Oshea Israel Murders

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Since the historically deadly shooting that occurred at a church in Charleston, South Carolina, it has been fifty-one years. There was also another attack on a southern black church that was allegedly bombed by the Ku Klux Klan on September 15th, 1963. In all the ramshackle, four young girls were unfortunately caught in between the incidences and they lost their lives. Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson, and Addie Mae Collins were 14 years old when the bombing took place; Denise McNair was 11 years old (Kadzin, 2008).
Denise McNair was a very close friend to Gwen Moten. The two girls were too fond of themselves that they almost shared everything that they had. Gwen Moten, who is now sixty-four years old, recalls how she was so close to Denise,
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However, before he finishes his jail term in the center, he makes peace with the mother of the boy whom he had killed. The relationship between the two was built primarily on forgiveness. Mary Johnson Roy, who is the mother of the murdered teenager, had resentment and had also been harboring a hard feeling towards the killer of her son, however, after talking to Oshea and realizing that he was not the same person who killed his son, she lost all the resentment and even cried when Oshea left. Mary Johnson-Roy took and treated him as her son, she also accounts that the things that she could not watch the boy do she could see the things that Oshea did, and they even live next to each other. The bond between the two is very strong, and they help each other in every way that a mother and son could help each other. This is despite the fact that Oshea had killed Mary Johnson-Roy’s son (Wade & Tavris,…show more content…
The primary purpose of the practices is to help the patients to recover in the best way possible and also bond them together with the patients. The strategies, however, are also specific to certain adjustment problems. Close patient and clinical officer’s relationship can help the patients in this case to bond well and recover from their traumatic experiences. The close patient clinical officer’s relationship that involves effective communication with the patients helps to create an ambient environment for the adjustment (Grol & Grimshaw,
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