At approx 1:15 pm ON 8-29-16, I was sitting at my desk in my office with the door closed. I heard the raised voice of someone I didn 't recognize yelling repeatedly, "get your hands off me" and similar variations of the demand. I did not hear any other voices. I then opened the door and left my office to find Ofc Jaques searching a male black subject who was now found to be the source of the yelling. Ofc Jaques could be heard sternly but calmly giving orders for the subject to comply with his orders in order to be searched prior to being held in the nearby cell.
On the above date & time Myself, along with CO’s Burke & Somers entered detox holding cell to place inmate Gagneur, Brandon Everette (a-15556) in the restraint chair. Previous to coming on shift, we were informed that Gagneur had taken a razor & made cuts on his arm, neck, chest & abdomen. Also, Gagneur attempted to drink the cleaning solution that was handed out in the mop buckets. When Gagneur was issued his bag lunch for dinner, he became upset & demanded that he receive a regular meal tray. While myself & Somers were picking up the meal trays, Gagneur proceeded to throw the contents of his bag lunch across the detox cell smashing the contents all over the walls, cameras & cell door.
Bryan Stevenson is a young Harvard intern on his way to meet a man on death row and is mostly undereducated about the prison systems, and what he wants to do exactly in life and with his career. On his flight he meets the director of the Southern Prisoners Defense Committee, Steve Bright. He tells the scared and nervous Bryan “them without the capital get the punishment,” applying class is largely involved in the justice systems and capital punishment. After only working at a law firm for a short amount of time, he is assigned to meet with one the death row inmates and is instructed to assure the condemned man that he will “not be killed in the next year.” When Bryan finally met the man Henry, although nervous at first, they instantly clicked and Bryan realized
The victim has MR, he hallucinates, and can be very manipulative. Mr. White was admitted at River Region on 08/25/15 and is currently ready for discharge. Whenever Johnnie is told he 's about to go home, he begins to scream and hollers "no no". Mr. White told hospital staff Mona whips him with an extenstion cord and Lawrence beats him up, chokes him, and hits him in the head; Johnnie was able to demonstrate how he 's beat. Johnnie doesnt have any visible marks or bruises on him and appears to be well taken care of and has been trained to take care of himself properly.
- Waking night to do the hoovering and upstairs bathrooms etc. before 23:00hrs to make sure that residents won 't be distrubed at night time. - Waking night to continue with the cleaning when Tomiwa fall asleep. - Waking night staff to offer Tomiwa something light to eat before he goes to bed i.e toast/yoghurt etc as the medication he is curently taking makes him very hungry. - Tomiwa to be supervised AT ALL TIME during the day while in his room.
It was one of the people who work at the bomb shelter and as he was at the door the dad answered it and said ¨hello can help you sir¨ the fine young man started to talk and said ¨Hello sir my name is tyler I just wanted to deeply apologize for our folks always setting the bombs off while you fine people are trying to sleep I never even knew people would live here I am the boss of the bomb shelter and as I found out you live here I sent everyone home for the night and decided to come and talk to you¨, as he kept on talking for hours he finally finished and the dad said ¨you guys will be able to set them off whenever you want we finally found a house and we will move away as fast as possible to our new home I really want my kids to live in a good home and live a good life without almost getting scared to death from your bombs so thank you for apologizing and have a very nice night¨ the dad tried closing the door but tyler stopped it from closing and told them ¨well im am very glad you guys found a home but I would like to say it sucks for you guys to be leaving so soon and also no rush on you guys moving out we really can 't waste as much ammo as we could before so goodluck and to you as well have a good night.¨ Finally the dad was able to leave and go back for dinner and he had a look on his face as if he was aggravated so the
While the gulag system treats prisoners as garbage, Shukhov shows empathy to his fellow squadron members and treats them with kindness, holding on to his “civilized” self. He contrasts the cruel conditions by demonstrating how he doesn’t let the prison ruin the better part of his humanity. For instance, after eight years of misery in the gulag, Ivan Denisovich still feels sorry for the misfortune of others. When Der comes to the power station to scold Tiurin for allowing his men to fasten roofing felt to the windows, Shukhov “was afraid for Tiurin” (97). Again, when “Fetiukov walked through the barracks… sobbing, all hunched up, [with] his mouth smeared with blood,” Shukhov stated “you couldn’t help feeling sorry for him… [because] he
Matigari shares his food with them, which reminds an inmate of the last supper. He explains the circumstances of his arrest, which impresses the other inmates. They want to support this mysterious freedom fighter. They’re released under mysterious circumstances, and this leads to Matagari’s legend growing stronger as he leaves
Experience of Justice and Redemption The metal colliding sound of opening the prison gate, prison guards are celebrating an old man with dark skin wearing old fashion suit crossing through the gate. That moment, Red is redeemed. But, is he really redeemed? The moment he walks out from the gate, I can’t tell from his face that he is inquisitive, worry, or delightful. My perspective of redemption in prison is a way to punish the people who are guilty.
Looking down at me, I felt like they were all standing on a pedestal, watching my every move. I look up at my dad and say, “I feel uncomfortable,” I explain to him my reasoning. He exclaims how people has given him dirty looks because my mom was Asian. With every table surrounded by people, I walk over to the lonely table and read the sign, Diversity Club. After that, the feeling of disclusion no longer was there anymore.
Chen 1 Bradley Chen Welsh APLAC/Fifth Period 24 January 2016 “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” Questions King introduces his letter with a tone of impatience, irony, and sarcasm. King has a tone of irony towards the questions of the clergy. In the first paragraph, King says “If I sought to answer all the criticisms that cross my desk, my secretaries would have little time for anything other than such correspondence in the course of the day.” With this paragraph, one can detect the underlying sarcasm throughout the letter. In addition, King believes that the clergymen that he is addressing are “men of genuine good will” and King responds in “patient and reasonable terms.” It can be argued that King speaks in a condescending manner to the clergyman throughout the letter, as one usually speaks to children in a patient and understanding manner. Since King is a devout Christian and a Christian leader, he constantly references the Bible to show his expertise and to establish his authority.
Commander General Levy having a conversation about how they are happy that Ender has gotten passed the Giant 's drink and the problems with Bernard which no one has done before. We are then taken to the dinning hall where Alai and Ender are discussing the security on their desks. Alai then asks Ender for help with his desk security and then they head back to the rooms. When they get there they find out that Ender has been promoted to Salamander Army. Before Ender leave he says goodbye to Alai who hugs and then kisses Ender on the cheek and says to him “Salaam”.