President Bush signed a $10 billion relief package within four days of the hurricane, he ordered 7,000 troops to help with relief efforts. There was also concern that many National Guard units were short staffed in states surrounding, because some were deployed overseas and recruiting efforts in schools and the community had been shorted. Due to the slow response to the hurricane, New Orleans's top emergency management official called it a "national disgrace" and questioned when additional aid would actually reach the desperate city. The city's emergency ops chief Terry Ebbert blamed the response on the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The mayor Ray Nagin expressed his anger at what he claimed were lousy reinforcements provided by the President and the federal government.
To what extent do you agree with President Bush´s description of Hurricane Katrina as a natural disaster? In August 2005, over 1,700 people lost their lives as a result of Category 5 hurricane Katrina. The hurricane affected over 90,000 square miles in many of the Gulf Coast states, under which Florida, Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi. (Hurricane Katrina). However, it particularly damaged New Orleans, due to its poor infrastructure and unfortunate geographical location.
Roylott was bitten by the swamp adder causing his death, Sherlock Holmes cannot be held responsible. Sherlock Holmes was forced to protect himself and Helen Stoner, causing him to agitate the snake in the process, sending it back to Dr. Roylott’s room. Secondly, Dr. Roylott has threatened Sherlock Holmes in his home, causing no guilt from Holmes at his death. Finally, Dr. Roylott was intentionally killing Helen and Julia, in order to keep his monthly income of $750. When Sherlock Holmes agitated the snake causing it to bite Dr. Roylott, Sherlock indirectly caused his death; but, Sherlock Holmes cannot be held responsible due to Dr. Roylott being the killer of Julia, and the attempted killer of
The magnitude of super storm Sandy obligated everyone in the facility to evacuate in order to stay alive. Some of the residents of the assisted living facility required special equipment such as wheelchairs, oxygen and special medication in order to be evacuated safely, and due to the severity of the high winds and flooding, the residents or staff members couldn’t drive out of the area. Emergency managers should conduct an assessment of their community in order to identify the individuals with special needs
However, autopsies showed that these charges were false and that police had shot all 10 hostages to death during the hailstorm of gunfire. This attempted cover-up increased the public attack of the raid and prompted a Congressional investigation, but state officials ordered for the D yard to be cleaned up (bulldozed) before they could get cleared to investigate. The Attica riot was the worst prison riot in U.S. history. A total of 43 people were killed, including the 39 killed in the raid as well as 4 others killed by prisoners early in the riot. In the week after the riot, police engaged in brutal punishments against the prisoners, forcing them to run a gantlet of nightsticks and crawl naked across broken glass, among other tortures.
Ed Gein murdered several women after his mother died of a stroke. With his victims skin he made various items, including lampshades, and even a full body suit that he wore around the house. After he was arrested, he spent the rest of his life in Central State Hospital for The Criminally Insane. In the film, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, director Tobe Hooper kept most events from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre the same but changed the things the main character did to make the scenes more intense.
On August 1, 1966, Charles Whitman, a former marine, began sniping students, professors, and police at the University of Texas at Austin from the clock tower. He killed sixteen people and wounded thirty two others. Whitman had to be shot unexpectedly in order to stop this mass shooting. In The New York Times, Manny Fernandez and Dave Montgomery wrote about Texas lawmakers passing a bill that allows guns at college campuses. Texas lawmakers should not have passed a bill, allowing guns at colleges, because it compromises the safety and well-being of all people on campus grounds.
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
The awareness of how diseases were spread led people to learn how to help control epidemics (Shinder). People started realizing that dirt could possibly carry these microorganisms that gave them diseases. That caused people to start bathing a lot more frequently, hoping they will not get sick (Shinder). Germ theory did not directly help improve vaccines and cures for diseases, however, it helped people realize how important good hygiene is, which helped prevent them from getting the disease in the first place (Germ Theory). Also, germ theory allowed women to change their role in society.
Katherine Jackson, who filed a complaint on behalf of the three children of his son, accuses AEG negligence leading to the death of the star. This process is much more murky that you could imagine and continues on that note ... Tuesday, June 11, the Los Angeles police released in the trial photos of the room where Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009. The singer, remember, died from an overdose of Propofol, an anesthetic used in the operating room, but the singer was administered by Dr. Conrad Murray to overcome his insomnia. Murray has since been convicted of involuntary four years in prison homicide. After unveiling unknown details of the general public of the autopsy report, after showing pictures of the corpse, so these are the pictures of the room of Michael Jackson that were shelled during the trial.
P alleges false arrest. P alleges he was visiting his grandmother in a NYCHA building when MOS approached him and arrested him for trespassing. P alleges that a trespass notice was issued to him by NYCHA which prohibited him entering NYCHA property which is not his residence. P alleges that he was removed from the excluded people list and he showed the MOS paperwork showing that he was removed from the list. P alleges at the precinct he suffered an asthma an attack and was taken to the hospital.
They also show how the 5 month period to get those in need as too long and the government should create an emergency Medicare system that can be called on incase of disaster. Nevertheless the most sobering cause to the health care disaster during Katrina is that the system itself is broken with millions uninsured and poor planning all the way up the federal government. With them stating the only way to truly prevent this from happening again “is reform the health system, making it accessible, affordable, and quality-oriented for
Later on in the story Day’s family is dying of the plague and he wanted to save his family since his family is the only thing he had left, so he broke into the hospital and found out that there was no more plague medicine, so he ran, but he has been a bit slow since June’s brother Metias(Hear about him later) stops Day, but Day throws a knife at him and “kills his brother”. June a girl with a perfect trial score parents die, so all she has left is her brother, but when she learns that Day killed her brother, she became super mad , “Day’s exploits used to fascinate