This time the gang tries to beat them up but this time they have a new strategy. Peter hides his phone and calls their principal while all this is happening. The strategy works however their principal doesn’t like the idea of students having her phone number. Feeling hopeless and out of options the boys go to Garvey for support, he tells them to fight without words, left confused and slightly angry Cole is not sure what to do. The next time the gang comes at them Cole decides to sit down because he figures that they wouldn’t fight people sitting down.
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. This sparked outrage at Berkley University, the college Cash attended.
The story of Ronald Gene Simmons. On the 22nd of December, 1987 the worst mass murder in Arkansas history took place. A man by the name of Ronald Gene Simmons went on a killing spree. He started off by killing his wife, kids, and his three year old granddaughter, but it didn’t stop there. He killed his family and quite a few harmless townspeople because he went insane, because why else would you kill harmless people?
One lady by the name of Elena Estrada went by the nickname as “ heartbreaker “. Elena had been sentenced to seven years, for stabbing her unfaithful lover and opening up his chest then cutting out his heart and through his heart at his face. A male inmate with the name of Frank Leslie went by the name “ fast gun “. He shot his girlfriend in a drunken rage and a man in a gang, then later on he became a model inside the Yuma prison. Another man named Barney K Riggs goes by the name of “ Hero of the Gates Riot “.
The Marines in the movie never accept responsibility for what they did until they are finally convicted, even then Downey still doesn't understand why they were convicted. This is similar to Calley when he was on the stand for the My Lai massacre. He based his entire defense argument on the fact that he was merely following an order and his actions were not out of line. His actions could also have been caused because he became overwhelmed with the war, and took out his tension on the people of Son Lai, similar to how the guards treated of prisoners at Abu Ghraib. This may be why there was was never any sign of remorse from anyone; the guards, Calley, Dawson and Downey.
King was in jail for speaking his mind about racial discrimination, but the clergyman did not like his protests accusing him of putting the lives of others in danger, but in reality it's the police who act violently and put the lives of innocent people in danger by persecuting the unruffled protesters. He also defends his organization and reminds the clergyman and the government that he has done no wrong or harm to anyone, yet he is in
An estimated 26 percent of juveniles sentenced to prison for life were convicted of a felony murder, that is, for participating in a robbery or burglary during which a co-participant committed murder, in some cases without the knowledge of the teen. Fifty-nine percent of youth sentenced to Life without parole sentences are serving time for a first-time offense. In 26 states, the sentence of life without parole is mandatory for anyone, even a juvenile, who is found guilty of committing first degree murder. Lolita Barthel she was seventeen at the time when she robs Richard Menendez on August 18th, 1995. She was arrested on September 14th, 1995 just seven days after her birthday, she was a few weeks from turning 18 when she shot and killed the Temple Terrace floral supply salesman in August 1995, during a robbery as the victim begged for his life.
Had he taken the prisoner to the jail himself, it would have weighed heavily on his conscience, while turning him loose could have meant capture or death anyway. But, if Daru had taken the prisoner to complete safety, it could have meant trouble with the law for him, too. And, unfortunately, it appears some of the prisoner’s acquaintances were ready to dish out some justice of their own, not knowing the full truth themselves. It appears, from the context of the story, that the protagonist was a nice man, and was not partial to treating people poorly. This was evident when he refused to take the prisoner to the jail himself.
14 Young Serial Killer Caught By Community Youtube.com So how old do you think the youngest serial killer was? Try eight. Yip, that’s right, eight years old. His name is Amardeep Sada and he grew up in an improvised family in India. Between 2006 and 2007 Amardeep killed three babies, all between the ages of six months old and eight months old, by strangling them and beating them with rocks.
They say that “Crimes are crimes, they should learn their lesson, and should be isolated from others so that they do not influence their friends into doing what they did.” Adults should try to understand why the teen did such a thing instead of just saying, “A crime is a crime”, “They should be thrown into prison!”, there could be reason behind it. It isn’t right to just say that. People also say that “they have to learn their lesson.” Yes, they do, but not punishing them for something, that they did not do in purpose. In other words, a person cannot learn something if they know that, the crime was not intentional. Additionally, individuals also say that, “they should be isolated from other individuals so that they do not influence them into doing what they did”, yes, it is agreeable.