On December 23, 1981, Thomas Sophonow, a Canadian man, was wrongfully accused of murder. 16 year old Barbara Stoppel was ruthlessly killed at the washroom of her workplace. Unfortunately, eyewitnesses mistakenly chose Mr. Sophonow as being the murderer. Eye witnesses stated that a man, whose appearance was very similar to that of Thomas Sophonow, locked the door and made his way to the back of the shop where he was presumed to have strangled Barbara Stoppel to death. Furthermore, while Thomas Sophonow was in custody, he showed an undercover officer a door locking technique.
The Son of Sam killer was born Richard David Falco, but was adopted and his name changed to David Berkowitz. He is responsible for shootings that killed 7 people and injured 8. The first shooting took place July 29, 1976. The two victims that day were Donna Lauria and Jody Valenti. Lauria was killed and Valenti was injured.
Amanda Berry was conceived on April 22, 1986, and experienced childhood in the Cleveland, Ohio region. As a youngster, Berry had secured work at a neighborhood Burger King, yet one night mysteriously vanished strolling home from the occupation. She had keep going been seen on April 21, 2003, the day preceding she turned 17. It would later be uncovered that a man, Ariel Castro, had baited her into his vehicle. Berry was recorded as a missing individual, with her mom Louwana Miller fomenting for there to be more scope concerning her little girl's vanishing and dissipating any thoughts that Berry had fled.
Case Analysis. Prosecutor’s Case Against James Earl Ray: The prosecutors have enough efficient evidence in establishing guilt against James Earl Ray concerning the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. First, James Earl Ray was in close enough vicinity of the Lorraine Hotel to successfully fire a clear shot to kill Dr. King from only a block away. The location of Bessie Brewer’s boarding house was in the perfect position of being only a block away, in making the kill shot that killed Dr. King. Second, The high-power rifle with a scope mounted on it was in a bundle with a couple beer cans, the receipt, as well as the binoculars, all had fingerprints that belonged to Ray on them.
You may or may not know who Meriwether Lewis is, but he has had a very important role in history, especially that of Louisiana, and the cause of death has been argued upon for years. He was a member of the state militia, he helped quell the Whiskey rebellion, a Pennsylvania uprising that was led against taxes, and he was a friend of Jefferson’s. Quite possibly his greatest achievements were governing Louisiana after the purchase, and the Lewis and Clark expedition. He had a major role in the Lewis and Clark expedition, which was to collect data of the plants, animals, and land forms he encountered. He had been picked by Jefferson to be the governor of Louisiana, he was travelling to DC at the time to have the government reimburse him for
It’s Sunday and it’s the Clutter’s funeral. School is cancelled so all of the kids may go to the funeral. Over a thousand people attend the Clutter funeral. As Susan Kidwell stood there and stared at her best friend, Nancy Clutter, she couldn’t help herself from crying.
Furthermore, Booth then immediately take derringer out for the single shot to the president’s left ear. President Lincoln slowly collapsed on his chair and his wife Mary started to scream. Henry Rathbone, heard the the gunshot in the President 's Box, and started run out from his seat and see Booth running. Rathbone prevented Booth from escaping. However, Booth stabbed Rathbone (leg) and went immediately down to the stage.
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, we are here today to discuss the murder of John Wright. On November 15, Mr. Wright was found in his bed with a rope around his neck, presumably strangled to death. His body was discovered by his wife supposedly and did not bother to notify to the local authorities. At eight o'clock in the morning, Mr. Hale went to look for Mr. Wright and found Minnie, Mr. Wright’s wife, sitting in a rocking chair inside of the house. Mr. Hale asked Minnie for her husband and she stated that John Wright was dead in the bedroom.
Rumors and assumptions are dangerous when it comes to keeping relationships. An example of the play “Mystery of the Suffocated Seventh Grader” is the game telephone. In the Play Perry Paulson spreads rumors and is a rumor. Liz just assumed that Principal Nolan was talking about Perry Paulson when she overheard him saying how he had killed something.
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, you are here because one person in this courtroom decided to take law into her own hands. The defendant, Mrs. Dominique Stephens, murdered the man that she vowed to love. This sole act by the defendant is violation of all morals and her husband’s right to live. Afterwards, she even felt guilty about this violation of justice and called the cops on herself, and she later signed a written statement stating that she is guilty of the murder of Mr. Donovan Stephens. Then the defendant later recanted this statement and said that she only killed Mr. Stephens in self defense.
In this case, we believe it to be customer C. In all, the dominant hand, eating habits, and footsteps prove that customer C is the murderer. To further investigate what happened during the lunchroom murder, we could dust the handprint/fingerprints to see who they belong to. We could ask the other customers that were there that day, if they knew anything about the murder. We could trace footsteps to see which ones belong to who.
A 17-year-old male, Joseph Lopez, a junior at Spring Valley High School murdered the 28th of April of 2008. Lopez's body was found in a drain tunnel under Tropicana Avenue, west of the I-215 less than a mile from his home. I would look through his social media, text messages, and phone calls. I would interview all his friends. People he knew in school and outside school and people he came in contact with hours before his murder.
1.Society as a whole believes serial killer are evil because that is how the media portrays them. We subconsciously let the media control our thoughts by believing it what they tell us. The media knows the power they have over us when we listen to the news, watching a movie or even reading the newspaper. In the way they report news on serial killers , it promotes fear and anxiety to their viewers. Movies even have more effect than we realize as well .
Customer C is responsible for murdering Fannin within Ernie’s Lunchroom. Through investigation and gathered evidence it can be determined Customer C is the main culprit for the murder of Fannin. Customer C’s involvement with this murder can be proven guilty due to the left hand dominance, leaving of footprints, and the proven alibies of the other customers. Customer C’s left hand use confirms his involvement with Fannin’s murder. The verification is Customer C dined with his left hand and placed the silverware and coffee cup on the left side.
In this paper I will be applying the psychological theories to serial killer Ed Gein. Ed Gein was a prolific serial killer in the 1950’s. He murdered and robbed graves for body parts to make furniture and clothing. He was apprehended in 1957, where he stood trial and was institutionalized. Edward Theodore “Ed” Gein was born August 27th, 1906 to George and Augusta Gein.