Last Tuesday, November 14th, a rented Home Depot truck hurtled into a bike lane in lower Manhattan taking the lives of eight people, many of them tourists. Five of the victims were Argentines visiting New York City for a 30th High School reunion; another victim was from Belgium. Officials have called this attack the largest terrorist attack in New York City since September 11, 2001. A twenty-nine year old man drove the rented truck on part of the West Side Highway bicycle path before turning towards Chambers Street where the rented truck hit a school bus. The school bus was occupied when it was hit which injured the two adults and two children who were inside the bus.
One American citizen named Philip Zuckerman had a story on July 16. Zuckerman was walking along the street with his German wife and her family. All four of them were Jewish and 140,000 Storm Troopers crowded the streets where they were walking. The family was violently attacked to the ground. This left the family hospitalized.
Betrayal can leads to Change In the novel “Flight”, Sherman Alexie goes through the life of Zits, a boy who had lost his mom when he was 6 years old by cancer and knows that his father was indian and left when he was born. Having lost both parents, had made his life a total mess. He runs away from his foster homes, gets drunk, steals and gets caught by Dave, the police officer who almost always catches him. Dave knows almost everything about zits and has given him many chances to put his life together. He meets Justice, who is a 17 year old boy who teaches zits how to be violent and messes everything up.
Many of you may know the sad story of Trayvon Martin, but for those who do not please listen carefully. Trayvon Marin was a seventeen-year-old boy that was killed by the neighborhood watch leader. Martin was staying at his father’s home that was located in a predominately white neighborhood. On February 26,2012, Martin took a walk to the gas station and purchased a pack of skittles and ice tea and unfortunately on this very same night Trayvon did not return home. Has anyone taken the time to sit back and watch how America’s judicial system tries to slip the racial injustice towards African Americans under the rug.
A 62-year-old veteran fatally beaten after saving two teenagers from a bloody attack, and now he 's being hailed as a hero. James Farmer Jr. was sleeping in his car in downtown Denver on June 16 when he woke up to a man assaulting a pair of teens. He intervened to protect them. Police say the suspect, 28-year-old DeJuan Stamps, then left the teenagers and beat Farmer to death. Farmer tended to find work and send money to his grandchildren and family in Seattle.
On December 10th, a 47-year-old man was arrested after driving onto Arkansas State University campus with propane tanks that were “ready to blow,” and “a shotgun strapped to his back.” Brad Kenneth Bartelt was reported to the police Wednesday after posting on Facebook that “he was homicidal and suicidal.” However, nothing was done until he drove onto the campus at 1:30 PM the next day but within thirty minutes, police officers surrounded and arrested him. John Miller, a student at ASU, was taking a test when Bartelt drove onto the campus. In a phone interview he said that he could see the “green pickup drive onto the lawn in front of the union.” After he had finished his test he saw several women running towards the library and the SWAT team
Mr. Summers is a 26 year old male who presented to the ED with his girlfriend Sydney after driving his car through his neighbor 's yards. He informs ED staff of being told about this incident by his girlfriend. Mr. Summers reports being unaware of his actions. He acknowledge seeing a mental health specialties while in his stay in prison 5 years ago for mild depression. Dr. Snyder requested an assessment to determine the appropriate need for care.
Meanwhile, the evidence shows that himself was committing these bad crimes to his very own daughter. Not only did Bob Ewell committed a sinful act against his family, he blamed his actions on someone else. Obviously, his actions display how he committed evil actions. In addition, he fought and harassed people who he opposed of. This includes Tom’s lawyer and his family, his own family, and townspeople.
It was around 7 on a hot August afternoon in 1965, in a Los Angeles south central neighborhood; when a twenty-one year old man named Marquette Frye was on his way home after a few beers to drop off his Brother. Not far from his house they were pulled over by an officer Lee Minkus who then proceeded to give Marquette Frye a field sobriety test. As Mr. Frye stumbled along the curb his brother Ronald Frye walked a few blocks over to the Frye residence and shortly returned with their mother. As the events unfolded the number of curious onlookers grew. The mother’s initial reaction was to scold the young man for driving in such an inebriated state to which he responded by assuring her that he was, in fact, sober.
The best example is the death of an international student Sai Kiran Goud .On June 15, 2015 this 21 year male, doing his masters at the university in Miami was apparently waylaid by a group of black Americans. On his way to his home black Americans attacked him. The killers asked Goud to handover the money and phone. As he refused to give his iPhone he was killed badly. In this incident the innocence Goud was murdered and his family is having a great shock when they came to know that his only son was murdered at Florida.