“The metropolitan police department actually stopped and cited Ulysses S. Grant three times for speeding,” she says. After police hauled the president down to the police station, they were unsure if they could charge a sitting president if he had not been impeached. “They ended up letting him pay a fine and walk back to the White House,” Lanier says.
The logos Dwyer and Flynn use answers a lot of quesions readers or general people might have, like why didn 't everyone evacuate when the first tower was struct? Dwyer and Flynn answer this by providing facts. A guy calls the police and the policemen and asks to evacute the policemen responds: "okay, all right, Don 't evacuate. "(pg. 70)
As George was left to die, a passer-by saw him lying next to his car, he used the cab radio to call for help. Police were already on their way, the cyclists had already phoned them. A man matching the description of the killer, had been seen in a chip shop just 1 mile away from where George had been killed. He was covered in blood, and had scratches on his face.
The author adds the note from Chris to create wonder, suspicion, and anticipation within the readers. Krakauer finally reveals Chris McCandless’ death in the end of the second chapter. The owner of an Anchorage auto-body shop named Gordon Samel ““reached through a back [bus] window…there was definitely something in it… it wasn’t until I walked around to the other side and saw a head sticking out that I knew for certain what it was”. Chris McCandless had been dead for two and a half weeks” (13).
The cops stood in front of court house with there weapons and buses waited to take people to jail. The police sherrif told them they could register but the picketers need to leave. Then people cops came down and escorted people to buses, beat the others and dragged them to the buses. July 16th was just another day but now the 50s were fading away and America was not as peaceful as they made themselves
In “The Pedestrian”, the government controlled police car stopped a man called Leonard Mead who was just out for a nightly walk, one that he’d been doing every night for years. The car even threatened to shoot if he didn’t stop, then talked with Mr. Mead and eventually arrested him. When the police car pulled up to stop Mr. Mead, it called “‘Your hands up or we’ll shoot!’” (Bradbury, 1). When the police car was trying to get Mr.Mead into the back of the car after he’d been arrested, it said “‘Get in’”
I explained to THOMPSON why he was being stopped which was in reference to a hit and run he was involved in on October 14. THOMPSON stated he does recall that day striking the van on Highland St. but it was only his mirrior that struck the van. I advised THOMPSON I am not the investigating officer of the incident. I advised THOMPSON that BOWMAN the investigating officer will be contacting him in reference to the incident.
O.J. Simpson 's trial was one of the most anticipated trials. It was highly publicized and many people watched the trial go on on the news. O.J. Simpson was convicted of murder - killing his ex-wife and his waiter (and friend). Both were stabbed multiple times. On June 12th, 1994, his ex-wife and waiter were found murdered outside a condo in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles.
On April 12, 2015, Freddie Carlos Gray Jr, a 25-year-old African-American man, was arrested by the Baltimore Police Department for an illegal switchblade. While being transported to the local police station, in a police van, Gray fell into a state of "extreme lethargy" and was taken to a trauma center. Gray passed on April 19, 2015; his demise was due to injuries to his spinal rope. On April 21, 2015, pending an examination of the occurrence, six Baltimore cops were incidentally suspended with pay. The six officers accused of Gray 's death are Caesar Goodman, Garret Miller, Edward Nero, William Porter, Lieutenant Brian Rice and Sargent Alicia White.
There was a guy in front of me, very drunk. When the light turned green, he put his truck into reverse and backed into me. Our bumpers were hooked.” She got out to check on him but he was incoherent. She had never used the telephone before but figured out how to call 911.
The school bus was occupied when it was hit which injured the two adults and two children who were inside the bus. After hitting the bus, the suspect left the truck with what looked like handguns. The New York Police Department soon shot and detained the suspect and a note was soon found declaring the attack an action for ISIS. The suspected terrorist is Sayfullo Saipov who had been living in the United States since 2010 after initially living in Uzbekistan.
As the cab was arriving, SFC Matthew Morcus, who is my classmate in SLC, got into a confrontation with four individuals (three males and 1 female). SFC Morcus and 'individual one ' were engaged into an argument, I diffused the situation and got majority of my classmates in the taxi cab. As I was about to enter the cab when I notice SSG Chuta and SGT Dent were not in the taxi. I looked down the street (approximently half a
The Abbott case however didn't apply to intrastate commerce, travel that is entirely inside the borders of Louisiana, so Martimet and Tourgée began to look for yet another lighter skinned black to test the law. In the end they found Homer Plessy, a member of the citizens' committee that raised the money for the original case. Plessy walked into Press Street Depot on June 7, 1892 and bought a first class ticket to Covington, he boarded the East Louisiana Railroad train. As the train preceded to pull away a conductor approached Plessy and asked if he was a colored man. Plessy told the man he was and was asked to move to the colored car, but Plessy refused to do so.
SGT. Barrett and I contacted a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot that was parked in an unlit area at approximately 2300 hours. Once outside of our vehicle I started flanking toward the right side of the white Nissan Maxima, as the windows were darked out. SGT. Barrett went to the driver side of the vehicle, where the door was ajar, with a male sitting in the driver's seat with his feet planted on the ground I heard what sounded like a dense metal object fall onto the pavement from the driver's side of the vehicle.