Felix had said he would kill the officers, but the officers did not expect to be fired on behind the door. When Felix shot them, it was at random. Both officers were taken to the hospital and died there. Next the SWAT team called in and flushed John Felix out of his house with
Mark didn’t want to understand the concept of right or wrong. He just did what he wanted, and he paid the consequences later. He was a trustworthy guy, and he was able to smooth talk his way out of trouble. He was good at stealing, but he didn’t feel any guilt for it (Hinton 25). Mark stole the principal’s car to go see his parole officer about stealing cars, proving that he doesn’t care about the concept of wrong and right because he kept doing the same thing over and over (Hinton 73).
The DPS then took down the problem video and replaced it with another version. The footage shows that Encinia initially wrote a routine traffic violation warning for Bland. After he returns to her car and speaks briefly to her again, he asks her to put out her cigarette. She responds, "Why do I have to put out a cigarette when I 'm in my own car?" Encinia orders her to "get out of the car", and, when she repeatedly refuses to exit, he tells her she is under arrest.
CNN reported on August 1, 2014 that 43-year-old Eric Garner died on July 17 after being confronted by police on Staten Island for allegedly selling cigarettes illegally. As police officers approached Garner he raised both hands in the air and told the officers not to touch him. Moments later, a video recording shows an officer grabbing the 350-pound man from behind in a choke hold and wrestled him to the ground, rolling him onto his stomach. CNN News also reports that the video has Eric crying repeatedly that he could not breathe until his last gasp. Evidence and Applicable Laws Julie Bolcer, a representative of the NY medical examiner 's office confirmed that the cause of death was "compression of neck (choke hold), compression of chest and prone positioning during physical restraint by police."
They were in close proximity to each other and once making contact officers seperated the two detained the male and placed him in the rear of the patrol vehicle while we spoke with the female. The male had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath, red glassy blood shot eyes and had a staggered gait. The female said her boyfriend (babies daddy) just left the One Stop and they got in to an argument and nothing else. While speaking with the male I observed blood running from his nose. The female and male both refused to
I immediately observed Bishop’s left hand was covered in blood at which time I asked him how he hurt his hand. Bishop stated that he had been arguing with his girlfriend after she nearly drove into another vehicle at which time he became upset at her, so he punched the window seal. I then spoke with victim Brandon Pendle a cashier at Chic-Fil-A who provided me with a sworn written statement. Pendle stated he was serving a customer at the drive thru window, when he noticed “A black male with no shirt walked up to the [window and] started starring funny at me.” According to Pendle he instructed Bishop to leave at which time Bishop grabbed his arm and said “Give me your watch”, several times. Pendle again instructed Bishop to leave, while Bishop continued asking for the watch.
One of the most famous stories of Milwaukee’s notorious killer, Jeffrey Dahmer, occurred in 1991. A boy was discovered wandering the streets drugged and confused, he was 14-year-old Konerak Sinthasomphone. The two women that found him called 911; however Dahmer chased after his victim and stated to the police that he was his 19-year-old boyfriend. Without a sex offender background check or age verification, the police handed Sinthasomphone back over to Dahmer. Later that same night, Dahmer killed and dismembered Sinthasomphone and kept his skull as a souvenir (¨Jeffrey Dahmer¨).
I informed him he remember his cell phone but not his glasses to see. I informed the staff at Hurley Medical Center that Mr. Defalco was in an accident and needed to be checked out and cleared for the jail. The medical staff checked and cleared Mr. Defalco to be lodged. While waiting Mr. Defalco became angry stating “all I did was have a couple of beers and went into the ditch.” Mr. Defalco then calmed down and started joking around. While in the room I gave the blood draw specimen box to RN Anglea Wynn.
Race is not a choice, just as many other things society has decided to label are not a choice. I have had friends and family attacked and unfairly searched because officers assumed they had contraband or did something illegal. I had a friend named Gerome whose car was raided by police because they thought he might have drugs, my friend Kennedys brother was shot and killed in front of their house, and rather than doing a full investigation they said it was gang violence and closed the case. If this were a caucasian child who was shot in front of their house, in front of family, and the neighborhood, there would have been much further and thorough investigation. it is completely invalid to think or simply suggest that racial profiling does not exist
When a New York Police officer put Eric Garner in headlock and started chocking Eric, even though he repeatedly said he couldn’t breathe. The incident lasted somewhere from 15- 18 seconds while the officer was obtaining him. The Medical Examiner of New York City said that the death of Garner was due to mixture of things. Eric Garner had a history of poor health and with the combination of a chokehold and the compression of his chest was the cause of death. a That matter in the fact is that is illegal for a police officer to put a suspect or obtained in a “headlock.” The officer in the death of Eric Garner denies any use of headlocks or chokeholds, but according to multiple eye witnesses and video evidence some may say otherwise.
Watts appears to be ID and/or MI but denied every using the local Mental Health facility. However, her son uses the Mental Health facility because of his alcohol and anger issues. Apparently, on 8/4/15 Mr. Franklin became outraged because he thought Ms. Watts was going to throw out his beer. He grabbed a beer and threw it at Ms. Watts hitting her in the torso area. This frightened Ms. Watts and she called Mr. Franklin 's Mental Health Caseworker.
Instead of checking out the situation or wounding him, he shot the man in the back and killed him. It 's despairing how President Johnson used Governor Romney as his scapegoat, especially when I learned that they had been wonderful friends for many years. Johnson was already under fire for the Vietnam situation and was afraid of more opposition from the people of the United States. He was concerned about the backlash he might get for sending troops out to possibly be killed. So, he went on television and seven times during his speech he said, "Romney is not able to manage things and maintain order in Detroit."
Calogero did get in the car with his friends but Sonny then stopped the car and Made C get out and Told C friends to never speak to C again. However, Calogero then catches up with Jane and Jane apologies for the miscommunication and she admitted that Willie did tell her that Calogero was not one of the boys who had beat him up. Jane and Calogero then made amends but Calogero then remember about his friends going to the African Americans neighbor to throw the Molotov cocktails throughout the neighborhood. During the attack an African Americans boy threw one of the Molotov cocktails ack in the car window igniting the remaining bottles and the car blow up. By the time C and Jane got to the neighborhood the car was crash and explosion killed everyone in the vehicle.
Mr. Meeks had received the proper assistance legal assistance in the court hearing. Mr. Meeks denial for continuance did not violate his right due to the defense already cross examining the witness. The 911 call also didn’t not violate Mr. Meeks rights because the tape was valuable to paint the picture of the scene to the jurors at the time of the shooting. Mr. Meeks claims insufficient evidence to convict for first degree murder and he claims it was at the heat of the moment he shot Mr. Green. The evidence was there, Mr. Meeks sought out to look for Mr. Green challenged him to fight, when Mr. Green wanted to stop Mr. Meeks brandished the hand gun and shot at him not once but six times.
• P alleges assault and false arrest. P alleges that he is a MTA driver and he was operating his bus down Lexington Avenue. P alleges that MOS had stopped all traffic at 42 Street and Lexington Avenue causing his bus to stop. P alleges that while inside the bus he attempted to ask MOS why traffic was stopped, MOS Kane approached the bus and began to yell at P. P states that he waited 15 minutes then exited the bus and approached MOS Kane’s marked vehicle. P states that he began to write down MOS Kane’s vehicle number, which he needed to fill out a report for his MTA supervisors to explain the delay.