However, the police still didn’t look into anyone aside from Steven. Other people who were not looked into include, her ex-boyfriend and her roommate. “Halbach’s ex-boyfriend was also interviewed in an informal setting” (Factsheet #3). He was also dubiously the one who put together the search party for her, as in many cases the actual murder has done (Making a Murderer, 2015). The murderer is commonly close to the victim, but this was not the case between Steven and Halbach but was between her and her
For years, the National Anthem has been seen as a sign of respect to those who have fought for our country's rights and safety. Standing and being quiet during the anthem has been a custom to the citizens of America at events like concerts and sporting events. Recently, many pro athletes have taken a stand against the racial problems in our country by kneeling during the National Anthem. Many see this as a peaceful form of protest, as opposed to not playing or beginning violence in games. But others have different opinions to the subject and have become enraged with the “lack of respect” that this displays.
The shooting footage of Keith Lamont Scoot forms part of an outgoing debate on race and abuse of power. Recently, the shooting of black people in the U.S by the police is causing a lot of protests. But, what are the reasons that are leading to this crisis? Is it because of race? To take a posture in this situation is difficult because there is not enough information released and the judicial process of these cases are mostly carried out in secret by the police.
He also gets his points across clearly and easy such as his purpose and the audience. The audience of the speech is the American people and the audience in attendance. talking to the American people about the war and how we can be unified he says multiple times that we the people be unified and join together after the war. That's part of the purpose another was that he wanted to reflect on the civil war and how it just lead to violence and bloodshed. Paired with the speech Antithesis is especially effective in getting his words to inflict impact and feeling for example”One would accept war rather than let a nation survive”this shows how Lincoln is reflecting back on how the war was genuinely petty in how both sides were acting.
Respect our flag and our country!” The President is shocked when he witnesses people contempt those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for the freedom in this country and is not afraid to denounce it. The athletes are protesting their very own right to protest at all.
The players that are standing during the National Anthem but holding their fists up or linking arms are protesting in a way that I feel still gets their point across and still respects our military and our country, they are still standing to show respect towards the country and our flag, but they are showing that they still stand with Kaepernick in wanting police brutality towards minorities to end. These athletes even knelt beside the flag during the National Anthem on 9/11 which many people found disrespectful, 9/11 is a very sad day in the United States and many people lost their lives that day, and others lost family members that day, but these football players still knelt because there is not equality to minorities when it comes to police brutality, but on 9/11 the police and fireman helped everyone to get out of the Towers, no matter what race or minority, so I don’t understand why they were kneeling. Many police man and fireman lost their lives that day because they went back into the building to save people. Some people look at the flag in remembrance of their child, because their child went to war to keep us the “Home of the Free, Because of the Brave,” and all those parents got back from their child was a flag on top of a casket, and when people sit in the Anthem those parents could feel that their child is being disrespected by minorities which could cause even more of a barrier between
While Kingsolver recognizes religion as a difference among America, her emphasis along with Dr. King is the issue regarding race in our nation. Kingsolver writes about how patriotism is love for his or her own country, and recognizes that not everyone has the same way of expressing their love. Kingsolver alludes to a white man screaming in the streets that he was an American and then “killed a Sikh man wearing a turban” because he was not a native born American (549). It is clear that this incident is a distortion of patriotism. This man interpreted the word patriotism as being the white race.
In the article, “The Uses of Patriotism” the author, David Brooks claims that his purpose is to persuade the reader that kneeling during the national anthem is “extremely counterproductive.” This is only part of his main purpose of persuading people to be more patriotic and to be proud of their country. In the beginning of his article, he explains how he is going to persuade “you” that kneeling during the national anthem is counterproductive. He changes from third person to second person, implying that he is persuading the reader.
Solutions that have been attempted before are people just go out to the streets and protest against it, but no one chooses to listen. Many people don’t consider it a big deal simply because they have not yet been victims of Police Brutality. Police Officer’s jobs are to protect citizens and the community. Many people now don’t know whether to call the Police when they’re in trouble or call someone else. Many people are now
Due to lack of evidence, it is often hard to charge an officer for disorderly conduct, which causes the public outrage and turns them against the justice system. If officers wore body cameras, there would be more evidence to support any claims made between both the officers and the public who ask for answers. A great example of this occurred earlier this year with the death of Mike Brown, who was an unarmed teenager killed by Darren Wilson. Wilson was indicted because of the lack of evidence that Brown was actually a threat. It was basically the public against an officer.
There, they began to speak publicly, describing the events that occurred in Jonestown. As many people believed it was a safe and sane place to be, there were allegations of abuse towards the members who didn’t do as they were told, and that sometimes, they were even killed. Men with machine guns would stand guard, 24 hours a day, originally to protect the group from outsiders or armies with aims to take down the cult. Later on, that changed, and the men stood guard to make sure no one got in, or out. This being told to the public by those who escaped raised some suspicions in California Congressman Leo J. Ryan.
Simply because many people of the community believe that it 's not fair. Knowing the police carry tazers and pepper spray and many other alternatives to avoid shooting unarmed people. People of the community wonder why, the police go through all of the training they go through. if soon they approach a suspect they think gun first. Like how the cititizens suppose to feel safe if they are approach by a police, they
The United States justice system is a complicated system. The justice system is the third branch of the government. This branch holds the responsibility to create and up hold laws. The justice system has a precise order of how things fall into place when a crime has been committed. The process to arrest an individual to the sentencing of that individual takes a bountiful amount of steps and procedures.