The Murder Trial of Biggie Smalls Rathbone, William Unit 7 Assignment CJ 101 Wallace Biggie was one of the most powerful rappers before getting murdered in drive by shooting in March of 1997. At time he was killed the police had many theories of why he got murdered on that day. The police had multiple suspects about who did it but wasn’t sure of who or why they murdered Biggie Smalls. On that day Biggie was on his way to the hotel from the music party. When his SUV came up to the stop light, he could hear someone call his name, so he rolled his back window down to see who that’s when he was shot multiple times in the torso and then the suspects drove away from the murder.
The story of Ronald Gene Simmons. On the 22nd of December, 1987 the worst mass murder in Arkansas history took place. A man by the name of Ronald Gene Simmons went on a killing spree. He started off by killing his wife, kids, and his three year old granddaughter, but it didn’t stop there. He killed his family and quite a few harmless townspeople because he went insane, because why else would you kill harmless people?
Teresa Giudice is set to be out of prison in less than 10 days and now everyone wants to see her big reunion with her family. On December 23, Teresa will be done with her time in prison and released to go home. Radar Online is now sharing that Giudice doesn 't want the Bravo cameras there for The Real Housewives of New Jersey while it all goes down. Officials would never agree to letting the cameras be there to watch Giudice leave. They have not allowed any filming inside the prison while she has been there, but of course Bravo was able to hear Giudice 's voice through the phone.
Seven million three-hundred thousand Children nationally are affected with parents having to be in jail for days, weeks, months, and even years. For ten days I was affected by my father being in jail at Leavenworth County Jail. To some, this is nothing but to my family this was a big deal. Not only was he gone for ten days, which was longer then he’d ever been gone before, but we had to take him there and watch as he walked away from his wife, his kids, and his freedom.
The fear that someone in my family could be deported becomes a reality when my step-father is arrested in 2010 after a car accident. I’m 11 years old when this happens, so I’m fully aware that he is not a citizen of this country and that it will be very long before I get to see him again. I remember my little sister and I sleeping in my mom’s bed every single night when he
Living during this period, it seemed like the growth of prisons were becoming a new way of life in America. It seemed like more people were being incarcerated for no reason. I know that because, even my own father was incarcerated because he was framed for a crime he didn’t commit. It was hard for me growing up to understand the idea that my father was not going to be in my life until I was about 16 years old. He went to jail when I was about three, so that was a total of 13 years that my father had to miss of my childhood.
He was found guilty because of a murder case of his friend Perry. The evidence that convicted James was three hair samples that found in James 's van, the RCMP said they were Harder 's. But before James’s arrest, he committed a crime along with his friend Perry. They were running a “chop shop,” they cut apart stolen vehicles and sold the parts. In November 1989, the police arrested both James and Perry.
An example of the first type of violence, character to character, can be seen in the film Gridiron Gang. In the film, Roger, a member of the 88’s gang is hit by a car, driven by members of the 95’s gang. Since Roger was a part of the 95’s rival gang, he was targeted and killed. Because of Roger’s death, his best friend, Willie was angry and went home with a gun, which he eventually used to shoot his mother’s abusive boyfriend. As a result, Willie is sent to a detention center, which is where the base of the movie begins.
In 1972, the same year we remarried, he committed his first murder on January 3. Gacy would lure his victims driving around town and pretended to be a police officer. His primary target was young men, who was in between the ages of nine to twenty and seemed to be a “runaway”. Next, Gacy would lure them back to his house to torture, rape, and strangle. At last, he would depose the bodies by burying under his house into his crawl space.
A 12-year-old boy and his 10-year-old sister were sentenced to 40 years in an adult high-security prison, for convicting a murder. To someone who doesn’t look at the age of these kids 18 years does not even seem long enough for murdering someone, but when you think about a child who just started middle school and is going to be in a jail with older criminals who have been committing crimes there whole life they are put in a traumatizing event that will have high consequences in the future. Like many children, these kids have problems with themselves or in their life that they couldn’t get help. While committing the crime the kids probably didn’t even realize what they were doing or what the consequences could be. These kids like are other kids who are put into high-security prison have no chance of fixing their life once they get out and are 45 times more likely to become super predators and commit worse crimes in the future.
The False Accusation of an innocent man Leroy Orange puts him onto Death Row. Leroy Orange and his half brother Leonard Kidd were accused for the murder of 4 people, who I will go into more depth later. From a corrupt cops torture Orange to the verge of death. Leroy Orange was accused of Charges of murders, concealment of homicidal death and aggravated arson.
Jacob Ind planned two murders at the age 15. The murders were his mother and his stepfather. Jacob killed his step father by shooting him in the head and soon after killing his mother as well. Jacob was physically, emotionally and sexually abused by his stepfather and physically and emotionally abused by his mother. Jacob was depressed and soon after the depression he started to cut.
Jacob Hunt is a teenage boy with Asperger’s syndrome. He’s useless at learning how to be social and make friends or expressing himself to others however, Jacob can focus on one subject like many other kids with Asperger’s. In Jacob’s case, it’s forensic analysis and solving crime scenes. He’s always showing up at all the crime scenes thanks to his police scanner up in his room, and is always telling the police what to do or how to solve it … and he’s usually correct!
In 1971, Philip Zimbardo set out to conduct an experiment to observe behavior as well as obedience. In Philip Zimbardo’s Stanford Prison experiment, many dispute whether it was obedience or merely conforming to their predesigned social roles of guards and prisoners that transpired throughout the experiment. Initially, the experiment was meant to test the roles people play in prison environment; Zimbardo was interested in finding out whether the brutality reported among guards in American prisons was due to the sadistic personalities of the guards, disposition, or had more to do with the prison environment. This phenomenon has been arguably known to possibly influencing the catastrophic similarities which occurred at Abu Ghraib prison in 2003.The
In the play Twelve Angry Men there was a man prosecuted with the stabbing his father at the chest. 12 Jurors had to decide if the boy was guilty or not, I would say he is not guilty for two main reasons. First a quote in the book stated “I think it’s logical to say that she was not wearing her eye glasses to bed, and I don’t think she put them on to casually look out the window” (page 61). This quote shows that the witness from the plaintiff could not have seen the crime happen without her glasses on. My last reasoning on why I think the boys not guilty is because Juror 5 said “ who’s ever used a switch blade befor would never stab the knife downward” (page 56).