Would you believe that the mastermind of three murders could be out of jail in just eight years? Do you think it is fair that the other person involved with the murders was sentenced to life in jail and will only be eligible for parole after serving 25 years? Would it change your mind after knowing that the mastermind is just an 12-year-old? Jasmine Richardson was the 13 year old behind this terrible murder. Most wouldn’t believe someone that young could come up and go through with something that terrible. Jasmine and her boyfriend, Jeremy committed the murder. Jeremy was 23 years-olds. Jasmine was released just 10 years after the murder and he was sentenced to life. According to Antonia Monticelli’s article, “Murderous Children: Jasmine …show more content…
Jasmine met this boyfriend at a goth concert, they instantly were attracted to each other. Jasmine was not dressed like your average 12 year-old, she had her makeup done , hair done, etc. She did not look like an 12 year-old she seemed older. Jasmine instantly fell in love with Jeremy and his lifestyle. Jeremy has been a member of this web page about vampires, he believe he’s a 300 year-old werewolf and also convinced Jasmine he was also. Jasmines family did not agree with her boyfriend nor like him, they grounded her several time trying to prevent her from seeing him. Grounded her from seeing her boyfriend was the main reason they killed her family. Before they went on trial Jeremy purposed to …show more content…
When it came down to her choosing “guilt or not guilty” Jasmine couldn't even get over a whisper hardly but, she said he was not guilty. The trial didn’t last that only about a month. In July of 2007 they found Jasmine Richardson guilty on 3 counts of murder. After that Jasmine was sentenced to 10 years in jail which is the maximum sentence someone her age can receive. She was only 14 so she wasn't quite old enough to charge as an adult. Her sentence came with 18 hours credit served with four years she’d have to go to a psychiatric place. In 2015 is when Jasmine would be released and she then be 23 years-old. In 2008 Jeremy was sentenced to life and was convicted of three counts of murder. Jeremy will be up for parole after he serves for 25
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Krystal survived, but Katy did not and the house had not been robbed of anything but possible evidence that could have been left behind. After being questioned he was found linked and possibly the cause of over 20 other rape and murder victims. However he wasn’t sentenced until 2000. In 2003 the state of Texas found him guilty of the murder of Katy Harris and sentenced him to death on November 8, 2000. He was executed in April of 2014.
From the age of five, nothing could stop Catherine Granado from playing hockey. As she grew, so did her love and skill for the sport; so much so that she skated her way to the Olympics in 1998 and brought home the Gold Medal. Cammi Granado attended Province College, where she played on the school’s hockey team. She became the best player on the team, leading them to two national championships and being the European Civil Aviation Conference player of the year for three consecutive years. In 1990, she was accepted onto the first United States national women’s hockey team, and became that team’s leading goal scorer with thirty goals in twenty-five games.
In the spring of 1994, Black stood trial. He denied the charges. The prosecution were able to place him at the scenes and show the similarities between the three killings and with the kidnap of the six-year-old girl who had been rescued .On May 19, the jury found Black guilty on all counts, and he was sentenced to life imprisonment and told that he should serve at least 35 years behind bars before being considered for parole. This would keep him behind bars for long period time since he will be 82 years old if he is still alive.
Today I interviewed my Tia Maria, she is my mothers aunt who is 89 years old. Maria lives in old San Juan Puerto Rico with her daughter Suky. She has lived on the island all of her life. I had the privilege to interview her and learn some great facts about her life and listen to a couple of great stories about her good old days on the shorelines of Puerto Rico. I was pretty impressed on how they lived and how much they depended on the land for substance and gain.
Sean Taylor was born on April 1, 1983, in Miami, Florida. At the age of 3, his parents divorced. So, his father and stepmother, Josephine Taylor, in the Richmond Heights area of Miami-Dade County, primarily raised him. Sean played high school football at Gulliver Preparatory School, where he participated as running back on offense and defensive back and linebacker on defense.
Future poet Lucy Terry was born in West Africa. The exact date of her birth is unknown, though it is thought she might have been born as early as the 1720s. Historical records on Lucy’s life are extremely limited and thus details of her history have been taken away from scholarly research and conjecture. Lucy was captured when she was a very young girl by slave traders who brought her to Rhode Island. There she was believed to have been first bought by Samuel Terry, who lived in Enfield, Connecticut.
On day on January 1,1863, Susie King Taylor was with many people who heared a performance of President Lincoln enslaving all people in U.S.A. As womans who clean cloths, “the First South Carolina Volunteers, Union Army troops that” created parties, “she won a great deal in common with “her” soldiers”. Susie’s life, 14 years old Susie was a new freed slave having fun once in a lifetime moment. “She spent her days washing cloths, comforting the wounded and the sick, and teaching both adults and children to read and write, all without getting paid. which, she recognized as being good or important, it would be good if she got paid”, ( black past ) “Susie baker king taylor was born on the Grest Farm in Liberty County, Georgia, on August 6, 1848, she was raised as an enslaved person.”
In the documentary “When Kids Get Life” by Ofra Bikel we see five men who were sentenced to life in prison for committing crimes in their teens. We hear the stories of how it happened, why it happened, and what life is like for them today. This documentary sheds light on the battle that juveniles face when they commit crimes and the judicial system. This documentary relates heavily in the material we learn because although it is about teenagers who receive life in prison, the judicial system plays a key role.
Natasha Trethewey, undoubtedly one of the most well-known southern modern contemporary poets often expresses her feelings of poetry stating, “I think there is a poem out there for everyone, to be an entrance into the poetry and a relationship with it” (CITE). Trethewey was born on April 26, 1966 in Gulfport, Mississippi. Her parents, Gwendolyn Ann Turnbough and Eric Trethewey, were both prestigious workers in the community as a biracial couple. Trethewey’s childhood during the twentieth century was unlike any childhood during the twenty-first century. Growing up as a biracial child, during the Civil Rights Movement drove Trethewey to silence her judgements towards societies view of her.
Vera Claythorne is a murder for killing a young boy named Cyril. She killed Cyril because he would inherit all of the family money, and not her boyfriend, Hugo. Hugo was too poor to support a family, so he and Vera couldn’t get married. Vera’s family will probably be affected by this because she was an innocent woman until she killed this poor little boy. Claythorne’s family will never be trusted with kids for generations after generations.
Sadly, the youngest person in jail was Dorcas Good. She was only 4 years old. Her just-born sister died soon after birth, which Dorcas witnessed. It is said she caused the baby’s death. She also witnessed her mom getting hanged after being accused of witchcraft.
Katherine Knight 1 OVERVIEW OF THE CRIME On February 29th of 2000, after finally getting fed up with the constant assaults he endured from his partner; Katherine Knight, John price went to the Scone Magistrates court to take out an apprehended violence order (AVO) against Katherine, in a hope to keep her away from his kids and himself once and for all. Later that night, an unknowing Katherine Knight turned up to John Price’s house and they went on to have sexual intercourse. After this, Knight stabbed Price in his sleep, resulting in Price attempting to run away down the hall, this, however was an unsuccessful attempt and knight ended up stabbing him at-least a further 36 times.
Anastasia Hayes by Sensen Yes, I was there at the making of the flag. I was believed to be one of the first people on the goldfields. I was born on the 1818 at Castle, country Kilkenny, Ireland, I Anastasia Hayes (my maiden surname was Butler), was a handy sewer and a true rebel. I helped sew the Eureka flag.
Kayla Montgomery is worth admiring because she is still chasing her dream while being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. MS blocks nerve signals which causes her legs to go numb while running in the races. Kayla is one of the fastest long distance runners in the country and is a freshman on an athletic scholarships at Nashville’s Lipscomb University. With her condition, she has no feeling whatsoever while running when her body temperature gets higher and higher. People feel as if that isn 't fair-