Lizzie Borden was born july 19,1860 in Massachusetts. She lives with her dad, sister and stepmother until she was an adult. Lizzie’s parents were found dead August 4, 1892 in their home. Lizzie was found guilty of these murders and was arrested. In 1893 Lizzie was acquitted and lived in her hometown until she died June 1, 1927.
With this being said, it is also stated in section one, that nobody ever saw Miss Emily outside either. The townspeople would only see Tobe in the market. Even then, Tobe did not really speak to the townspeople when they questioned him about Emily. They only knew one thing, if he kept coming to the market; she was alive
His birth father had raped his birthmother. After searching for him after years the search finally ended, but to a conclusion that he was a serial killer. Also the encrypted letter that revealed the killers initials were the same as his father's. He also, strangely looked like that man in the police
To a male metal day master, the wife was represented by wood because the metal controlled the wood. There was no wood in his 申 Monkey day or 巳 Snake month. These pillars represented the ages when he got married
Everything was falling into place for the West’s, even some extra enjoyment from the 12 murders that they both committed. Fred West was the second oldest of eight children. Fred’s father was accused of having sexual relationships with his children, taught Fred bestiality, and his mother would sexually abuse him at a young age (Fred West Biography, 2015). During police interviews Fred mentioned incent was highly accepted and his father would tell him, “Do what you want, just don’t get caught doing it” (Boduszek & Hyland,
This extended essay manages the Rwandan genocide amid the mid - 1900s when the Hutu larger part slaughtered the Tutsi minority. It embraces a chronicled investigation of the reasons for this slaughter, endeavoring to clarify how a situation where neighbors executed neighbors could emerge. All the more particularly, the examination manages the connection between the ethnic strains that prompt the genocide, looking at the inquiry: "How did ethnic pressures prompt genocide between the Hutus and Tutsis in Rwanda amid 1994? " The extent of the stretched out article is confined to the long haul reasons for the genocide, as the prompt causes are not researched. Additionally, the article does not go into the chronicled and social factors that caused
According to her father, “Mary had a drinking problem and spent most of her life making her earnings by engaging in sexual activity for payment” (Casebook Mary Ann Nichols). The second murder was Annie Chapman a homeless prostitute who was also killed by Jack the Ripper.
as she says in Bourgois’ book (2003:
In the movie A Time To Kill, Carl Lee’s daughter, Tonya Hailey, was raped by two men named Billy Ray Cobb and James Willard. As Billy Ray Cobb and James Willard were about to go to a hearing at court, Carl Lee comes out with a M16 and kills both of the men who raped his daughter. Carl Lee was angry over the fact that Billy Ray and James raped his daughter, so he decides to kill them. He could have let them rot and be miserable in jail, but killed them to make the situation more worse than it already was. Similarly, Martin Luther King was assassinated over
She reported no history of alcohol abuse. She stated that she drinks minimally only socially. Ms. DeMarzo stated that she has never been arrested. She reported that the both parents have Order of Protections against each other, both in criminal and family court. She indicated that the family has had several Administration of Children’s Services (ACS) investigations over the last year which have been unfounded.
Emmett Till did not live a very long life. He was 14 years old when he was killed. He was born July 25, 1941 and died August 28, 1955. Till’s murder was the action that pushed forward the civil rights movement. Born in Chicago, Illinois he was an only child to Louis and Mamie Till He never knew his father, who was a private in the army during World War II.
A fourteen year old girl, Susie Salmon was presumed dead in Noristown Pennsylvania on December 6, 1973. Police have been looking for her for a while. Police Detective Len Fenerman gave us an insider on the investigation, stating “ Gilbert’s dog found an elbow in the cornfield.” Susie was last seen leaving the school, Fenerman and the others working on this investigation have found a school book, her hat, and a love note in the cornfield. Jack and Abigail Salmon are grieving their daughter, praying that it isn’t her elbow that was found.