Rifkin was driving his mother’s Toyota when he picked up a prostitute, Tiffany Bresciani, he strangled her in the backseat of the car and drove home. He pulled off to Kmart to buy a blue tarp to wrap her up in. The next day, his mother drove the car without noticing the body in the back of the truck. Afterward, he moved her body to the back to his garage.
Direct Evidence- Karla Brown was found face down in a bucket of water with her hands tied behind her back. The investigators found that the body was staged, two soacks were neatly tied around karla's eyes which was unlikely if there was a struggle. The soacks were also from inside the house, which meant the killer went through the house. The electrical cord that tied karla's arms back were to loose to restrain her. She was found with a sweater that she wouldn't wear in the summer, the sweaters button were fasten with wouldn't be possible if she was in a struggle.
Emmett Till did not live a very long life. He was 14 years old when he was killed. He was born July 25, 1941 and died August 28, 1955. Till’s murder was the action that pushed forward the civil rights movement. Born in Chicago, Illinois he was an only child to Louis and Mamie Till He never knew his father, who was a private in the army during World War II.
The serial killer I am researching is Ed Gein. He was born on August 27, 1906 and died on July 26, 1984. He was born in La Crosse, Wisconsin. He lived with his dad, his mom, and his older brother named Henry.
When thinking of a close-knit killing team, couple Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka may surface in our minds. Better known as The Ken and Barbie Murders, the blue-eyed, blonde duo were a haunting fit for one another. Paul Kenneth Bernardo was born in Toronto, Ontario on August 27, 1964. His family was extremely wealthy, but highly dysfunctional. His father, Kenneth, was abusive to his mother, Marilyn.
Bystander behaviour can generally be described as the actions people take when they witness an emergency situation in a public place. There have been many studies on bystander behaviour, this essay will explore two approaches to explain this behaviour. It will look at the experimental method performed by Latané and Darley and at the discourse analysis done by Levine. First the essay will describe and outline the methods.after that it will examine the similarities as well as the contrast between those techniques. Latané and Darley did their research on bystander behaviour in the aftermath of the murder case of Catherine `Kitty´ Genovese,which happened in the Suburbs of New York in 1964.
It was October of 1999 when Doug Chapin was working as an editor on the copy desk of the Tribune Chronical in Warren, Ohio. He was editing a story about a double murder that occurred involving a woman and her 12-year-old daughter found dead in their home. The reporter on duty used the police report as the source and described the scene exactly how it was in the police report. Included in the report stated that the girl was nude from the waist down, and semen was found on her body. Immediately Chapin questioned the nature and explicitness of the description.
The Boston Strangler, whose real name was Albert DeSalvo, was arrested and charged in 1964 with the murder of over ten women in the Boston Area. While he was convicted and sentenced to life, there were still doubts about whether or not he was the actual killer, or if there were others involved. It was for this reason that the case of murder with one victim was left open, as there was not enough conclusive evidence to lay blame to DeSalvo. That evidence came almost 60 years later where, in 2013, the Boston Police department was able to close the case after using new DNA technology to identify DeSalvo as the killer. Up until this point, technology in sequencing and genomic testing was not nearly as advanced, but with the advent of the
The Life of George Russell Jr. George Russell was born in April, 1958 in Florida, USA. When he was 6 months old, his parents divorced and he stayed with his mother. Later on in 1964, his mother remarried to another man and moved to Seattle to live with her new husband, a dentist named Wonzel Mobley. In 1970, he was 12 years old and was starting to get in trouble with truancy, so he was given work around the Mercer Island Police Station. He then started to help the cops with robberies and was then considered an insider for the police.
Who is Edward Jenner and what did he accomplish? Edward Jenner created the cure for smallpox, a deadly disease back in the late 18th century. Jenner was elected as Foreign Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences along with being appointed as the Physician Extraordinary for King George Ⅳ( “Edward Jenner Facts”). He is now known as the “Father of Immunology” because he conducted experiments during his lifetime that not only cured one of the deadliest diseases at the time, but made large scientific advancements in doing so (“History - Edward Jenner”). Edward Anthony Jenner was born on May 17th, 1749.
Introduction John Wayne Gacy was one of the most notorious serial killers in the 1970’s. Killing over thirty three teenage boys, Gacy was also one of the most successful serial killers of his time. Known as “The Killer Clown” Gacy often dressed as a clown as a hobby in order to entertain sick children and also supply his fetish for young boys. His first known instance of sodomization occurred with one of his teenage employees who brought charges against him in May of 1968. Gacy repeatedly proclaimed his innocence saying that the sec was consensual but he was eventually charged and put in jail after being deemed fit for trial after a psychiatric investigation.
George Washington was America’s most essential man. He experienced the loss of his father at a young age, yet he became a successful plantation owner, a major in the Virginia militia, a politician, a general and the first president of the United States of America. Though he experienced many adversities in life he was able to take these experiences and use them to better a country. George Washington created a new government for the United Sates of America in his own image which was moral, fair and responsible because of his own life experiences as a general, politician and entrepreneur. George Washington was born on February 22nd, 1732.