Mr Stephen Gilham aged 58 and Mrs Helen Gilham aged 55 and their two sons Christopher aged 25 and Jeffrey aged 23 lived in Woronora. It is a suburb in southern Sydney. Mr and Mrs Gilham and Christopher were murdered in their family house on 28th August 1993 at or around 4am.They were savagely stabbed to death and house was set on fire.
The fall of 1994, Christy Brzonkala a Virginia native entered her first year of college at enrolled at Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech). September of that year, Brzonkala met Antonio Morrison and James Crawford, both students at Virginia Tech. These two boys, members of the varsity football team, allegedly assaulted and repeatedly raped Christy, within 30 minutes of meeting her. After the attack, Morrison allegedly told Brzonkala, “You better not have any … diseases.” (UNITED STATES V MORRISON). Brzonkala felt that this attack caused her to become severely emotionally disturbed and depressed. She went to her university psychiatrist for some help coping with her internal damage, and she was prescribed with antidepressant medication. She shortly stopped going classes and her regular activities (Unknown. "Sexual Harassment and Discriminatory Harassment.").
It is with pleasure that I provide a letter of recommendation for Devincee Anderson. I have the opportunity of being a co-worker with him while he is currently employing at Division of Youth Services as a Youth Services Specialist-II. Devincee is extremely dedicated to the committed youths, detailed oriented, self-motivated, and deeply compassionate. Devincee is a natural leader and always meeting his deadlines. Devincee is an intelligent and motivated individual. He is more than capable of managing a group of troubled youths, and have the awesome ability to get results from them.
However, whenever hazing involves assaulting the victim, then it goes to another level. A perfect example would be a 13-year-old Georgia student riding a school bus received a “wedgie” during a school hazing incident so painful that his mother took him to the emergency room. The boy was a member of the 2007 Charlton County High School junior varsity golf team. He was riding the bus along with varsity members, who held him upside down. According to a local new report, two older students called the boy to the back of the bus and, in addition to the wedgie, punched the 13-year-old in the groin and stomach — all as a part of an initiation ritual. In this case the youth should be tried as adults because of the severity of the incident and the emotional and physical effect that it had on the victim
In Steubenville, Ohio, a sixteen-year-old girl was attending a local high school party with her friends. The girl was more intoxicated than others and refused to go home after the party was shut down. She then joined a group of guys who were going to another party and when they get there, the girl was too drunk to remember anything else. Two of the boys that were with her were Trent Mays and Malik Richmond. Both of them were football players at Steubenville High School, which was a big deal in small town Steubenville.
In this scenario, I feel that the school’s success was highly dependent on their ability to provide “competent and substantial evidence” of Ms. Kimble’s “immoral conduct”(Mary Ellen Kimble v. The Worth County R-III Board of Education, p. 2).On three separate instances, Kimbell was found guilty of “untruthfulness and taking property not her own without consent or permission”(Mary Ellen Kimble v. The Worth County R-III Board of Education, p.7). The precedent set by Meredith v. Board of Education required a degree of credibility among witnesses, which the board was also able to provide. Although Kimbell ultimately returned the stolen items when confronted, this did not compensate for her actions. Due to the nature of her position it was deemed that she was unfit to perform her duties, because her behavior breached “even the
As we mentioned earlier, the freshman’s mother mentioned to coach McElroy the fact that the upperclassman was calling her son those insulting names. This incident could have been foreseeable by the coaches, and possibly the administration, if the coach reported anything to the principal and athletic director. The Mepham High School football season was eventually cancelled and the three upperclassman were charged with “involuntary deviate sexual intercourse,” “aggravated assault,” “kidnapping,” “unlawful restraint,” “false imprisonment,” “terroristic threats,” “criminal coercion,” “simple assault,” “reckless endangering of another person,” “ethnic intimidation,” and “criminal conspiracy.” Judge Robert J. Conway chose to try the accused as juveniles.
The case of the 1999 murder of Hae Min Lee an 18 year old student at Woodlawn High School in Baltimore, Maryland. She was last seen about 3 p.m. on January 13, 1999. Hae Lee 's ex boyfriend, Adnan Syed was arrested on February 28 at 6 am. and charged with first degree murder. This case on the podcast “Serial” there are two decisions to be made. Whether Adnan should be guilty or be proven innocent. If he’s proven guilty he will remain in prison for life. If he is innocent then he will be free. But based on all the evidence on the podcast. So should Adnan Syed be guilty or should the evidence in podcast shows that he is innocent. After
Trevor will be charged with manslaughter of the accidental killing of his friend with an illegal gun . Trevor will be sentenced for 90 days of jail time rehabilitating him to rethink his bad choices . Sentenced with custody and supervision for three years to also help his drug and alcohol problems . After his jail time he will have two years of meeting with his probation officer twice a week making sure Trevor is staying clean and making good decisions.
In summation, just because the Greek system does not cause certain issues such as: binge drinking, sexual assault, eating disorders, classism, homophobia, racism, transphobia and other forms of discrimination does not mean that it does not create an environment that allows these issues to continue. Greek organizations have a long and illustrious history of discrimination; one cannot support such a system without ambivalence. There is something inherently wrong with a system that still produces numerous examples of dangerous, violent and prejudiced behavior. Although it is wrong to stereotype all Greek organizations as inducing this kind of behavior, we need to ask ourselves why it is happening at all. Whenever one of these horrible incidents is in the news, a Greek member is always quoted as claiming that it is an “isolated incident”. If this was true, then why does it keep happening? For instance, studies have shown that at least one student has died of hazing-related injuries every year since 1970 (Source Two). Fraternities are simply out of excuses. Fraternities are out of excuses.
According to agency law, the University did follow the correct protocol. Knight was accused of trying to grab the throat of a player. Knight denied the allegations until a video of the incident was produced. The University had no choice and Knight was places on probation by the Indiana University trustees. The trustees also wrote in the letter that knight was not to violate the terms of