A month prior to the retirement of Auburn head softball coach, Clint Myers, a former football player turned in a complaint stating there was abusive treatment and sexual harassment from the coaching staff. On July 20th, a 14-page essay was sent on behalf of attorney Martin Greenburg. Nemeth filed it as a sexual discrimination complaint. the letter was claiming that Clint Myers knowingly let his son have relations with Many members of the team. According to ESPN the letter alleges on March 30th The same exact day that Corey Myers, Clint Myers son, resigned as associate coach stating it for “family reasons” several of the players approached Clint Myers with proof in the text messages of a student- athlete’s phone proving that coach Corey Myers
98). After that moment Euphiletos started to question everything his wife has done in the past few weeks, and how it was out of the ordinary. So he questioned their servant slave and after some convincing she spilled the beans, and not only did she do that but she also offered to help catch the two in the act. After a few weeks Euphiletos has a plan, which in his speech he says it was totally unplanned. He goes and gathers all the man to be witnesses when he catches his wife in the act.
In “The Racketeer”, former lawyer Malcolm Bannister was wrongly sentenced and is serving ten years in a Federal Prison Camp. He lost everything, including his beloved wife, young son, and his freedom. When active federal judge, Judge Raymond Fawcett, was murdered, Federal Agents are working double time trying to catch the culprit, but Bannister knows exactly what happened. Now, with this piece of crucial information and a burning rage for the government, Bannister schemes a plan to get revenge. Readers will not be able to put the book down as they are lead through Bannisters hostile adventures to claim an unknown treasure and fall in love.
Pedophile Pastor Gets Life Times Seven It 's not every day that we hear about prison sentences are rejoice, especially when it 's a pastor being thrown in the tank. When the pastor has been a molester, however, it 's good to hear that justice still exists, even if it is a little late coming. PimpPreacher.com has featured articles on a pastor from Tulsa, Oklahoma, who said he was in love with a 14-year old and was arrested, (twice!) for molesting her and getting her pregnant. Pastor Gregory Hawkins was finally sentenced to life in prison when the judge decided that Hawkins would only continue the abuse if he were allowed to be free.
“We saw a young man who did not fast for Ramadan, so they crucified him for three days, and we saw woman being stoned because she committed adultery,” (Berlinger 5) explained Mohammad, a thirteen year old former ISIS child soldier, after being traumatized from his life experience. Within Orson Scott Card’s science fiction novel, Ender’s Game, the protagonist of the story, Ender Wiggin, is born with authorized permission, in result of his precociousness, in order to save the human race from their enemies, the buggers. Ender symbolizes the child soldiers in the real world through his experiences within the training as a soldier in Battle School and Command School and can relate to Mohammad’s trauma. Despite Card including many similarities
Samuel Brinton, a non-binary (uses they/their pronouns) advocate for the LGBT movement and nuclear engineer in an interview with Elite Daily in July 2017, states that they were taken to a conversion therapist’s office just days after their father ‘punched them so hard that he went unconscious immediately’ for coming out to him even though they believed their father would be accepting of it. Brinton recalls the moment where their ‘hands were bound, placed in ice and pictures of men touching men, holding hands, were shown.’ Brinton also says: “Needles were stuck into my fingers… Electricity was shoved through my body as pornographic images – the very first pornographic images I would basically ever see – were shown to me.” How barbaric. How wrong. How inhumane. If this does not open the worlds eyes up to the true horrors behind the doors of the therapy room, then what will?
Odysseus’ condemnation of his maids to death for adultery highlights this hypocrisy, as Odysseus willingly stays on Kirke’s island for an entire year committing adultery. Kirke tells Odysseus that “[they] shall mingle and make love upon [their] bed” (175), and Odysseus agrees. Upon returning to Ithaka, however, Odysseus not only neglects to share this with Penelope, but he sentences her maids to death for being disloyal to Penelope by sleeping with her suitors. Even Telemakhos takes part in their murder, telling the maids that he “[will] not give the clean death of a beast to trulls who [make] a mockery of [his] mother and of [him] too—[those] sluts, who lay with suitors” (424). Telemakhos’ words emphasize the vast gap between how men and women are treated—neither Odysseus’ crew nor Odysseus himself see anything unethical with his adultery, but women cannot possibly lose their chastity.
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.
De Modica has even petitioned for the Mayor, Bill de Blasio, to take the statue down after its permit expires (Jenkins). The other negative response was a picture that went viral of a young man in his 20’s humping the Fearless Girl Statue. The incident happened 2 days after the installation of the statue (Nolan); when a 34-year-old woman who was admiring the statue snapped a shot of this young man defiling this statue that symbolizes of women’s empowerment (Li). The meaning behind this degrading action only solidifies the need for this statue. One woman stating, “This is just further perpetuating a mentality of ‘boys will be boys,’ and that it’s okay, it’s a joke, just brush it off” (Nolan).
An example of people who spoke out for rights is Giles Corey and Martha Corey. Giles Corey fights for his wife, Martha Corey's, right to read books. In the climax of Act 2 of The Crucible, Giles argues: They take my wife. I never said my wife were a witch, Mr. Hale; I only said she were reading books… That bloody mongrel Walcott charge her. Y’see, he buy a pig of my wife four or five year ago… and claims that from that day to this he cannot keep a pig alive for more than four weeks because my Martha bewitch them with her books.
Arthur J. Shawcross, a notorious serial killer, claimed to have had a very troubled childhood. Without facts to support, he alleges that he was sexually abused by his mother until he decided to run away in the ninth grade. Later, when Shawcross served in Vietnam, he claimed, although he had never served in combat, that he had beheaded a woman. Upon discharge from the U.S. Army, he returned to Watertown, New York. Arthur Shawcross would go on to murder fourteen year old, Jack Blake and eight year old, Karen Hill in 1971 and 1972 as well as eleven women from 1988 to 1989.
What kind of justice have they gotten? NONE. According to The Guardian, “In Arizona, complaints about prison medical care prompted the ACLU and the Prison Law Office to file a class-action suit in 2012. An accompanying investigation uncovered two incidents in the summer of 2013 when officials at the state prison in Perryville dismissed women’s claims that they were going into labor. One woman said that it took two hours to convince the guards to transport her to the hospital.
It was known as the dirtiest campaign in American history. Other electors slandered him, and especially focused on his wife, Rachel, who had married him before her divorce with a previous man could be finalized. They called her an adulterer, much to Jackson 's anger and disgust. Unfortunately, within a month of election, Rachel Jackson died of a heart attack before she could officially become the First Lady of the United States. And while her death cut deeply into Jackson, he pushed on, as he knew he had to and knew she 'd want him to.
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.