The film is about how a sixteen years old named Cyntoia Brown is charged with murder and robbery of a forty-three years old man named Johnny Allen. Eventually she was convicted to life in prison for those crimes. I will describe what the video detailed and how this is related to previous classwork. Also, I will provide criticism of the video. Cyntoia was a teenager that grew up hard.
In shocking news today, Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten could be getting out of prison after all this time. Us Magazine shared that Leslie has now tentatively approved for parole effective today. She has actually been turned down 19 times in the past. Most people know her as the one who wrote the messages on the wall at the murder scene of married couple Leno and Rosemary LaBianca back in 1969. At this time, Leslie Van Houten has been recommended for parole.
I believe that it was unethical for the police to question her without a parent present and without her attorney. The video does not go into detail exactly what was admissible in court about her mental state, but one could speculate that the jury did not put much thought into the fact that Cyntoia was a sixteen year old prostitute that was scared and frightened to be at this strangers house by herself. The video was also unclear as to why she was charged with first degree murder, because that implies premeditation and the facts that were presented does not show any premeditation on her
In Cyntoia’s Story: 16 yr old killer, the narrator is anonymous because the documentary follows a chronological order from the court case to prison. The documentary did not have a closing statement because the film is narrated by first-person. In the end of the documentary, William Bernet talks about his opinion of how it’s not fair to release Cyntoia from prison. In addition, Cyntoia learns a morality at the end of the film she said “As a young girl, I never knew the depth and strength of the power, and also, of my ability to utilize it to gain success in whatever I pursue in life”. In response she said that she had struggled with abandonment and trust issues and as well as my attitude towards relationship with men.
The YouTube video Cyntoia’s Story was very sad. It was horrible that a young 16-year-old girl had to experience so many bad things. It was unacceptable what Cyntoia did, and the same time, it was unacceptable what Allan did. Unfortunately, Cyntoia and Allan paid a horrible price for the crimes that they both committed. I feel that Cyntoia should have not gotten life in prison and tried as an adult because she was only 16-years-old.
The author of this research article is Vitoroulis Irene. Vitoroulis Irene is affiliated with the School of Psychology, Faculty of Social Studies, University of Ottawa. The school is in Ontario, Canada. The articles thesis is what the causes of peer victimization and what types will give insight to better understanding. This article searches through the different types of victimization.
There are more than 2,000 child offenders serving life without parole sentences in United States prisons for crimes committed before the age of 18 and Lolita Barthel is one of them. The United States is one of only a few countries in the world that permits children who commit crimes to be sentenced to prison forever, without any possibility of release. Only eight states in this country Alaska, Colorado, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, New Mexico, New York, and West Virginia and the District of Columbia prohibit life without parole for youthful offenders. Unfortunately, adolescents, like adults, commit horrible crimes and make terrible mistakes. And, like adults, they should be held accountable but in accordance with their age, stage of development, and greater capacity for rehabilitation.
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In the evolution of a criminal and the Invictus poem, they both had a similar meaning. In the evolution of a criminal Darrius, life was black, but he found light because he kept his head up. The Invictus poem was the same cause the man was going through some rough times, but he also kept his head up. In the Invictus, he was standing face to face with death; in the evolution of a criminal Darrius was standing face to face with his consequences.
Maya did not trust that her father or mother could take care of her. Following the rape, Maya lost her faith in people and had a hard time relying on them. At a time when she needed her family the most she was alone. She did not feel safe around the people who were supposed to protect her. In Stamps, when Momma made Maya take off her dress to show Mrs. Flowers the seams, Maya felt anxious and tense.
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Sonia Choqette stated, “Your sixth sense should be your first.” After watching The Sixth Sense, I agree with Choquette. Through the deep concepts of the film The Sixth Sense, we are taken through the characters’ phases of darkness and watch as the characters are brought into the light. The film focuses on the emotions of all the characters, and shows how they face darkness, fail, and find the light. The film goes through the struggles of a boy named Cole, who has a dark secret but turns the darkness into the light.
However, the true feeling inside her heart were on the opposite. She do had problems, whether it comes from her past life or her recent daily life. “I’ll try to read a book, turn on the TV to see the same old programs, set the alarm clock to wake up at exactly the same time I woke up the day before, and mechanically repeat my tasks at the library. Then I’ll go back to work; I’ll listen to the gossip about who’s going out with whom, who’s suffering from what, how such and such a person was in tears about her husband, and I’ll be left with the feeling that I’m privileged: I’m pretty, I have a job, I can have any boyfriend I choose. So I’ll go back to the bars at the end of the day, and the whole thing will start again.”