In the film, Red is the narrator and he was convicted of murder twenty years prior to the start of the film. Throughout the film, Red is considered to be the prison smuggler and he was the person who helped Andy acquire a hammer which was then later revealed to be the tool used for Andy’s escape. Furthermore, when Andy arrives at the prison he slowly develops a friendship with Red and by the end of the film they become best
Another occasion where MS-13 brutalized an innocent victim was in Boston, Massachusetts. A teen MS member attacked motorist with a machete. Another way they show their power is through putting fear into the people that live on their turf. World’s Most Dangerous Gang explains that every block the gang controls earns income for the gang. Everybody gets taxed, every business must pay MS a protection fee.
South Texas cities like Laredo , San Antonio , El Paso, McAllen , Rio Bravo , Prisons have a lot of Mexican Mafia members , and the public knows and can extinguish them with their tattoos , and symbols, ,also South / South east/ south west California is Full of Mexican Mafia members because that where they originally started and the public knows back in the 1980s was the rise of that specific gang and started doing lots of hits on rival gang members, law enforcement and to the public with the gang members still in prison. This gang has been recognized by the public since when it first started. This gang is also known by the rival’s gangs out in public and will try to cause problems, to show his dominate in the streets. An a example of all that I have talked about in this research paper is that on June, 20th 2013 the D.E.A and the F.B.I launched a investigation, in Texas that the Mexican Mafia was doing business with the Zetas Cartel, Mexican Mafia allegedly brought drugs across the border at Laredo and moved them up through San Antonio, Austin and Fort drug while the boss of Mexican Mafia was in prison and 30 more member of the gang was in the organized
It’s very bad that the FBI got involved with it. “The FBI’s Safe Streets and Gang Unit administers 160 Violent Gang Safe Streets Task Forces nationwide, staffed by nearly 850 FBI agents, more than 1,500 state and local law enforcement personnel, and nearly 100 other federal law enforcement agents,” (“Violent Crimes”). Eighty-three percent of gangs are street gangs. They came from the street and are quite violent. Most street gangs fight one another because the other has somehow “disrespected” them.
As he narrates the film he speaks for all Shawshank prisoners, who sees honesty and bravery in Deufresne. In the prison Red is king, he is able to get you a pack of cigarettes or a poster of Rita Hayworth. Tommy (Gil Bellows), Heywood (William Sadler) and Brooks Hatlen (James Whitmore) creates the unique group of ex-cons. Dufresne has run-ins with a group of foul antagonists, a violent group of prison rapists led by Bogs Diamond (Mark Rolsten) and Captain Hadley (Clancy Brown) – a corrupt and callous guard. Bob Gunton plays the the warden of the penitentiary, who uses Dufresne’s banking skills to his own benefit.
Corruption can be found anywhere at any time. Even dating back to the Mesopotamia Era, there has been corruption found within society. Nowadays, however, corruption has been mostly discovered in the government. Even though numerous countries’ governments are filled to the brim with corruption, Mexico’s corruption is a major world concern because it affects superpowers. Corruption within Mexico’s government is mainly due to the long drug war and police officers betraying the system.
The so-called Zodiac killer, who was active in 1960s-1970s and killed at least 5 people and also kept contact with the police “The Zodiac’s dialog with investigators and the media involved telephone calls and many untraceable letters that teased police and the public with cipher messages. At least twice the killer telephoned the police to report the slayings.” (Guillen, 2002) One might think JTR is so famous because of his brutality, yet nearly no one knows the story of Fritz Harmann who slaughtered 24 boys between 1918 and 1924 in Hanover. His killings included biting his victims trough their throat. This cruelty earned him the name “The butcher of Hannover”. As written above, JTR was not even the first case of a serial murder just 16 years before the rippers first appearance, Mary Ann Cotton was hanged for the poising and killing of twenty people.
Some crimes involved nonviolent behavior, including property theft and drug-dealing. Others, however, had been found guilty of repeatedly engaging in extremely violent offenses, including at least ten acts of murder and/or assault. In all, 215 participants were classified as "nonviolent offenders," while 538 were deemed "violent". A subgroup of the violent offender group included 84 people who were deemed "extremely violent", according to the study. DNA samples from the criminals were compared to the DNA of more than 2,000 non-incarcerated Finnish citizens who'd given DNA samples for a previous
Luis Garavito, the world’s most prolific serial killer, is known for killing the most victims in the world. Garavito raped and murdered over one hundred and forty children in Columbia (Heyden). Since Columbia does not enforce the death penalty, he was sentenced to one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three years in prison. The Colombian law states that a criminal can only be imprisoned for up to forty years, and since he helped law enforcement discover a few bodies he was re-sentenced to twenty-four years in prison (Heyden). Reasons such as these exemplify the need for the death penalty and why it is beneficial in America.
Stalin wanted people to know that he was the man in charge so he proved it to them. The majority of Stalin's control was reached with death and terror. By the start of the early 1940s there were over three million Soviet Union citizens under arrest of the secret police, and of those three million, over one million were in labor camps. To show that Stalin promoted autocracy and was totally in control, he personally made the arrests and went to the trials just to make sure that the lieutenant signed off on the executions. During the Great Purges there were close to almost seven hundred thousand people killed by demand of Stalin, and around a million where dead, in labor camps, or in jail.