It had been a few months since Farook 's last back-and-forth with these people, who officials said were not considered high priority. FBI official: 'What is the motivation for this? ' As to what role those communications played in the San Bernardino carnage, the official said, "We don 't know yet what they mean." Added Bowdich, from the FBI: "That is the big question for us: What is the motivation for this?" San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan echoed that sentiment, while adding that whatever led the two to launch Wednesday 's assault, they could have killed more had they survived.
This type is less severe than the first type because the spinal cord is not in this sack. Due to this, there is usually little or no nerve damage and only minor disabilities result. Spina bifida occulta is the third and most mild type of spina bifida. Usually the spinal cord and nerves are normal and there is only a small gap in the spine – no opening or sac on the back. Because it is so mild, spina bifida occulta often is not even discovered until late childhood or adulthood and it typically does not cause any disabilities.
Although, “Gun Control That Actually Works,” is a short piece of text, the reader only gets provided with one idea. The short article is filled with useful information about the acts and laws of guns, however, it never really uses any emotion while explaining the problem. Throughout the years, gun violence has affected millions directly and indirectly. To truly convince the readers of the point Alan was making he should have included pathos in his argument. The article, “End the Gun Epidemic in America,” The Editorial Board, demonstrated the argument with pathos by her first line, “All decent people feel sorrow and righteousness fury about the latest slaughter of innocents, in California.”
Dr. Reid Meloy gives the author his opinion on the mental health issue behind the national gun control debate. Dr. Meloy believes that mental illnesses cannot and should not be the excuse for gun violence. He is a noted psychologist who has written books and worked for the FBI and CIA, so I believe he is extremely reliable. Also, this blog was posted in February of 2015, so it is more recent than other articles I’ve read about my topic. I used the interview with Dr Meloy in my argument and rebuttal of the mental health issue behind this controversy.
The 38 witnesses who did not do anything while Kitty Genovese was murdered is an ionic event in the history of helping research. The authors of this article (Manning , Levine, & Collins, 2007) use archived evidence to show that there was no proof that witnesses saw the crime or remained inactive, and also reports were taken from the witnesses that state one of the witnesses scared Moseley off, but later he returned and killed Kitty. Other witnesses stated that they tried calling the police station but couldn’t get in contact with them. This is why the authors do not agree that this event should be relivent with helping research. The article also gives a reasoning of why the witnesses stayed “inactive” during the cime which is known as the
The white officer claims self-defense and was not wearing a body camera. Would we know more if the officer was wearing the camera? Maybe not. Last year in Albuquerque (one of the cities that has all officers equipped), the U.S. Department of Justice took a look at the use of body cams after a report of excessive force was filed and no video of the incident was produced. The DOJ found that the officers were wearing the body cams but were not turning them on.
Past research of varying topics often leaves hole of areas that could be looked into further. The authors of Biting Once, Twice: The Influence of Prior on Subsequent Crime Location Choice, a research article that was published in the 53rd volume of Criminology, believed that the research of the past has completely ignored repeat offending and its connection to crime location choices. In the past the studies have only looked at single crimes per offender, or viewed multiple crimes as being committed by multiple offenders. This review of their research on repeated crime location will start with the coverage of their main research questions, research methods, and their findings. An analysis will then be given of their methods used, my agreement with the
However, it was established in the court hearing by Mr. Robinson’s previous lawyer Atticus Finch that Mayella's father is left handed. The county sheriff stated that no one called a doctor to inspect Mayella's injuries because, "It wasn't necessary, Mr. Finch. She was mighty banged up. Something sho' happened, it was obvious. " Is it not essential to consider the very real possibility that her left hand dominant father was instead the inflictor of the injuries?
Do You Think Children Should Get The Flu Shot? To shoot or not to shot? This is a major question from the majority who have lost confidence in the influenza vaccine, also called the flu shot. I am going to be up front with you, to tell my personal opinion of how I feel about this shot.
No explanation was given as to why A. R. Barnes admitted to the killings and passing a polygraph, nor was he charged with the crimes. He had given accounts to details that had not been made public all of which was identical to the physical evidence. The Prosecution response was Henry Lee Hunt was the most dangerous man in Robeson County. Witness statement were divulged 10 years after the trial, upon completion of his polygraph, the respected examiner made the following paraphrased statement” During his pro-law enforcement where he had faith in the justice system has now been shaken, due in part to working
(Kleck, Kovandzic and Bellows, Does Gun Control Reduce Violent Crime?) Among all these different studies, as well as the different aspects that have to be considered when analyzing the data, there is not enough strong evidence to support that gun control laws reduce violent gun crimes. Strong supporting evidence produced by Kovandzic, Marvell, and Vierait in 2005, whose panel data was pertained to 189 large cities from 1980 to 2000, used city data that did not influence the county crime rates. They found that Right to Carry (RTC) laws have no real significant effect on violent crime rates.
Imagine if a person was a major drug dealer and drug money was their only stream of income. Once that person is caught by law enforcement and sentenced by the court, they spend some time in the correctional system. When they get out, the reality of the label “felon” sticks with them when they’re trying to apply for jobs. If they are unable to make a living for themselves the right way, they will be tempted to go back to their criminal lifestyle. Society makes it extremely hard for felons to reenter society and the felons shouldn’t be at fault because they have limited options.
Chapter 11 talked about the goals of of corrections. These goals included Retribution, Incapacitation, Deterrence, and Rehabilitation. Each of these goals contribute to the corrections of juveniles. Incapacitation is when the offender is locked away, not allowing them to be in society minimizing them committing any type of crime. Retribution also now as dessert is when the offender is punished for their criminal acts.