David Cash was a witness to the molestation and murder of 7-year-old Sherrice Iverson. Though Cash saw this happen, instead of going to the authorities, Cash decided to keep it to himself. In an Article written by Cathy Booth, Booth states, “He told the Los Angeles Times he was not going to ‘lose sleep over somebody else’s problems’” (Booth 18-19). Cash showed no remorse for doing nothing, and was angrier for losing his friend Jeremy Strohmeyer, who committed the molestation and murder.
II. The day of the murders: a. On the day of the murders, June 20th, the men left Meridian to go t b. They paid their bail and thought that they were safe; however, they were unaware that Klansman were waiting on them to be released so that they could ambush them. c. The Klansman including the Deputy Sheriff that had arrested them chased Schwerner, Chaney, and Goodman down Highway 19, a major road that runs between Meridian and Philadelphia. d.
In 1964 Martin Luther King Jr gratefully (Ly adverb) won the peace prize, Then King got murdered after he gave his “Mountaintop” Speech, King was murdered on April 4,1968 he was shot in the and died instantly. The civil rights movement was having a freedom 's struggle because (because clause) there was a lot of “Whites Only” on certain doors which (which clause) meant that no blacks were allowed in that place or restaurant. Congress sent out soldiers to protect African American students from the angry Caucasian police and people. (1 sentence opener)
When the Baltimore riots took place everyone around the world not just in Maryland started pointing fingers towards the black people. However, it was just the African race getting blamed when multiple races were involved in the riots. The riots took place because of innocent black people were being killed for example Freddy Gray was killed in the back of a patty wagon. Mr. Gray was put into the vehicle alive and well but when they went to take him out he was unresponsive. Alton Sterling would be another perfect example of police brutality against the African race.
The following year he decided to write an essay on the topic, “Civil Disobedience” and was published to the public as a political stand. Thoreau argued, “It is not a man’s duty, as a matter of course, to devote himself to the eradication of any, even the most enormous wrong.” Thoreau believed it’s the people’s duty to refuse to support the government to seek improvement. Thoreau was a true believer in standing up for what is right, stating, “Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves.
Walter’s uncle, Herbert Dean, had had been let out of jail. Walter said, “Uncle Lee had a habit of talking out of the side of his mouth.” His Uncle Lee said that it was because it would prevent the prison guards from seeing you talk, as stated on page thirty eight. Walter
For instance, when he was taking over for Montana and he heard that one of the “BGA” members killed him, he went insane. His aggression towards the “BGA” group was intolerable because “La Onda” killed basically all of the members who were also in the prison with him. On the other hand, Cruz was really affected because he lost his brother to a drug overdose. Cruz blamed himself for his brothers loss and began drinking and doing more
Tabor remembers that last week he delivered a package to Pa’s carport, but he doesn’t see him. Jabari and Tabor have fallen in this murder innocently. Jabari only wanted a vacation, he did not do anything he was accused of. Unfortunately, they have to find out the real murderer to show they are not guilty. Jabari clams down to think and decides to return the crime scene first.
The sixth amendment gives any citizen in the United States of America, the rights to a legal counsel when accused of a crime. When Ernesto was arrested and was interrogated for over two hours, he was never told once about his rights to an attorney. Then it allowed the police to receive a confession out of him to use in court, which also valuated the fifth amendment. The fifth amendment say that a person can not be a witness to themselves, which means that Ernesto confession was not valid evidence to us in court.
but Days stated not to and made a remark, “Reid would be dead if he reaches for anything.” Officer Warley fired one shot and “did not hit anything” according to the prosecutor’s office but Days fired seven shots that struck Reid repeatedly. At the time, Reid was waiting for a settlement for being severely beaten in jail after a 2009 arrest. Both officers were on leave with pay, which later led to the conclusion to not charge the two officers, but it was noticeable that he was shot by Officer Days. Do our lives really
Christopher Simmons was a seventeen year old juvenile from Missouri whom in 1993 along with two of his friends, Charles Benjamin and John Tessmer, planned to rob and murder Shirley Crook in her home (Roper v. Simmons, 2004). On the night the crime was to be committed, Tessmer pulled out of the plan, and Simmons and Benjamin would continue on as planned. The two broke into the Ms. Crook’s home, robbed her, tied her up, covered up her eyes, then drove her to a state park and threw her off a bridge. During the trial, evidence, videotaped reenactment and testimony outlining the premeditated plan, allowed for the jury to easily convict Simmons of the crime. Even though Simmons had no previous criminal record and was a minor at the time the crime was committed,
On Friday July 29,2016, at approximately 2:30 pm, Security Counselor Patrick Johnson of the inspire Nola Charter School Association Security Department, currently assigned to Edna Karr High School , Located at 3332 Huntlee Dr, in new Orleans Louisiana, 70131,had an occasion to investigate the misplacement of a laptop cart containing multiple laptops. S/C Johnson offers the following report. On Friday July 29,2016 at approximately 12:00pm Mr. Chris Reed a teacher at Edna Karr High school discovered a cart containing multiple laptops next to the trash dumpster. Mr. Reed brought the cart back into the school and reported his findings to head of school Harold Clay.
Case Citation: Maryland v Pringle, 540 U.S. (Washington, D.C. 2003). Parties: Maryland, Petitioner / Appellants Joseph Jermaine Pringle, Defendant / Appellee Facts: Pringle along with two other men were stopped in the early morning for speeding. Upon the driver getting his registration out for the officer, the officer noticed a wad of money. During a search the officer seized $763 of money that was rolled up in the glove compartment, along with five baggies of cocaine.
In Mangan v. Mangan, John V. Mangan (Father) filed numerous petitions/motions regarding the failure of Deborah J. Mangan (Mother) to provide access for Father’s court appointed parenting time. After a petition for post-decree mediation (which failed to resolve the issue due to Mother’s refusal to adhere to informal agreement reached), a petition to enforce parenting time, evidentiary hearings (for which Mother most often did not appear), enforcement hearings (again, for which Mother most often did not appear), multiple findings of contempt (on the part of Mother), a petition to modify parenting time, custody and child support, and a motion filed to take possession of the children by force….Mother appeared telephonically for a return hearing on April 8, 2010. Temporary orders were
This document is from the dissent of Mr. Justice Harlan in the Plessy v. Ferguson trial decided on May 18, 1896. His audience is the assenting Justices, and any citizen of the United States that reads the decision handed down by the court. Justice Harlan wrote his Dissent to the case to establish that the assenting judges were amiss in their decision to uphold the Louisiana Separate Car Act. Justice Harlan believes that the decision of the court is wrong on the basis that, if read as purported the U.S. Constitution has no caste, and is therefore color blind. He says “the white race deems itself to be the dominant race in this country.