The Motive,Bombing, and Aftermath of OKC Bombing On April 11 1995, residents of Oklahoma City began their day as they normally did. They did not realize it might be their last day on earth. At 9:02am their lives would change forever. The Murrah building was bombed and many people lost their lives.
On a Friday, sitting next to the Victory Bell on the commons of Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, there were one thousand young students giving a nonviolent protest about the Vietnam War currently being fought by US troops. This particular protest didn’t differ from any of the other universities’ protests, but when Saturday night came, some twenty-five protesters set the ROTC building ablaze. These twenty-five did this to start a movement for civil rights in America. This was the beginning of the defining year of the USA: 1970.
Four innocent lives taken, twenty-two people injured, causing affliction in the families lives. Because of Birmingham having a big impact United States and the Civil Rights Movement, it changed racial history. The KKK had a momentous role in the Racial equality fight, The Civil Rights Movement. Birmingham 16th Street Church Bombing had a significant impact on the Civil Rights Movement in the United States.
The Boston Marathon Bombings, prompted various actions and responses by people and groups in Boston and the USA, as well as around the world. These actions and responses changed over time and went through different phases as the events began to unfold.
The facts of this case are the son of the famous aviator Charles Lindbergh was kidnapped from his home on March 1, 1932. About two months later, the toddler body was discovered in Hopewell Township near Highfields in New Jersey. After an autopsy, the medical examiner determined that the cause of death was severe injuries to the head resulting from a fracture skull. After an in-depth investigation, Hauptmann Richard was detained and charged with murder. In 1935, Hauptmann was eventually found guilty of this heinous crime and sentenced to death.
He was brought out of retirement just for them. It took him only 3 months to catch the notorious couple. They were traced down in Louisiana. Before dawn on May 23, Hamer and a group of Louisiana and Texas lawmen hid in the bushes along a country road outside Salies. When Parker and Barrow appeared, the officers opened fire, killing the couple instantly in a hail of bullets.
He was sentenced to 15 life terms, for a total of 957 years in prison. During his prison time he was attacked twice, the first attempt was someone sliced his throat with a razor and only left scars, however the second attack killed him, he died on the way to the hospital from severe head trauma on November 28, 1994 in Portage, Wisconsin (“Jeffrey
Also, newspapers revealed stories and government secrets that proved that the American people were being lied to ( New York Times vs. the United States). The Vietnam war is believed by some to be a war deeply rooted in economics. Many aspects of the United States were affected directly. The Great Society programs were suffering because the money that was put towards the war, could have been used to help poverty programs.
His capture occurred on August 30, 1985 and it took almost a full three years to hear his case on July 22, 1988. Ramirez was appointed 2 public defenders at the start of his case, then another but he disliked them. Later, Ramirez’ family hired 2 local lawyers who had never tried a death penalty case. The hearing itself took more than a year due to the substantial amount of evidence and witness testimonies.
McNair age 11,Carole Robertson age 14, and Cynthia Wesley also age 14. After the bombing a riot broke out and two African boys died, 20 in all got injured from the bombing and riot combined. In September 16, 1963 President John F. Kennedy responds” if only this tragic and cruel events awaken this entire nation to a realization of the folly of racial injustice and hatred and violence, then it is not too late for all concentrated unite is steps towards peaceful progress
The 16th Street Baptist Church bombing marked a turning point during the Civil Rights Movement. Intended as a meeting place for civil rights leaders like Martin Luther King, Jr., the the attack created an uproar. The bombing took place in Birmingham, Alabama in 1963, and it was an act of white supremacist terrorism performed by the Klu Klux Klan. Sticks of dynamite were placed beneath the front steps of the church and went off as four colored girls were innocently walking by. Morrison utilizes the historic event by incorporating it with Guitar’s job as a Seven Days member: “Four little colored girls had been blown out of a church, and his mission was to approximate as best he could a similar death of four little white girls come Sunday, since
On April 15, 2013, in Boston, Massachusetts the Boston Marathon Bombing occurred during a marathon which was a very devastating day in the United States , there was also two bombs that went off close to the finish line. Also, the Marathon is always held during Patriots’ day to honor the war. The Boston Marathon Bombing injured around two hundred sixty-four people and the explosion of the bomb killed three civilians also, there were fourteen people who were amputated. The bombing had two suspects both who were brothers and later on in 2012 their family emigrated to the United States. The Boston Marathon Bombing was a huge event throughout the whole United States and maybe the whole world. When the Boston Marathon Bombing happened I would
Bonnie had smuggled him a gun, and he escaped. He was recaptured and was sent back to prison again. Clyde was later paroled in February 1932. He later rejoined Bonnie, and they continued their life of crime. They were believed to have committed 13 murders and several robberies, and burglaries by the time of their death.
The 16th Street Birmingham Bombing was done by none other than the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), one of the most historic terrorist groups. In the event, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson, Addie Mae Collins (all 14 years old), and Denise McNair (11) were all killed during the blast. KKK members Robert Chambliss, Herman Cash, Thomas Blanton, and Bobby Chery set the dynamite that ended these little girls lives. Chambliss was tried for murder and possession of dynamite but was found not guilty of the murder charge. He was found guilty for possesion of dynamite and sentenced 6 months of prison.