Jeffrey Dahmer was a famous murderer from 1978 until 1991. During the time he was free he killed seventeen men by meeting them at gay bars, bus stops, and other places, promising them sex or money if they followed him home. Upon arriving to his house Jeffrey would give them drugs that were laced with alcohol before suffocating them to death. He would take pictures of the men after he killed them and proceeded to have sexual intercourse with their dead bodies. Dahmer went so far with these killings that he kept some parts of the bodies as souvenirs such as, their genitals, tongues, and skulls.
Another reason that they were robber barons was they took down smaller companies so that they could have all of the money in the industry. Rockefeller also manipulated the country's financial system so that he could make more money. Carnegie was also ruthless to his workers. His employees were broke in freezing temperatures and had no food
Another sadistic pedophile-murderer was Gordon Northcott who fled Vancouver and relocated to Riverside, California to avoid the law. He allegedly was running a child prostitution network for the elite pedophiles in Los Angeles and there “wasn’t enough evidence to prove” this but it would have been very lucrative for him and would have provided him with the funding to build the chicken ranch and pay the bills too. He claimed he had been sexually abused as a young boy which is believable because sometimes severely traumatized people go into repetition compulsion of the original trauma meaning he would’ve committed the same traumas done to him to other young boys. A very red flag is how the police tried to cover the missing boy up (Walter Collins) by claiming he was returned to his mother and forcing a runaway on her. When she insisted, the runaway wasn’t her son the Captain forced her into a lockdown psychiatric unit.
The beginning of Escobar’s reign over the law started in 1976. Pablo and his cousin Gustavo had been arrested for illegal possession of 39 pounds of cocaine. The charges that had been charged against them were very serious. Pablo had influenced the judge to free them by a bribe. It was soon after the case had been attempted to be reopen by a different judge who wanted Pablo arrested for his actions, and knew the prior process of Escobar’s trial was unjust.
This would eventually lead to a war between the Medellin Cartel and the Colombian government. The cartel carried out numerous terrorist attacks against civilians and government targets in order to bring down the Colombian government. Hundreds of government personnel and civilians died from the Medellin Cartel’s violence, including a presidential candidate Luis Carlos Galan. In order to influence Colombian government the cartel began to bribe many government officials and those who didn’t accept the bribery were killed. However, the enormous amount of violence began to negatively affect the Medellin Cartel.
Men like Al Capone killed out their opponents to control their profits of the illegal goods. Like a monopoly, their greed made their illegal sales into a death race. I think that the passage of the Volstead Act and the ruling in the Scopes trial did represent genuine triumphs for traditional values. During the Scopes trial people were fighting for their religious beliefs because a biology teacher tried to teach his student the theory of evolution. Since the theory of evolution was completely against their traditional values, the process of the Scopes trial was justifiable.
The letters also had very specific details that only the killer could know. The Zodiac Killer then threatened that more people would be attacked if the letters weren’t printed on the front page of each of the newspapers. At the bottom of the letter, there was a three-part cipher which he claimed was his identity. Just a few days later, he sent another letter mocking the police for not being able to catch him, or even crack the cipher. A high school teacher soon solved the cipher which said, “I like killing people because it is so much fun.” It didn’t really give his identity like he had previously claimed.
Neuromancer Summary Henry Dorsett Case was a highly skilled console cowboy (computer hacker), who was feeling greedy when he was doing a job for his employer and figured he might be able to steal from them. When they caught him, they gave him an old Russian neurotoxin that would make it so he would never be able to hack a computer for anyone ever again (Gibson 5-6). Now, he makes his living as a hustler in Chiba City, Japan. To make life worse for him, his girlfriend stole some RAM he was going to sell to pay his debts to a drug dealer, called Wage. Then, Case is told that Wage was trying to kill him because he hasn’t paid his debt.
By his late twenties he became involved with another drug lord, Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo, who was the founder of the Guadalajara cartel. Guzman quickly became the most powerful and dangerous drug trafficker in Mexico due to Gallardo’s arrest. Guzman inherited some of Gallardo’s territory which led to him becoming the founder of his own cartel known as the Sinaloa Cartel. (Aldrich, 2017) The Sinaloa Cartel mainly operated in the Mexican state of Chihuahua, the Western District of Texas, and other states in Mexico and the United States. The gang consisted of several members who engaged in criminal activities such as money laundering, murder, kidnapping, and bribery.
In the past, he has made them that range from stealing the sugar bowl from the Hotel Denouement to multiple times trying to kidnap the Baudelaires. Most recently, when the orphans and Count Olaf were on the boat, he was planning on stealing the Baudelaire 's fortune or he would release the Medusoid Mycelium. Most of his evil schemes never work out in the end, but during the process, he has caused harm to hundreds of innocent people. Furthermore, Count Olaf is also evil and sinister