In early March of 1995, there was a meeting between Selena, Saldivar, and Selena’s family about a money situation. They noticed that money was missing from the boutique and they knew that Saldivar took the money. Later that month, Selena went to meet Saldivar at a hotel because she thought Saldivar was going to pay her back the money she owed. When she realized it was a trap, it was too late. Employees noticed Selena running away but was fatally shot with a bullet that pierced through her lung.
Dentist Robert Geary contends that Scientologists not only called his bank to increase his credit card limit, but also forged his signature on a $20,000 loan application. At one point, Geary claims, Scientologists even held his wife, Dorothy, hostage for two weeks in a mountain cabin, after which she was hospitalized for a nervous breakdown. The Church of Scientology not only takes the money of its followers, but it has also takes a lives. Noah Lottick, a former member of Scientology, was a Russian Studies student who committed suicide shortly after leaving the Church of Scientology. The Church of Scientology just is not good for
When Marilyn noticed that the heater had been removed she again called Sunkissed, but she was told “not to worry.” When Sunkissed showed up to install the heater, they realized that the heater had been stolen. Who was responsible for the loss of the heater? Fully explain your answer. I believe that the Company Sunkissed should be completely held accountable for the stolen pool heater. First off, a common law rule called the perfect tender rule was not taken as seriously
Name of case: Reed v. King Court: California Court of Appeals Citation: 193 Cal. RPTR. 130 (1983) Parties & their roles: Dorris Reed (Plaintiff/petitioner); Robert King (Respondent/defendant) Facts: Dorris Reed purchased a home from Robert King; Mrs. Reed paid $76,000 for this property. Mrs. Reed found out from her neighbors once she had moved in, that Mr. King failed to disclose that ten years earlier a mother and her four children had been murdered in the home. She also learned the house carried a stigma due to its history, which causes appraisers to evaluate the true worth of the home to be $65,000.
Lane via text and Sgt. Lane told her to report it as well. At 6:06 pm, Schemer sent Lt. Manns an email detailing her concern about Hale’s statements. When asked about the content of the text messages between her and Anderson and Lane, Schemer advised that she deleted the text from her phone. Director Smith pressed Schemer to explain why she had not reported the incident earlier in the day and she explained that Hale hangs around the police precinct and she did not want him to know she was reporting him.
BOOM! After sitting in a long trial for a few days and being betrayed by her main witness, Alex Cooper had two investigations on her hands. Alex Cooper is head of the DA’s office and is on trial for the death of Amanda Quillian. Amanda Quillian was a housewife and has said to be murdered by her husband Brendan Quillian. In the heat of the trail an explosion of a 300-foot water tunnel under New York City has Amanda believing Brendan had something to do with it.
Soon after, one of the senator’s investigators attempted to blackmail Murrow for having sympathizer affiliations. The plan backfired, but the line had been drawn in the sand between both parties and the conflict was further set into motion. Murrow and Friendly had been cautious towards airing an episode specifically against McCarthy, but they knew it was time to make the move. While Murrow and his team prepared for the match against McCarthy, See It Now’s episodes centered on topics centered around the flawed practice of McCarthyism, including wiretaps, fifth amendment rights, and congressional investigations (Edwards 113). In days leading up to the episode’s airing, staff members and editors worried that their names would fall victim to the McCarthyism witch-hunt.
(...) Elizabeth I have confessed it! Elizabeth: Oh, God (...) Proctor: She only thought to save my name” (miller 113) In the scene Danforth asks Elizabeth is john had ever committed adultery. Elizabeth lied to the court that John was not a lecher, when she clearly knew he was a lecher. This lie was Elizabeth’s first lie and it was to save her husband's name. She said it “faintly” as if she felt bad for] but still said it to save her husband.
A mammography tech learned that the hard way in October 2008. According to Louise Dickson on timescolonist.com, Joy McKerr sued the clinic itself and the mammo tech she had, due to outright negligence. The article states that during the exam, she was in extreme pain and asked the tech to stop the procedure. The tech did not listen and continued anyway, causing McKerr to swell and bruise almost instantly, and the injury did not heal for several months. The patient was diagnosed with breast cancer four months later, which she believed to be caused by this issue.
supervisor, that he was revitalizing the questions right into her use an exclusive e-mail web server as assistant of state. She claimed that choice, by propelling the e-mail debate back right into the information 11 days prior to Election Day, had actually stopped her energy in the essential closing days of the race and also avoided her from finishing her project with a hopeful debate to citizens. A 2nd letter from Mr. Comey, removing her 2 days prior to the political election, worsened the injury to her opportunities, Mrs. Clinton informed the benefactors, feeding right into a story that the competition was "set up" and also creating fluctuating citizens, consisting of white rural ladies, to