On February 18, 1949 in Salt Lake City, Utah; one of the United States most notorious serial killers was born. His name was Gary Ridgway or more famously known as “ The Green River Killer,” sometimes also known as The Prostitute Killer. Now known for his horrendous crimes, this man was once viewed as ordinary. How could a man convicted of 48 murders, who confessed to over twice that number be previously seen as ordinary? Old classmates and friends describe him as a personable, nice, average, and a lady’s man with no suspicion of him being a murderer.
As innocent children, we grow up with intentions of being just like our mommies and daddies. We dream that one day, we can wear the same powerful red cape, that we watch our parents wear with courage and bravery on a daily basis. Sadly, not every child is fortunate enough to have superheroes as parents; some children have villains as their mothers and fathers. When the walls of naivety begin to fade away and reality comes into play, certain children have to face the harsh reality that what should be their number one supporter(s) is actually their number one offender. In A Child Called It by David Pelzer, Pelzer learns how to survive abuse from his mother, and isolation from his entire family.
The character I had wrote about is Andy Mott. He has gone through a lot in his life. I had put a piece of a prosthetic leg because he has lost his leg. His teammates found out after he told them. The story he had said was horrible.
THINGS ARE HARD after that. And by that, Ferguson means his dad. It’s easier to reduce the man to demonstrative pronouns than to think of him in bulk, as one unpackaged entity crawling the streets. And that’s another thing – not that that, the other that.
Joachim Georg Kroll, or also known as the Ruhr Cannibal or Ruhr Hunter, was born on the 17th of April 1933 in Hindenburg, Nazi Germany and died on the 1st of July 1991 in Rheinbach, Germany. He was a serial killer, child molester and cannibal and killed from the 8th of February 1955 to the 3rd of July 1976 and confessed 14 murders all around the Ruhr metropolitan region in the west of Germany. Kroll died of a heart attack at the age of 58 in the prison of Rheinbach. Kroll was the youngest of eight children.
The person I am researching is Michael Oher who does not have any current nicknames. Michael’s birthday is on May 28th 1986. Michael changed other people’s opinion of homeless people. He took a stand for homeless people and people that have had parents or family members that do drugs. He became famous because he was once a homeless person
Rotator Cuff Repair Jordan Lowe Jordan Lowe Bill Hammer Case study Working Draft October 20, 2017 Rotator Cuff Repair A “Rotator Cuff” is a group of muscles that holds the head of the humerus in its socket, these muscles are the Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Teres minor, and Subscapularis. The supraspinatus muscle is in charge of abduction, or lifting the arms from your side to above your head, the infraspinatus and teres minor are for exorotation, lastly the subscapularis is used for endorotation. The need for a Rotator Cuff repair is when the muscle group is partially or completely torn. The surgery in the simplest form is reconnecting the torn muscles back to the head of the humerus.
In James Knoll’s article Serial Murder: A Forensic Psychiatric Perspective, which was published in the Psychiatric Times, Knoll takes a more psychological look, into murders and breaking down the concept of it. Firstly, he breaks into society’s amazement with serial murders, showing that there and multiple books, movies, and television shows that center around that theme. Even though serial murders is completely terrifying to most of the society, it is very rare compared to other crimes. From the last six decades, victims of homicides that are female have decreased. In the circumstance of serial murders, there has been documentation of the events for centuries, even going back to the sixteenth century.
Imagine a small boy sitting in the grass, playing with his toys. Now imagine that same boy 20 years later, what is he doing? Working a nice job or raising a family? No, he is a serial killer and is serving a prison sentence. The man’s life can be compared to a car and its quality.
Nick sits at his desk with his head in his hands. His leg is shaking, fidgeting at an increasing rate, almost as if he is anticipating something. Occasionally he will glance at the ceiling and run a hand through his hair, only giving it a more tousled look than before. He lets out an exasperated sigh, shoves away from the desk, and begins to pace. Displayed on his desk are college brochures.
The Protestant Reformation had a huge impact in all Europe in the sixteen century, but which ones were the factors that lead to it? It is very important to highlight that the European Christianity was falling into a noticeable corruption of its popes and some other high position members. Robbery, and even warriors were among of some factors that took the Cristian Church to a declining path. One of these examples was the Pope Julius II, which one won the nickname “the warrior pope” because he led armies against people. Furthermore, the church was not the only factor promoting this reformation, some other social changes were occurring with the masses in Europe; many of the peasants were being free especially in the western Europe.