Manson Family Cult Case Charles Manson was the founder of this cult and he was born to Kathleen Maddox who was a sixteen year old girl with no partner in 1934. He had a rough childhood as his mom became an alcoholic and she would give him money for him to fetch beer for her. His mother was also a prostitute and never paid much attention to him. Later on in his life his mother sent him to boarding school and he lived with his religious aunt and uncle. Charles went back to his mother but she didn’t want him back.
Political “Bombshell” “Sex is part of nature. I go along with nature.” ―Marilyn Monroe (“Marilyn Monroe”). What’s ironic about this quote is that this way of thinking led to Marilyn Monroe’s many problems in life with her scandalous affairs and wild sex life. Monroe was known as quite the promiscuous woman as well as a depressed train wreck who was destroying her career/life with drugs and other unhealthy substances. This lifestyle led her to make numerous reckless decisions such as getting involved with politicians which would eventually lead to her passing (Lindsey).
I think the monstrous theme to point out would be just the Wife of Bath. She was a monster within herself and had evil tactics in which her mates never picked up on but were naïve to her wrong doings. For example, “I got the best of each one, finally, By trick, or by force, or by some kind of thing” (page 113). These monstrous tactics she did to lure her mates in by getting them drunk enough to be incoherent and then lie about all of the wrong things that were done to her. Which in turn she would use to her own advantage to get what she wanted out of them.
If a girl runs away if she is caught she will be beaten, raped, starved and a lot more. If they don't find the girl or sometimes even if they do find the girl the traffickers will go after the girl's family and hurt them in extreme ways. Because of the horrible effects sex trafficking leaves on it's victims, they will often turn to drugs to escape the reality of what is happening and or to just numb the pain. Some don't turn to drugs until they are free and some cave in while they are still involves. Now that you know a little bit more about the sex trafficking industry what will you do about
1. Pride = Alison DiLaurentis whom sought out to be the “it girl”. She fakes sincerity in her friendships to maintain her popularity. She must be the center of attention at all times even if it means bashing others and blackmailing her way to the top. Her conniving ways led her to escape town after being followed and harassed by an unknown individual and it caused her to become an alleged victim of murder.
At the risk of poverty and eviction, she resorts to stealing formula for her baby and using her salary to pay her mortgage. Is she really a criminal or just a mother hustling for her family? 2. The apparently normal individual who was carried away by an irresistible impulse. Most crimes that are performed by individuals in this class are mainly crimes of passion or emotions.
Hester and Ingrid both cheat on their husbands and become pregnant from their affairs. Hester Prynne lived in a Puritan community in Boston, Massachusetts during 1642 when she had her affair with Dimmesdale. Previously before coming to Boston, Hester was married, but her husband sent her ahead to live in Boston while he stayed behind to join her later on. However he never came to live with Hester and therefore she had the affair
In Atonement, Briony, a 13 year old girl has a cousin living with her named Lola who confesses she has been raped on this summer night. She also finds out earlier in the day that Robbie wrote her sister a very explicit, sexual note and thinks he is very aggressive. Lola tells Briony that she does not know who did this, so in result she blames Robbie based on the person she thinks he is. When Briony tells the police about the rape they sentence Robbie years in prison and he later is deployed to war so he can be out of prison. He had all hopes and dreams of going to medical school to become a doctor.
Gertrude was a repeated divorcee that was the head of a poor family of seven with a history of being abused by lovers. She dropped out of school when she was only 16 years old in order to pursue a marriage between her and a man name John Baniszewski. John had a volatile temper, often beating his wife for annoying him. Gertrude endured this for 10 years, having 4 children who she gained custody of after her and John’s divorce. Gertrude immediately married a new man by the name of Edward Guthrie.
Sex trafficking of women is a complicated situation with many causes that affect women's decisions to work abroad. One of the many reasons would be a desperate economic situation. Women may become victims of trafficking when they run away from home or when they don't have other options than get into prostitution. Such as Ms. Roberta case, she was was kidnapped by a group of men in La Paz, El Salvador who sexually abused her and forced her into prostitution for two years. She escaped and fled to the U.S. and a social worker trained in child trafficking protection, identified her as a trafficking survivor.
These women, after having sex with their partners, for pay, end up murdering them. Revenge Killers Revenge killers are typically driven by obsession of hatred, love, or jealousy. These types of killers are most common. They strike with a fatal vengeance. Profit
As Griselda grew up she was experiencing developmental psychology, the development of an individual through the course of their life. She has experienced abuse from a parent and is a criminal all before reaching adulthood, she also a very terrible financial status. Her and her mother were poor and they lived in a poor neighborhood. There was also a lot of violence going on around the country due to the civil war, all the violence she witnesses, the abuse, and their financial status would cause her to act in more serious crimes. She would soon resort to kidnapping in order to make money, she had gone into a wealthy neighborhood and kidnapped a boy from his family.
Amy fits 6 of the 7 diagnostic criteria for Antisocial Personality Disorder. “Failure to conform to social norms with respect to lawful behaviors, as indicated by repeatedly performing acts that are grounds for arrest” is one criterion that Amy fits because she has committed many acts throughout her life in which she could have been arrested for. For example, she has stolen money from her husband on multiple occasions to save up for when she will go missing. Stealing money from another person goes against social norms, as this would typically be an action that would result in a penalty or arrest. She was also arrested for assault and framing someone for her own disappearance, meaning she has difficulty following the law.
There were multiple famous illegal activities for hire in Britain’s 1920s. Some of the very famous illegal activities for hire were a hitman, prostitution, smuggling drugs, illegal espionage, thievery, insurance fraud, and smuggling alcohol to the United States. A hitman is a person you can hire to assassinate, kill, someone. It was very popular because it was an easy way to get rid of someone. Prostitution was mainly an illegal female activity where they would let people use their bodies for money, some males participated in it too.