Jonathan Ferrell was 24, a male who lived in Charlotte was killed by Police. The Police shot Ferrell 10 times showing excessive force. It was around 2 A.M. on September 14th, 2013 Ferrell was dropping off a co-worker. According to attorney Christopher Chestnut, Ferrell missed the curb and hit a ravine. A ravine is a narrow fall between steep streets.
After the shooting the couple fled in a rented SUV. Four hours later police pursued their vehicle and killed them in a shootout.I saw this on the news this was very sad. A shooting happened in Edmond post office in Aug 20, 1986.The postal worker who is patrick Sherrill shot 20 people and killed 14 of them.Even teens were killed as well as 3rd age people. She shot them but 6 of them lived.He got mad because he didn 't get what he
Too much power and authority will lead to crookedness. People with power never stop striving for more. That can be a dreadful thing because people with that mentality will hurt anyone that comes in between their goal. There can be different reasons why people try to gain more power, either for riches or for popularity. Whatever the circumstance, both will lead to a negative fallout.
After the boy had hurt his foot the day before at work, Gacy gave the 16 year old alcohol, wrestled him to the floor, and handcuffed him. The boy was able to free one of his arms from the handcuff and tackled Gacy to the floor, somehow getting the key to the handcuffs and cuffing Gacy. Gacy starting screaming multiple threats and promised the boy he would leave. On July 29, 1975, just one week after the assault on Antonucci, another one of Gacy’s employees, 17 year old John Butkovich, went missing. The boys truck was found abandoned with his wallet and keys inside.
Freedom is often taken for granted in America. Most of us go on about our day, not thinking about what would happen if we didn’t have soldiers overseas fighting for our country. Brian Eigenberger was one of those soldiers that helped protect our country from. He is a hero that does not get recognized for the risks he took for the United States. Characteristics that are displayed in heroes are also displayed in Brian Eigenberger.
We should honor our veterans the way young children honor their favorite superhero. Our veterans are real life superheroes, they willingly fight to protect us and make many sacrifices to ensure our country 's safety. Veterans have to go months or even years without being with their family. They put themselves at risk of developing psychological issues such as post traumatic stress disorder —also known as PTSD— and having to cope with many different injuries. While every person who joins the military does not go through combat, they still endure and live with harsh situations.
One of the problems Texas faces in today’s life is that there are many brutal police officers. In Texas, there has been a great deal of many police officers taking advantage of their position in law. Starting with fatal shootings that have left citizens dead, physical abuse such as punching citizens to lay on the floor to get handcuffed without getting mirandize, and vulgar language used when arresting citizen. This furthermore proves that Texas has problem police officers. In March 2013, a twenty-five year old, Allen Flanagan was shot seven times by a Dallas Texas police officer Clark Staller.
Incredibly In today’s world, modern society still gets caught up in the mix of all this, and one of the behaviors that are visible as a product of this phenomenon is based on corruption and deceit. The unclarity and the mischievous lies directed at both others and ourselves are truly a social disease. Thus, making those who are expected to hold themselves to a transparent and pure demeanor, a “higher standard”, are in reality a hidden dark sheep among the heard. However, the reason deception is so high among significantly ranked officials and other individuals who have achieved an advanced and great level of trust such as politicians is because they are at a place in society where they have credibility and trust from the people they represent, and in fact, because of this trust the have been granted they end up being the most deceptive. However, this normally only occurs once they reach a point where they are also the most convincing.
The fact is, power is a tool that can corrupt itself and others, it can ruin people’s lives and it can do that without people even realizing it. Corruption can be a very surreptitious and overwhelming thing, but unfortunately it’s everywhere. Power can corrupt by putting fear
On December 14, 2012, Adam Lanza, 20-year-old resident of Newtown, Connecticut, shot and killed 20 children and six staff members at Sandy Hook Elementary. Before going to the elementary, Lanza shot and killed his mother in their home. Once police officers arrived at the school, Lanza shot himself in the head, dying immediately (Jordan 2014). This has been one of the most fatal school shootings in the United States, second only to the 2007 Virginia Tech shooting, claiming 33 lives. The incident at Sandy Hook began at 9:35 a.m. and Lanza fired the final bullet to the back of his own head at 9:40 a.m according to the State’s Attorney Report (Sedensky 2013).
Many people’s perception of the police is that they are corrupt. In Kevin Grant’s Article Ethic and Law Enforcement, Grant states, “it also constitutes one of the most significant obstacles to positive police-public relations in today’s society.” Recently displayed in the media has been the corruption or appearance of corruption of police departments all over the country. Grant’s list, which includes, acceptance of gratuities, association with known criminals without a supervisor’s knowledge or consent, disclosing confidential information to unauthorized persons, disclosing information about ongoing investigations, falsifying documents, sexual or ethnic harassment of citizens, co-workers, or subordinates, and failure to protect and follow
Tulsa police officer, Betty Shelby, shot an unarmed black man after his car was found abandoned in the middle of the road. Federal, State, and local authorities have launched investigations into the officer shooting. Tiffany Crutcher, the victim 's twin sister, has urged prosecutors to press charges immediately. Terence Crutcher was shot and killed after he ignored direct orders from the officers confronting him, and as officers thought he was reaching for a weapon. There was no weapon found on him, or in his vehicle.
In addition to the five officers who died, seven officers and two civilians were wounded. The Police Department said that 12 officers had returned fire during a wild series of gun battles that stretched for blocks. After the shooting subsided, Mr. Johnson, wielding an assault rifle and a handgun, held the police off for hours in a parking garage, claiming — apparently falsely — to have planted explosives in the area, and threatening to kill more officers. In the end, the police killed him Friday morning with an explosive delivered by a remote-controlled robot, the Dallas police chief, David O. Brown,
People fear of terrorism because many foreigners manage to enter the country illegally with the purpose of doing harm to the country. Illegal immigration even if done for a better life is wrong, and therefore
A Christian pastor and his wife’s adopted son has been charged with murder after the couple was recently found dead in Alabama. On Thursday night, Pastor William Jeremy Hulsey, 43, and his wife Sandra Hulsey, 37, were shot dead inside their home in Hartselle. Priceville cops were called to the residence, and an investigation flagged their adoptive son as a person of interest in the crime, according to AL.com. Along with the dead bodies of the couple, a 9mm handgun was also found at the scene. The following morning, Andrew Kyle Hulsey, 23, was charged with capital murder in connection with his adoptive parents’ death.