On January 28, 1853, Don Mariano de los Santos Martí y Navarro and Leonor Antonia de la Concepción Micaela Pérez y Cabrera gave birth to Don José Julián Martí y Pérez, generally known as Don José Martí in Havana, Cuba. Ironically, Don José Martí was exiled at a young age, sending him to other countries that prevented him from settling on the country he called home and so much wanted to liberate. Don José Martí became Cuba’s national hero after unifying the movement for Cuba’s independence from Spain with literature and giving the ultimate sacrifice by losing his life on the battlefield during the Battle of Dos Rios for Cuba’s Liberty. When Don José Martí was born in Cuba, it was the last New World Colony under Spain’s power.
Ariel Castro was born in Puerto Rico on July 10, 1960. He moved to Cleveland, Ohio, in his young years where members of his extended family had already lived. In 1992, Castro bought a house at 2207 Seymour Avenue, he initially lived there with his wife and four children. Castro was very well known within his community. He was the bus driver of his community school.
In this article, the writer talked about Willie Bosket Jr. The person who was in the Woodbourne Correctional Facility Prison. He said that the legislators of New York were thinking to give Bosket a death plenty for him and for other criminals like him. He described Bosket as a monster.
Livan Hernandez has not had the best family life. Hernandez’s family includes a half-brother named Orlando “El Duque” Hernandez. Both born in Villa Clara, Cuba, Livan was born on February 20, 1975 while Orlando was born on October 11, 1965 Orlando has many accomplishments including, playing on the Cuban National team, signing with the Yankees, winning 19 postseason games and 4 World Series with the Yankees, and having 157 strikeouts his rookie year in 1999. Both Orlando and Livan played on the Cuban National team and had success at the pitching position. Orlando has records that still stand to this day.
After this situation, Abelard was threatened by Trujillo brutally. Abelard was convicted to be in prison for 18 years while his wife, Socorro, was pregnant his third child, Beli, who became mother of Oscar and Lola. Socorro dead from car accident but Beli survived. Jackie and her sister, Astrid, were separated and adopted by their relatives, but finally they dead. Jackie found drown in a pool and still don’t know why she did that because she got accepted from school of medicine in France and about to leave.
I would like to thank everyone for attending this ceremony to honor the life of Jose Fernandez. Jose was a rising ace pitcher with the Miami Marlins until his life was cut short to an accident on September 25, 2016. Jose was the life of the dugout no matter the score or inning he was always the one to keep the dugout alive. Jose was born July 31, 1992 in Santa Clara, Cuba to his loving mother Maritza Fernandez. Jose could be seen always having a smile on his face and being the life of whatever was going on.
She passed a man wearing a black jacket which was odd considering it was hot outside. On her way back from her jog she had seen the man again just standing there. So she went through the water to go by him but as she did that the man grabbed her. He dragged her into the woods and attempted to rape her but did not succeed to penetrate. The man beat her up, and brutally assaulted her.
Anthony Sowell, also known as the “Cleveland Stranger”, is an identified American serial killer. Anthony was suspected in the murders of eleven women and arrested in 2009, and later charged with eighty five counts of murder, rape, and kidnapping. Anthony plead not guilty, with reason of insanity, but later change it to not guilty. In July 2011 he was convicted on all, but two counts.
Throughout history, Hispanic-Americans have helped shape Florida. Melquiades (Mel) R. Martinez is one such Hispanic-American who has influenced Florida’s history and culture in many ways, including being the first Cuban-American to serve in the U.S. Senate. From 2005-2009 he served as Senator of Florida. Melquiades was born to Melquiades and Gladys Ruiz Martinez on October 23rd, 1946 in Sagua La Grande, Cuba. In 1962 at the age of 16 he fled Cuba to escape an outbreak of violence in his hometown.
In June 2014 a 35 year old male named Natalio Canete-Perez posed as a young girl on Facebook and began communicating with 2 girls and 1 boy ages 10, 12, and 15 at the time. He exchanged pornographic photos with the children and would force them to keep sending him new photos by threatening them that he would publish the photos they had already sent. Perez even made plans with the 15 year old boy and the 12 year old girl to meet at a local park and proceeded to force them to have sex with each other and then later raped the 12 year old himself while recording with a camera the entire time. Perez was caught when the 10 year old girl told a family member about Perez who called the police. The Police mounted an investigation and arrested Canete-Perez in September of 2014.
Richard "Iceman" Kuklinski was viewed as a normal man by society for much of his adult life. This man was far from normal. Kuklinski was a psychopath and a sociopath who was driven to kill by his troubled childhood and his lifestyle as a paid hit man. This paper will focus on the criminological theory of why Kuklinkski committed these murders. Richard Leonard Kuklinski was born in 1935 to Stanley and Anna Kuklinski ("Meet Notorious Contract Killer Richard Kuklinski").
The United States’ fastest growing ethnic group, Hispanic Americans, have made grand achievements in developing the state of Florida. Through times of discrimination and hardship, it is immensely important to recognize the accomplishments that these individuals have attained. Mel Martinez is a Cuban-Floridian who not only used his political success to fight for the rights of Hispanic Americans, but overcame tremendous obstacles in his homeland, therefore serving as a role model for Hispanic/Latino American youth. First of all, Martinez had overcome a great deal of hardship from his homeland before he had any career in politics. Born in Sagua La Grande, Cuba in 1946, he was forced to flee to America alone in 1962 due to violence in
This is the case of a 64-year-old Winnipeg man named, Miloslav Kapsik. The crime occurred on March 21, 2010 at 12:04 am. Miloslav and his wife, Ludmila Kapsik, 59, were in middle of watching a hockey game, where he suddenly got up, walked to the storage room and grabbed a hammer and started beating his wife. Before he calmly called the police to confess what he had just committed, he cleaned the blood off his hands and face, changed his clothes and sat on the couch for nearly an hour and then called 911 to report “I hurt my wife, send the police”. He beat his wife a minimum of fifty seven hammer strikes to her skull, and a total of one hundred blunt force trauma wounds all over her body.
The result of Juan leaving was major, but it was not what was to be expected. Usually a person falls apart when their spouse leaves them, but Maria becomes extremely cold. When her child dies from complications of birth, Maria,”becomes stolid, refusing even to cry when her child is born and dies”(DeMouy). She still battles on and continues her daily life. When the women and girls offer their sympathies and prayers to Maria, she simplys replies, “Keep your prayers to yourself, Lupe, or offer them for others who need them.