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.
He was found guilty because of a murder case of his friend Perry. The evidence that convicted James was three hair samples that found in James 's van, the RCMP said they were Harder 's. But before James’s arrest, he committed a crime along with his friend Perry. They were running a “chop shop,” they cut apart stolen vehicles and sold the parts. In November 1989, the police arrested both James and Perry.
Nineteen militants who were suicide bombers crashed into the Twin Towers, Pentagon, and a Pennsylvania field which had a central and global effect on the world caused by global terrorism increase and the spread of the group Islamic Extremist. Many months before the assault some of the terrorists were already living in America.
There are multitudes of secondary sources that advocate Che Guevara as a villain. For example, there is an article found on “The Independent” named “The Killing Machine” which describes Guevara as a ruthless, autocratic leader. Through the repetition of “cold blooded killing machine”, the author accentuates how villain like it was when following the successful overthrow of Batista’s government and Che was appointed to be in charge of La Cabana Fortress Prison, he ordered the execution of hundreds of people without trial, due to minor suspicions of them being either counter revolutionaries or fugitives. To continue, the website “The Huffington Post” says that Che Guevara constantly compared Africans to Europeans. The article elaborates on how
The Red Scare of 1919-1920 was a nationwide fear of communists, socialists, anarchists, and more. The September 11th terrorist attack that took place in 2001 in New York City, Manhattan, Arlington County and Virginia was a four series coordinated terrorist attack by a Islamic terrorist group. They both have many similarities. In the Red Scare a post office discovered 38 bombs that had been mailed to leading Americans politicians and capitalist after that an Italian anarchist was blown up. The nation’s top law enforcement official then became convinced that there was a plot underway.
Furthermore, another mayor event that happened in in the capital building was the attack of the abolitionist Charles Sumner after denounced the “slave power” of committing “the rape of a virgin Territory” (94). In respond congressman Preston Brooks confronted Sumner in the floor of the senate claiming his speech was a defamation and then he beat him so hard that Sumner was absent from the senate for three years. Additionally, in retaliation, on May 24 a small Free-State force under John Brown attacked three cabins along Pottawatomie creek, killing five men with swords and triggered a summer of guerrilla
The Mexican cartel first started in the 60s and 70s with the Guadalajara cartel. The Guadalajara cartel got into some issue in the mid-1980s by kidnapping, torturing and murdering a U.S DEA agent Enrique Camarena. This event made the U.S government energized and focused on the Guadalajara cartel, which then led them to arrest and break up the Guadalajara cartel after the U.S government broke up the Guadalajara cartels leader Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo aka El Padrino or The Godfather divided his turf and fiefdom into various sectors. In 1989 Seven months after taking office veteran drug warrior George H.W. Bush made his first televised addressed to the nation “All of us agree that the gravest domestic threat facing our nation today is drugs”.
Near the explosion was a phone booth and inside was a note left by FALN stating, “we … take full responsibility for the especially detonated (sic) bomb that exploded today at Fraunces Tavern, with reactionary corporate executives inside”(Bovsun, 2012). 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.
They currently have more than 30,000 members worldwide and play a large role in the puerto rican drug trade. (prisonoffenders.com) After the brutal murder of Carlos Torres-Irriarte in 1980, Ñeta leaders reorganized the gang 's constitution and discarded many of its original rules. Members were now required to deal narcotics for the gang and smuggle drugs into prison. (prisonoffenders.com) This creates a form of respect and fear from other gang members and correctional officers as the Ñetas have power and overall numbers, thousands of Ñeta members were paroled, causing the organization to take control of the drug and prostitution trade in several New York districts. The violent gang is involved in high intensity drug dealing, firearms and explosives trafficking, murder and robbery.
For example, in April of 1920, two anarchists were accused of murdering two men during an armed robbery at a shoe factory in Braintree, Massachusetts. The two anarchists were Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti. Many citizens believed that Sacco and Vanzetti 's main goal was to promote violent warfare against oppressive governments. They were arrested, charged with a wage of robbery, and placed on trial for their crime of murder. At the end of the trial, both were found guilty and executed.