You are then thrown into prison with a sell mate who has a history of of being sexually abusive. Not only do you feel like he is constantly watching you, but you cannot even tell the difference between your thoughts and reality. You are then raped and told by cellmate, who is aware of your disorder, that it never happened and you imagined it all. This happens repeatedly every year and nothing is done about it because the people working these prisons believe that the prison mates being “taken advantage of” are just insane. These criminals then become a bigger threat to society than ever before due to the PTSD they have developed from their experiences.
Ultimately, they become power-hungry and go to extreme lengths for leadership, including murder. Nearly 40 years after his novel, Golding conveys the causes behind the evil capabilities that lie within every human in “Why Boys become Vicious.” He tells the story of James Bulger, a two-year-old boy lured out of a shopping center by two 10-year-old boys, who then proceeded to beat up the
The article “On Punishment and Teen Killers” written by Jennifer Jenkins is an article with very weak ethos. The author argues that teens who commit heinous crimes should receive life without the possibility of parole and that the victims rights should be considered. The author is a victim of a crime committed by a teen, her pregnant sister was brutally murdered by a teen gunman who wanted to “see what it felt like to shoot someone” (2). By bringing her sister into the paper the author lowers her credibility because she is emotionally connected to the case and has an obvious biased opinion. This leads to the readers to question her reliability on an unbiased opinion in the article.
As a parole board member, I would like to release offender Smith under specific conditions. Before I discuss the conditions, I simply need to give a little summary of the offender violations he committed. Mr. smith was arrested for forcible rape and aggravated assault to his girlfriend. Offender Smith and his girlfriend at the time were both high off cocaine or PCP. She didn 't want to engage in sexual relations with him, so Mr. Smith got extremely upset and punched her and ruthlessly assaulted her.
The other victim is a young girl whose name was not given, and she was raped at a high school party after getting highly intoxicated. Many witnesses say that they saw her passed out, unable to walk, and even called her a mess during the time. There were various pictures and videos of her posted that night where the statements of the witnesses were confirmed (Strasser,2013). Both victims were taken advantage of and thankfully their rapists were both convicted. The first case was a little more difficult because there’s always going to be an issue with disability and consent.
Christopher Columbus, hero or villain? My family when surveyed all voted villain. Chloe 12 year old, “if someone came to your house, kill all your people and took your house for theirs, equals V-I-L-L-A-I-N.” You have to love teenagers. The debate has been discussed many times and visiting some online sites to see opinions it seems the villain description wins. (Debate.org) I personally have a hard time labeling him a villain.
After I watched the documentary of The Central Park Five who tells the story of the five black and Latino teenagers from Harlem who were wrongly accused of raping a white woman in New York City's Central Park in 1989 I was left devastated and what I was watching was unbelievable, it shows me young Black and Hispanic boys were always in danger and were negatively seeing by the police. Racial injustice doesn’t just started, police brutality against blacks always existed. It was drastic to see how they were pressing these young boys that were only 14 and 16 years old. The way they were forcing them to lie about something they didn't do was terrified. Being only 14 and 16 years old their brains was weak, they were frustrated and scared and had
Stories are often on the news of women getting sexually abused or raped while they are under drug influence or not. It is a recurring tragic event that somehow cannot be stopped. People seem to wonder why and who would do such a crime. Pat Basley argues and questions in his cartoon on why would Brock Allen Turner rape a girl. He wraps up his argument up with the title “White Jock Rapist,” and lists his personal best scores of being a well known swimmer.
The young people, in particular, are out of control cause they start boycotting their high school classes and started committing despicable acts of violence against adults for example their professors. *** As a result of this anarchy, the “embattled" government passes the Battle Royale Act: a piece of legislation in which a group of young teenagers are forcibly marooned together on an island, and forced to kill each other until one survivor is left. Basically this is conducted yearly in which a randomly chosen class of high school junior students are issued weapons and forced to play a game between their life and death. That years Battle Royale as shown in the movie was a class of 42 students from the Zentsuji Middle School that were nominated by a resentful, middle-aged professor Takeshi Kitano, who was slashed in the thigh with a knife carried by one of his students. *** While the class thinks they are headed out to just another school field trip, unaware of their fate, they ended up being kidnapped at gunpoint by some Japanese people and taken to the island where their ordeal for the next three days of their lives is to begin.
Gun Boys Rhapsody investigates the impact of crime and violence on the youth of the Bahamian society. It is centered around the murder of a high school student named TK and the chain reaction it has on the lives of other individuals linked to him. As a result of this production I am positive
The article I read was called “Weekends in Jail for Rape? Why people get sentenced to ‘weekend jail’ by Corey Johnson” This article starts off with Molly Shattuck who raped a 15-year old boy in Georgetown, Delaware. The former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader walked out of the courtroom last week even after raping a 15-year old. She was only sentenced to “48 alterning weekends at the SussexVilation of Probation Center.” A lot of people within the community became very upset over this. “weekend jail” is usually given to people with DUI’s, major speeding, theft, even not paying child support.