First shooting ima talk about is the Las Vegas shooting the shooting happened on Las Vegas around 58 people died and around 400 injured! This happened during a concert the shooter was on the 31st floor just shooting everyone and the people didn 't know where to go. The Shooter had some illegal guns also and he had a lot of ammo also! Another fact is when the police got their he committed suicide. I think the Man was around 60 years old.
History March 3, 1991, Rodney King is beat over 50 times by members of the Los Angeles Police Department. In retaliation, riots broke out across Los Angeles. Cars and stores were looted and torched during these violent riots. This was a terrible time to be living in the areas involved with the riots, especially for families and children. Undoubtedly, the riots left scars on all the people involved.
Fear struck the community, this dark and stormy night. Things came in stages and out of nowhere. We begin our remembrance ceremony here today with broken hearts in this town in which about 3 weeks ago, this place became the site for yet again another fatal shooting. About half the community killed in a deadly mass shooting in this dome. As we stand here in this ceremony joined by victims and community with points of light shining in the darkness.
After a federal court order had come down mandating the integration of Alabama’s school system. In the aftermath of the bombing, thousands of angry black protesters gathered at the scene of the bombing. When Governor Wallace sent police and state troopers to break the protests up, violence broke out across the city; a number of protesters were arrested, and two young African American men were killed (one by police) before the National Guard was called in to restore order. King later spoke before 8,000 people at the funeral for three of the girls (the family of the fourth girl held a smaller private service), fueling the public outrage now mounting across the
London riots came to the crisis to London communities, and they persist to be a crucial issue to the London governments. The riots occurred between August 6-10, 2011 in London and major English cities. Thousands of people participated in the destruction and looting, costing the property depredation around $ 50 million, and the police inability to scale up their responses to the riots. Motivated by deadly shooting a young man of mixed race from Tottenham, during a Trident operation planned by police, Mark Duggan. What began as a peaceful protest into an aggressive disorder.
This event led to the greatest threat to Nero’s reign, which began on July 18th, and lasted at least for six days. The fire started at the southeastern end of the Circus Maximus in trading areas, which sold flammable goods. Three of fourteen Roman districts were entirely destroyed and others were severely damaged. Hundreds of people died and many thousands were left homeless. The cost to rebuild Rome was immense.
After the buses were integrated, many whites were angered, and the people wanted revenge for what had happened. In January of 1957 many bombings outbroke around the town. There were also many riots that were formed by whites. The city of Montgomery was in total chaos. As a result of all the bombings, a total of seven people were arrested; all people involved with the bombings were members of the Ku Klux Klan.
Falling Man On 11th of September America was in chaos due to an event which shocked the whole world. Two towers fell and America was at war. With people suiciding by jumping from the towers and rubble, mud and debris flying around the streets of New York, chaos thrived and people panicked. This world of chaos is depicted in the book “Falling Man” by Don DeLillo (2007), in which a man named Keith Neudecker wanders the city during the fall of the Twin Towers. In the 1st chapter of Don Delillo’s “Falling Man” the reader is drawn right into the midst of things.
The following quote is from the struggle between business and labor reading. In the quote, the narrator is reflecting back on what happened during the haymarket affair, “On May 3, union members, strike-breakers, and police clashed. One union member died. As police moved in to end the meeting, and unknown person threw a bomb. It killed seven police and wounded about sixty people.
Oklahoma City Bombing “On April 19th, 1995 one of the worst bombings happened on American soil.” Two ex Military Terry Nichols and Timothy McVeigh were planning a terrorist attack in Oklahoma City. (History.com) They had set diesel fuel and bombs in a truck in front of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building by pillars. (JamestownPublisher) McVeigh was angry at the U.S. government with citizens and politics. Nichols and McVeigh had planned this for a few months. When the bomb went off it ended up killing 168 people and about 16 children in the school nearby.
I stopped looking for monsters under the bed when I was three. That was when I realized people had monsters in each one of them. It all started that morning, September 19th 2078, that was when the first bomb dropped. People were going crazy. They broke out into fights in the streets, robbed stores, and set houses on fire.
Due to building tension between the abolitionists and the pro-slavery parties Kansas turned into a very violent place. In May of 1856, a pro-slavery mob reeked havoc on the town of Lawrence, stealing property, demolishing buildings, and even setting the governor’s home on fire. Two days after the attack on Lawrence, a man named John Brown set out for vengeance.
Remembering the Triangle Shirtwaist fire Disaster hit March 25, 1911 at 4:40 pm at the Triangle Shirt Waste Factory when it caught on fire by a cigarette bud or burning match. The employees were mainly young women and girls of Italian and Jewish decent and 146 died that day. The workers wanted out of the building but one of the doors was locked in the stairwell. Speculation was that Isaac Harris locked the door. Some of the women and girls jumped off the building and out the windows to trying to survive which was interfering with the firemen trying to put out the fire.