from the third level of the jail cage when he was attempting to carve his name on the ceiling. The final death was that of a police officer, not a prisoner. In 1932, during a farmer’s strike, about 84 people were arrested. The police officers carried machine guns to keep everything in control. Though no officers were killed by any angry mobs, one died in a freak accident when he accidentally shot himself with a
In 1915, a Jewish businessman Leo Frank was falsely accused of killing a worker, Mary Phlegem, in the pencil factory he managed. When the Georgia governor reduced Frank’s death sentence to life imprisonment due to lack of evidence, a mob dragged him and lynched him. He was given a posthumous pardon decades later when the evidence pointed to a janitor at the factory. Leo Frank tragedy caused “a ripple effect of fear among Jewish immigrants and Jewish Americans” (Anti-semitism in America). The lynching of Leo Frank was the beginning of two long decades of prejudicsm and hatred towards Jewish Americans in interwar America.
Wallenberg was captured by Soviet agents on January 17, 1945 soon after the Soviet forces occupied Budapest (Sources H internet). Which was the beginning of Wallenberg disappearing without a trace. According to (Source H internet), “Wallenberg was held at Soviet prison with a ‘socially dangerous’ person for two and a half years before he died.” No ones knows the exact date when Wallenberg died because on February 2, 1957 the Soviets announced his death from a heart attack. But records from 1945 shows Wallenberg died July 17,1947 in Lubyanka prison (Source A internet).
An undercover agent had been working with Kuklinski for a while, Kuklinski eventually made the wrong move, and it cost him. He was caught in 1986 (Blanco). After long court cases he was sentenced to life prison in 1988 (Blanco). He did many documentaries within the prison walls talking about his own life and how he felt throughout his life. He would eventually die in 2006 from what his family thought was poisoning (Blanco).
Five years after the inhumane execution of the Clutter family, the callous perpetrators, Perry Smith and Richard Hitchcock were executed for the heinous crime. Due to their many appeals, Hitchcock and Smith managed to defer their ultimately inevitable demise for several years. The appeals were filed on the behalf of Hitchcock, claiming that the trial was biased, as well as the jury and the judge. Each appeal led to the same conclusion, that the trail was unbiased. On April 14, 1965, Both Perpetrators were executed by hanging.
Alcatraz Why is Alcatraz so horrible to be in when You are a prisoner? An island that was surrounded by shark infested water held alcatraz. Alcatraz held the worst prisoners of all time. In alcatraz they are not afraid to shoot if you are doing something that you are not suppose to do. They keep a good look out on all the prisoners.
Since the beginning of time there have always been clicks and groups that were made up of people who had the same goals in mind or same interests. However, nowadays gangs consist mostly of people who commit the same type of crimes together that involve drug charges or murders. Gangs noticeably started getting their “bad image” beginning with a man named Al Capone. The rebellion started with the prohibition era. Al Capone was the most powerful gangster in Chicago during this era.
Escape From Alcatraz: Did They Survive? Created to house the most intimidating criminals, the critically acclaimed maximum prison proved to be less efficient than planned. Alcatraz was a desolate, dreary abode for the cruelest of criminals. With strict regulations and isolated conditions, prisoners were pushed to their very extent. “A prisoner at Alcatraz found himself in a harsh, isolated world..”