When they arrived at Dahmer’s apartment it was a scene to be scared from. “On that day, in his apartment, police found body parts and severed heads in his fridge, freezer, filing cabinet, even in a kettle, which "contained what are thought to be decomposing hands and a male genital organs” (Waxman). Dahmer was soon arrested after they saw all of that and was sentenced to 15 consecutive life terms in prison, with a 16th term tacked on in May. He was diagnosed with a few disorders. Some of which are necrophilia, partialism, alcoholism, a personality disorder, antisocial personality disorder with obsessive-compulsive, sadistic components, and a sexual
George “Baby Face” Nelson was a notorious gangster raining from Chicago. Baby Face Nelson was born under the government name “Lester Joseph Gillis” but took up the nickname “Baby Face” Nelson due to his looks and small stature. Nelson is a person that would most likely be put under the title “infamous” istead of “famous” due to his gruesome crimes and many bank robbings.
Atticus is known around town as one of the best lawyers. Bob knows this and still lies in front of the court, committing perjury. First, Bob Ewell shows the most courage in the novel because he tried to murder
Dick and Eric are comparable in many ways, but the main comparison that stands out the most to me is that the two men are psychopaths. Dick and Eric’s early life we very similar they both were into sports, both grew up in a middle class family, both had a normal upbringing. They are just simply two psychopaths that were on a murder mission. Seventeen, that’s how many people’s lives were taken because of these two men.
The feeling of not being part of something is kind of scary for many. An example about when my cousin was in LA and he was new to the school. A group of gangbangers liked him and wanted him to join their gang Mara Salvatrucha. He committed murder. He also robbed many houses.
Bugsy Siegel is also a famous gangster because he was driving force behind the development of Las Vegas. Not only that he was one the most feared gangsters of his day. Bugsy Siegel was associated with the famous group named “Murder Inc.”. Which wasn’t an actual but the press referred to the mafia as the “Murder Inc.”. As I’ve sort of discussed Bugsy is a part of the Jewish mob/Murder Inc.
Now back to when we were at the office in chicago we decided to go out to eat before we went to our hotel to stay that night. When we got there we were going over the news and looking at all the murders the ‘limb taker’ has been committing. We saw a pattern in his killings. He has been killing the top two people in the most wealthy business in chicago in alphabetical order.
As police brutality against African Americans is increasing, it is very much reminding us of the civil rights movement. Black leaders risked their lives to ensure that all African Americans would live an equal life as white Americans. The racism and discrimination had been unapparent until recent events such as Donald Trump’s campaign being successful and the police brutality against African Americans. “Every 7 hours cops kill an American citizen”. Many times African Americans are targeted.
I had destroyed the majestic carpet, it was shattered in pieces while I heard a mournful scream racing around the room, the master exasperatedly grabbed my leg and ruthlessly swung me across the room into the tomb as I went into survival mode. The tomb was an old filthy cistern, buried under the court with a slippery stairway leading up to the rusty iron door covered with vines. There was no light down there besides the sun rays that managed to brutally flash through the cracks and holes. The tomb had very little air, you nearly suffocated. It feels like someone is grabbing your throat and squeezing it.
I learned that because of the lethal symptoms and rapid spread, the “Black Death” would be one of the most catastrophic events in mankind killing at least 25 million. People died so swiftly and in such high numbers that burial pits were dug, filled, and then abandoned. Bodies (sometimes including the living) were shut up in houses and burned to the ground, and often corpses were left where they died in the streets. There is no doubt that the bad habits of the local populations, that included throwing human waste into the streets, sharing polluted water, and the freedom of pigs and livestock to graze in the city, all contributed to an environment that provided the perfect breeding ground for this disease to spread. In the end, I learned that the spread and symptoms of the “Black Death” would leave an everlasting impression in the world because of the causalities
This Klan was known for being mischievous and starting trouble and what played a major role was what they wore. By 1879 the enrollment of the Klan was around "eighty-five thousand individuals." (Southern Poverty Law Center). Despite the fact that the development of the tribe was consistent it needed leadership and discipline, which caused many of the groups to become extremely violent. A significant number of the guests that went to the town of Pulaski were motivated by the KKK and when they went back home they decided to set up their own dens and branches of the KKK.