She was also pressured by police into lying and saying that she was in the cottage at the time of the death of Meredith Kercher. Amanda even faced some consequences for not lying to the police and give a false confession. For not giving into the pressure by police Amanda Knox wasted four years of her life in prison. Later on Amanda was tricked into signing a document given by her interrogators stating that she did commit the crime. A case study on Amanda Knox by Steven Sehterie, a former student at USC found that:‘’Knox signed a document typed out by her interrogators.
He then ran and kicked down the door and rescued a 3 year old girl, and then called the police. The girl’s mother was found inside. She seemed to have been raped and beaten to death (Gzedit). This shows how Richardson became a suspect, since he was at the scene at when the police arrived. Next, Richardson suspects that Fred hid the evidence.
This case happened on June 19, 1961. The case was about police breaking into Dollree Mapp 's home in Cleveland, Ohio without a proper search warrant. There had been information given that a suspect in a bombing case, as well as some illegal bombing equipment might be found at her home. With this information police decided to go to the house and ask permission to enter, when Mapp refused to let them in, three hours later two of the officers came back with more officers holding a piece of paper, they broke down the door. Police found nothing when they raided the house besides a suitcase full of pornographic material.
Leslie previously worked at an Oriental Bar in Tombstone, Arizona. He killed a man from the Clanton Gang as well as his girlfriend while he was intoxicated. He was on the newspaper and caught the eye of a woman in California. She fell in love with him and they got married while he was still in prison. He was known as the “Fast Gun” because he had great accuracy and speed with a six gun, according to his boss.
Early on in the Ripper investigation, the murderer was assumed to be a ‘prostitute killer’, even though many of his victims were not selling their sexual services (Wattis, 2015). Wattis (2015, p.2) noted that the case was an “iconic criminal event” and that it had a big impact on women and their fear of violence and murder. She also noted that it placed a number of temporal and spatial restrictions on their lives. Another impact that the Ripper case may have had on society is the police approach to prostitution.
The book “After the First Death” was published in the year 1979 by an American book publishing company called Pantheon Books. The book depicts about the story of violence, crime, drugs, thriller, and death. The story involves a group of terrorists that initiates a hostage taking to draw attention of the military to meet their demands of having enough money and to fulfill their agenda. A lot of people were involved with the terrorism, children are drugged and held hostage including the bus driver.
In Cold Blood It all started on the night of November 14, 1959, when two young men came to Holcomb, Kansas. They first came to rob the Clutters, but when finding there was not ten thousand dollars in the house like they were told, they thoughtlessly killed all four of them, for only forty bucks and a little radio. The men were finally caught, but forced to stand on trial with people who already want the two men dead, which puts the town in favor of capital punishment, before the trial had even started. The two young men, Dick Hickock and Perry Smith, were sentenced to the death penalty. The book In Cold Blood, I believe, is for the capital punishment.
He lived on the streets and struggled to survive but got into illegal acts to get money. After many robberies he was put in jail for the first time and one month before he was going to get out he raped a boy in the jail cell by holding
In 1972, the same year we remarried, he committed his first murder on January 3. Gacy would lure his victims driving around town and pretended to be a police officer. His primary target was young men, who was in between the ages of nine to twenty and seemed to be a “runaway”. Next, Gacy would lure them back to his house to torture, rape, and strangle. At last, he would depose the bodies by burying under his house into his crawl space.
On February 4, 1974, in Berkeley, California, a 19-yr old girl named Patty Hearst was kidnapped. She was held as a “prisoner of war” by a leftist group called the Symbionese Liberation Army. The group demanded millions of dollars for her to return safely. Everything was falling into place until she helped rob a bank and a store. She was arrested, but she claimed that she was brainwashed.
The note also stated the reason why they acted on this attack. FALN wanted revenge after three people were killed and eleven people were injured, one being a child in a restaurant in Puerto Rico that was bombed from the instruction of the CIA. (Sater & RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CA, 1981, p. 6) Another attack that happened in New York City were the four bombings that took place on Wednesday April 2, 1975, all within a forty minute time frame. The locations of the bomb attacks were 51 Madison Avenue, the New York Life Insurance Company, 45 East Forty-Ninth Street, the Bankers Trust Company plaza, 340 Park Avenue South, the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company headquarters and 5 West Forty-Sixth Street, the Blimpie Base restaurant.
7 Two by detonating their own vests and the other was shot by police. 8 French president Francois Hollande declares a state of emergency and ISIS claims responsibility for the attack the following day. 9 Five days after the terrorist attack, on November 18, French police raid an apartment building killing three. 10 The body of Abdelhamid Abaaoud is identified and believed to be the ringleader of the attacks.
According to that document, she was raised by foster parents and, after leaving them, became "delinquent" and addicted to drugs. Between 1976 and 2003, she had 125 convictions or findings of guilt from 23 court appearances. She formed a series of damaging relationships with men and at the time of the accident was with a man who was violent towards her. The offences that led to her jailing occurred on December 14, 2002.