Daric Morgan investigated the man who shot his wife, who is going to have a baby and wants it to be a boy. The victim states,” you will pay for this because of what you did to my son. The Victim also states,” You will pay for this because of what you did to my son, YOU KILLED HIM! My boy was the world to me.” Once he was done talking to him one of the partners showed him of what the killer left for him
Joy is tricked and Old Nick successfully kidnaps Joy and makes her his prisoner, although his motive is unclear regarding his deed. Joy is locked in a shed behind Old Nick’s house; no windows to look outside, but a skylight (window attached on a roof), which is unreachable. Not long after the kidnapping, presumably, Joy is raped by Old Nick. Joy then gave birth to Jack. Jack grew up in the shed without ever
The colonel gave an improper command, and the strict discipline of West Point forbade any improvisation, so Jackson’s company marched off the parade ground and straight through the town. The lieutenant’s explanation was illuminating and characteristic: He was obeying orders(Vandiver). Two days after his arrival at Weston, Jackson’s orders arrived. The department required the your lieutenant to proceed to Fort Columbus, Governor's Island, New York, to report to Capt. Francis Taylor, First Artillery.
The same girl he did work for every day started a trial against him saying he raped her. Her claim should have been disproven in many ways, there was enough evidence to contradict it but the jury is so racist they look right past it. Tom was found guilty and sent to Enfield Prison Farm waiting for an appeal even though he shouldn’t have been there in the first place. Finally, as Tom was in that prison he got sick and tired of waiting for an appeal so he made a run for it, and was shot 17 times to be stopped. This ends up killing him and once the news makes it to the town it just rolls off their shoulders.
While they were in prison, Paul started a hunger strike by herself first and then eventually the other National Women’s Party members went on a hunger strike to prove that they weren’t giving up and would fight through anything. Alice and a few others were force fed through a torturous method. Alice Paul was moved to a sanitarium by
He succumbed to a many days of questioning by the Army’s Criminal Investigation Division, and less than about a month later was formally convicted by the Army of the murders on May 1 of 1970. However, on June 5, 1970, Colonel Warren V. Rock requested that he hear the evidence against Jeffrey MacDonald. Once he reviewed all of the evidence and wrote a 90 page report regarding it, Colonel Warren V. Rock recommended that all the charges against MacDonald should be dropped because they were “not true” on October 13, 1970. Jeffrey MacDonald was honorably discharged from the army and returned to his home state, New York. After he returned to New York, Jeffrey MacDonald continued his work as a doctor.
It's also been unveiled that there were 20 witnesses in 2008 who corroborated Mill's story that he didn't sell drugs. Additionally, there were plenty of witnesses who have confirmed that the rapper didn't pull a gun on a police officer when they showed up at his house with a warrant. The warrant was also obtained in a very corrupt manner because the so-called drug evidence disappeared before the warrant was issued. Prominent journalists are now seeing a disturbing pattern too. Whenever Mills releases a new album, he gets arrested for a parole violation.
Jack Merridew, the leader of the choir boys, is upset that he wasn’t elected leader and as a result gets to remain the leader of his choir, the designated hunters on the island. Jack becomes obsessed with hunting and begins to ignore what Ralph tells him to do in order to have fun hunting and dancing. Piggy, a fat boy with glasses and asthma, is another significant character in the story. Piggy is the source of many of the good ideas on the island, although he rarely gets credit for them. For the duration of the story, he tries to stand up to Jack and remain by Ralph’s side.
With Mike in jail, Drey’s father non-existent in her life, and her mother working all the time, it is quite noticeable that no one looks out for Drey, despite that her mom works a lot. With neighbourhood like this one, it is very normal for some youths to get them into drug dealing and influence them. The youths are risking their lives while working for other drug dealers. This is another social issue in today’s society that is a drug related