Then, on work duty an old woman chooses to be burned alive along with her books. A few days later, he hears from his boss that Clarisse has been killed by a speeding car. He soon sought out the answer if he was really happy, and searched it in the books that he had stolen and hid in his air vent.
Everyone saw Shipman as a caring family doctor. And nobody knows when exactly he started killing his patients and exactly how many died in his hands. But his killing spree was brought to an end because of of a very determined woman, Angela Woodruff, the daughter of one of his patients. She refused to accept what was the explorations given for her mother 's death. Kathleen Grundy a 81 year old wealthy widow was found dead in her home on June 24 1998,Following an early visit from Shipman, Woodruff was a lawyer and handled everything of her mother 's and she came to the fact that her mother had left a bulk of her estate for Shipman
The paramedics rushed Jailah to the hospital, but she was pronounced dead shortly after arriving at the hospital. Jailah 's mother is devastated. However, she has stated that she can sleep better at night knowing the man who killed her daughter is off the streets. Max attempted to hide evidence from the accident by putting a gray tarp over his car. Police officers had released a video of the accident.
Few years later Bessie started feeling sick. Bessie went to the hospital and found out she had aids and was pregnant again. Bessie told Christopher she was pregnant and he fainted. When Christopher came back he said you can’t be pregnant because I’m married and I have 2 kids back at home already. Bessie started living in depression after Christopher wanted nothing to do with her and Bessie threaten to tell his wife.
Children at the same age as Perry, 13, will one day be in a home where they have to survive on their own, then the next they are in an orphanage. The mother of Perry Smith passed away soon after she left his father. The battle she fought was an enthusiastic battle with alcohol, the next day she lost and choked on her own vomit, this was probably the worst experience of Perry Smith’s life. When Perry Smith’s mother died, when she left the children, they moved into a Catholic orphanage where Perry got beaten for wetting the bed.
A teenager mother from Mississippi, Sabrina Butler was first known as the only female offender on Mississippi’s death row who was convicted for child abuse and the murder of her infant son. On the eve of April 11th, 1989, Sabrina Butler arrived at the hospital after midnight with a nine-month-old Walter Dean Butler, who was unresponsive at the scene. She claimed that she have found the baby when he unexpectedly stopped breathing, and after multiple failed attempts to resuscitate her son, she rushed to the emergency room and seek helps from medical professionals who are more knowledgeable on the matter. Sadly, her child was pounced died by the doctors following their visit to the hospital. The next day, while Sabrina was asked to give her statements at the local police station, the prosecutors arrested Sabrina under the charges of capital murder.
The last external force that changed Sal was the fears she gained when she heard that her mom was dead. In the novel Sal gained fears of a whole bunch of life threatening things when her mom died. On page 12 Sal says, “For example, I was terrified of car accidents, death, cancer, brain tumors, nuclear war, pregnant woman, loud noises, strict teachers, elevators, and scads of other things.” This proves that Sal developed fears when her mom died. This is because Sal’s mom picked her up when she got hurt and killed the baby so now Sal is afraid of that.
(An autopsy done by the Stark County Coroner’s Office concluded her death was a homicide by virtue of neglect.) He spoke of how the brothers admitted knowing their mother was unable to take proper care of herself in the weeks immediately preceding her death. Delores Bevington lost the ability to get up and move and clean herself, and was confined to a couch, onto which the urine and feces from her decomposing adult diaper had spilled. The diaper also was filled with maggots and bugs and her thighs and buttocks were covered with open sores and one patch of blackened and rotting flesh, noting the evidence was so overwhelming it contradicts the claim they were unaware of the seriousness of her condition.
Police were summoned to the home on Aug. 1, 2014. They found Jarrod Tutko Jr., shrunken and dead, rolled in a blanket. His sister was clinging to life in her own bedroom but has since recovered, according to court testimony. Kimberly Tutko portrayed herself as a battered wife who wished only that her son could come back to life so that she could apologize for not being a better mother. Her attorney, Michael Palermo, said she was a classic battered woman, the victim of a man who knew how to hurt her without leaving visible
“The Yellow Wall-paper”, by Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s and “A Rose for Emily”, by William Faulkner are both short stories in which both female characters share an unstable psychological condition. In each story, the female character loves their husbands but is oppressed by them in their role of being a stereotypical woman. In the early eighteen and nineteen hundreds, females were expected to become dependent on men for their livelihood, which at the times lead to depression and hysteria of being a submissive female. The male characters were seen as being inferior between the women.
In the case of filicide or false confession, the case takes place in the Netherlands in 2006, a mother of two children Kim made a call to emergency services claiming that someone broke into her home attacked her and killed her two children. Kim stated that the assailant Benny was looking for her ex-boyfriend Richard who owed the assailant money. During the call to emergency services, Kim told the dispatcher there was blood everywhere, based on her crying and inability to speak clearly Kim seemed to be suffering confusion as well as extreme distress and panic. Upon arrival at the home of Kim, officers found the lifeless bodies of her children, Roxanne age 2 and Don age 6 months who were both stabbed to death in their beds (de Ruiter & Kaser-Boyd, 2015). Kim is escorted by officers from her home to the police station where she is informed that her children are dead, her response in uncontrollable crying.
In 1917, a woman named Elizabeth Huntley decapitated her own daughter. When her case was brought to trial, doctors and professionals wrote it off as depression. Friends and family described that Huntley was a joyful woman until the air raids happened in London. She had nervous breakdowns during the air raids and even more so when her children screamed and cried. Before her doctor got her out of London and away from her children, she had already murdered her child.
“Now that you started to menstruate, what happened to her could happen to you. Don’t humiliate us. You wouldn’t want to be forgotten as if you had never been born. ”(WP) Did her aunt really commit suicide for being shameful for being pregnant out of wedlock?