He was responsible for ten murders in Wichita, Kansas, between 1974 and 1991. His MO involved strangling his victims and then taking souvenirs from the scene of the crime. Several months after his first murders, he left a note in a library book, in which he took responsibility for what he had done. He did not reveal his identity, and warned authorities that he would kill again. After his next killings, he sent a letter to the local media, claiming responsibility for his victims.
The story of Ronald Gene Simmons. On the 22nd of December, 1987 the worst mass murder in Arkansas history took place. A man by the name of Ronald Gene Simmons went on a killing spree. He started off by killing his wife, kids, and his three year old granddaughter, but it didn’t stop there. He killed his family and quite a few harmless townspeople because he went insane, because why else would you kill harmless people?
After an hour a man called the police. The man gave the police the location of the crime. He then claimed responsibility for the murders and the murders that happened in 1968. On August 1, 1969, the San Francisco Examiner got a letter that didn 't have a return address. The letter gave details from the murders.
The Murder Trial of Biggie Smalls Rathbone, William Unit 7 Assignment CJ 101 Wallace Biggie was one of the most powerful rappers before getting murdered in drive by shooting in March of 1997. At time he was killed the police had many theories of why he got murdered on that day. The police had multiple suspects about who did it but wasn’t sure of who or why they murdered Biggie Smalls. On that day Biggie was on his way to the hotel from the music party. When his SUV came up to the stop light, he could hear someone call his name, so he rolled his back window down to see who that’s when he was shot multiple times in the torso and then the suspects drove away from the murder.
Both Alice and Rosalind picked up from UC Santa Cruz and shot not far from the campus on February 5, 1973. It was between these killings in February and April that Ed decided that he had to stop this killing cycle, but he said that he had to kill his mother in order to make it end (Interview 1984). On April 20, 1973, Ed killed his mother by beating her with a claw hammer while she slept in her own bed. The next day, April 21st, he invited his mother's best friend over to the house he shared with this mother and killed her by
One lady by the name of Elena Estrada went by the nickname as “ heartbreaker “. Elena had been sentenced to seven years, for stabbing her unfaithful lover and opening up his chest then cutting out his heart and through his heart at his face. A male inmate with the name of Frank Leslie went by the name “ fast gun “. He shot his girlfriend in a drunken rage and a man in a gang, then later on he became a model inside the Yuma prison. Another man named Barney K Riggs goes by the name of “ Hero of the Gates Riot “.
Abstract On July 23, 1995, Janet Downing was found stabbed to death in her Somerville, Massachusetts home. With strong compelling evidence and creditable eyewitness testimony, Edward O’Brien was arrested for Downing’s murder. O’Brien was only fifteen years old and good friends with Downing’s son Ryan at the time of the murder. The first initial hearing judged that O’Brien would be tried as a juvenile, however this judgment would later be reversed.
The last few weeks in Maycomb County, led a stir of emotions in the town, regarding to Tom Robinson’s case. Tom was convicted of sexually assaulting Bob Ewell’s oldest daughter, Mayella. When the jury made a decision, Tom ended up guilty, and charged to jail. A couple days later, bam! Tom was shot seventeen times in the back and put to death.
By the age of 12 Nelson was an accomplished car thief but as stated earlier was sentenced to jail time. While in jail Nelson’s father killed himself, blaming his father's suicide on himself he would save a portion of the money he stole to help support the family. At one point in Nelson’s life he was labeled by the FBI “Public enemy
“Local officials openly approve of these killings…”. Another example of violence against LGBTQ+ is the story of Larry King. On February 12, 2008, This 15-year-old was killed and murdered brutally because he just asked his murderer to be his valentine. How was he killed, you may ask? He was shot twice in the head by a fellow student, Brandon McInerney.
Ethics Case Studies WHAT: On July 6, 1999, 13-year-old George was abducted from his bedroom in london. George’s parents worked with local and national media to increase visibility of the case; public interest in the kidnapping of the attractive, accomplished blonde teenager was immense. Nine months after the abduction, George’s younger sister, who had witnessed the kidnapping, remembered that the abductor’s voice sounded like that of a vagrant who had done some work for the family some months before the kidnapping. That detail ultimately led to George’s rescue, which was a major media story nationwide.
There are many controversial cases throughout the history of the United States, but there has been one that, despite its age, still has many questions, theories, and opinions. The controversial case of the Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping has still been questioned since it happened in 1932, the first of March. Lindbergh’s little baby was kidnapped one night from the famous couple’s home. There were many suspicious items such as a ladder, ransom notes, the baby later found dead by the home, and witnesses that give us some controversial clues to what did happen in the case of the Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping. In the controversial court case of the Lindbergh Kidnapping the guilty verdict correctly prosecuted Bruno Hauptmann because of the ransom money in his possession, many witness’ testimonies, and handwriting tests on the ransom notes.
Chase dragged her corpse into the bedroom slit her neck a few times and drank her blood. After the murder of Teresa Wallin FBI agents created a profile based on the evidence at the scene. They Determined that the fugitive was tall, malnourished, a loner, physically unclean, and the most important fact, they believed that he would kill again. A week after the mass murder Nancy Holden, Chase’s high school classmate who refused to give him a ride, told police that she believed that Chase could be the killer. The police looked into what they had in their system about Richard Chase, and they saw that he had registered a .22-caliber semiautomatic pistol that was linked to the spree of murders.
On April 15, 1865, Americans awoke to some of the most devastating news in years. President Abraham Lincoln, the person who was to unite the country after a terrible, civil war, had been assassinated the night before. Throughout the country, American flags flew at half mast everywhere. The United States mourned the loss of a great leader. April 14, 1865 started off as a regular day for The President.
Lizzie Bordens case left the world shocked and confused. People didn't know what to believe since there was lack of forensic evidence making it harder for police to convict her of the murder. In court, A.V. Jennings (Lizzie Borden's Defense) argued, “there is not one particle of direct evidence in this case from beginning to end against Lizzie A. Borden. There is not a spot of blood, there is not a weapon they have connected with her in any way, shape or fashion.” Some people still believed she was guilty and never accepted her in the community.