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?
Nelson dropped out of school in the 8th grade to pursue the street life. By the age of 12 Nelson was an accomplished car thief but as stated earlier was sentenced to jail time. While in jail Nelson’s father killed himself, blaming his father's suicide on himself he would save a portion of the money he stole to help support the family. At one point in Nelson’s life he was labeled by the FBI “Public enemy
An incident occurred between a father and his son, where the son murdered his father for a ration of food. Also a Gypsy had attacked Elie’s father when he asked where the bathrooms were. Sadly, Elie doesn’t escape this horrific fate. When his father had grown sick, he had to stay in a cabin with others who were sick as well. Elie tried to help him, but he soon grew tired of helping his father and felt relieved when his father had died; he felt free.
He eventually gave investigators the exact spot under his garage where he had buried the body. Before digging up under the garage, investigators and police decided to search the crawlspace of the house first where they found remains of a corpse. By December 22, 1978, Gacy eventually confessed to all 30 murders that he had committed; He admitted to stuffing a sock or the victims underwear into their mouths so they couldn't scream and would kill them by asphyxiation as he sodomized them. In addition to this disgusting and detailed confession, Gacy also admitted to leaving corpses to rot under his bed for hours and sometimes days before actually burying them in his
No. Did someone gamble away all the education and retirement funds? No. With endless questions being answered in the same manner I was at a loss to why he could suddenly, after nineteen years of seemingly happy marriage, call it quits without a word. As if that wasn’t enough, five days after my dad excommunicated his family I watched my one year old puppy get hit by a car, dragged across train tracks and around the block for a little less than a kilometer until he was finally dislodged and dragged from under said car by yours truly.
Another guy I knew really did threaten to have his personal enemies killed by hired gunmen after the war” (Vonnegut 1). Paul Lazzaro, the new identity given to an actual fellow POW, tells Billy that anyone who tries to touch him should kill him, lest Lazzaro have them killed in return (Vonnegut 175). Billy, after surviving the dreadful events of the novel that far, was just as traumatized by Lazzaro’s story of revenge against a dog. Similarly, he later reminisces about “the poor old high school teacher, Edgar Derby,” who was caught “with a teapot he had taken from the catacombs” before being “tried and shot” (Vonnegut 274). These parallels of Pilgrim and Vonnegut highlight the events of both men 's lives,
According to Ed, the boys got separated. After the fire was put out Ed went for the cops and told them his brother was missing, yet he led them right to his body. Henry had bruises on his head even though they had their suspicion, they were dismissed. After Ed’s brother Henry's death Ed's Mother died on November 16, 1945 after a series of strokes. Now Ed was alone in the
Our next comparison concludes how the war in A Separate Peace and how Neil Perry’s parents in Dead Poets Society affects both stories deeply. The war had a constant pressure on the boys at Devon. All the characters in A Separate Peace knew that after they graduated from Devon, they would have to enlist in World War II. The character Leper Lepellier was the first to join the army and returned mentally impaired just from basic training. The Super Suicide Society of the Summer Session was formed to escape this pressure, which later ended in tragedy from Finny’s death.
Nurture is more important than nature because with good nurturing what nature has given somebody can be erased or made better. Perry Smith had nature curse him but nurture fail him. In his childhood he recalls his parents fighting from an early age. He witnessed his father beating his mother. Perry showed signs of abnormality in his childhood several times such as the time he took a gun and pretended to shoot his brother.
Cops And Cars / By: Regan.L “RUN,” Bryan said. The two brothers jump out of the car. 10 minutes earlier Bryan was illegally driving his brother’s ricer ‘98 Honda Civic Hatch, but now he was caught because of his brother’s stupid fart can, the residents had called the police because of the noise. The cops had been chasing them for about five minutes now. Ty said to hide behind the dumpsters.
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.
It is sad to even think about it now. The two men that murdered little Emmett was the husband of the girl that he talked to in the store, and the man’s cousin. “African American from Chicago, is brutally murdered for flirting with a white woman four days earlier. His assailants-the white woman’s husband and her brother-made Emmett carry a 75-pound cotton-gin fan to the bank of the Tallahatchie River and ordered him to take off his clothes. The two men then beat him nearly to death, gouged out his eye, shot him in the head, and then threw his body, tied to the cotton-gin fan with barbed wire, into the River.” ( website history).
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.