On Saturday 09/06/16 at about 0530 hours Elizabeth Cervantes-Hocking came into the lobby of the Auburn Police department to provide a statement. I contacted Elizabeth in the lobby, and she stated she wanted to provide a statement for this case because she believed the Police did not get the full story the night of the incident. I obtained a video statement from Elizabeth using my department cell phone and the following is a summary of that statement. Elizabeth said on 07/09/16, the night of the incident, her roommates decided to call the Police because she was screaming. I asked Elizabeth what she was screaming for, and she said she had a long day, and she was in an agitated mood.
She also told police that her granddaughter may also be missing and that she got her daughters car and it smelled as if there was a dead body in it. Police question Casey, Casey states she hasn’t seen Caylee in 30 days and that she has been conducting her own private investigation. During the time she was apparently “investigating” she visited a Block Buster Video store the day she stated Caylee went missing, she also went out clubbing multiple times, she even got her nails done and a new tattoo, all while “investigating” where he poor daughter
In 1988 Patrick Modiano came across an ad in the newspaper "Missing, a young girl, Dora Bruder, age 15, height 1 m 55, oval-shaped face, gray-brown eyes, gray sports jacket, maroon pullover, navy blue skirt and hat, brown gym shoes." (Modiano 3). The ad was put in the paper by Dora’s parents after she had ran away from her private boarding school; that her parents sent her off to. Modiano chose to follow Dora Bruder from place to place for several different reasons. One main reason is because he wanted to answer the question on why she would want to run from the people helping her hide.
In the memoir, Lucky by Alice Sebold, the author flashes back to her experience of rape and abuse on her college campus. She demonstrates her triumph of a traumatizing experience and how she overcame the situation. The novel, explores her experiences after the rape as the traumatic event changed her as well as a transformation from the treatment of others. Throughout this essay, I will summarize the major events of the rape, the aftermath, reactions and experiences that the author discussed and give critical insight of my reaction to the novel. The Rape First, the book is set in 1981 in Syracuse, New York where seventeen-year old Alice Sebold is finishing her freshman year of college at Syracuse University.
Reports, newspapers, articles all about a girl who disappeared and under all that was a drawing book. Emily put everything back but took the drawing book and really looked at it and found pictures Hannah had drawn and notes she 'd written . Emily went back to her mom 's closet to read the reports and she went to the
Memory affects the way people think and what they do after an epidemic. In the novel Station Eleven, by Emily St. John Mandel, memory plays an important role for Kirsten, Clark, and François. These three characters all create and collect to live in their memories; Kirsten gets tattoos and Clark makes a museum, while François creates a library and publishes newspapers. Kirsten Raymonde, an actress who has seen death right before her eyes multiple times, gets tattoos to remember what she did. The first death she saw in front of her was on stage before the collapse.
Her mother reported that while she was on the phone with the police she had to run out into the road to tackle Jericka. Jericka reports that she does not remember a majority of that altercation. Jericka them reported that she went to Harbor Oaks for 14 days. After being released from Harbor Oaks, Jericka went home for one day before being accepted into the Eagle Village Connections Program on September 22,
Dear Ms. DiLorenzo/ Ms. Beach 11/8/17 You never really know what could be going on under your nose. A girl named Molly Bigalow didn 't know either until one day some kids changed her life. I read Dead City by James Ponti. This is the first book in the Dead City series. In this book there are four kids who are a team of Omegas.
Sue Monk Kidd once said, "In a way, humans are not made of skin and bones as such, as we're made of stories" ("Sue Monk Kidd Quotes"). Through her novels, Sue Monk Kidd tells people's stories. She writes realistic accounts of every day people and the hardships they encounter. Of course, many people have stories that include mature content, but the purpose of telling them is all the same; she wants to make others aware of issues that are present in today's society. The Secret Life of Bees is the story of a girl who runs away from her life along with her black "stand-in mother".
Melba is working on her diary while being reunited with all her old classmates that went to central with her; she’s talking about if only Mayor Faubus could see the whole gang together once again. Then, she transitioned into a flashback. “My Grandmother India had always said, God had pointed
Trusting Skeeter was especially difficult since she was telling Skeeter stories she had never told anyone before, such as why she writes every day. In the end Aibileen and Skeeter helped each other. After the book was published Skeeter tells Aibileen that she acquired “a job offer at Harper’s Magazine in New York as a copy editor’s assistant.” (499). She also tells her that she “went to the paper on Friday and quit” and told Mr. Golden that she believed Aibileen should take her spot. (512) Skeeter acquired Aibileen a job at the newspaper, for a black woman during this time to acquire a job at a white newspaper, earning as much as Skeeter had before been unheard of.
There have never really been answers about what happened with Casey Anthony when her daughter went missing. A new book is now out about Anthony that was written by Dominic Casey, a private eye the family hired. This new book tells a lot about the case from what he found while investigating Casey Anthony and trying to figure out what happened to her daughter Caylee. Radar Online shared what this new book will reveal. This book actually claims that Casey Anthony drove around with her daughter in the car for five days before getting rid of the body.