Hoods popped, doors and trunk unlocked, and license plates removed; Placed in two very different community personalities, The Bronx, and Palo Alto. Before we could even start recording, The Bronx car was being stripped and sold for profit. While the car in Palo Alto hadn’t had a single act of vandalism against it for the two weeks it was there. It surprisingly was only touched once by a kindly gentleman who shut
The police wrongly accused him of committing the crime due to the fact that he brought Madame L’Espanaye 4,000 francs three days before the murder took place. Dupin proved that it wasn’t Le Bon who committed the murder as the 4,000 francs were still in the apartment after the murder happened. Another convention which is found in ‘The Murders of Rue Morgue’ is the process of mental reasoning. Throughout the whole investigation of the murder, Dupin is using his knowledge to think critically about how the murder was committed. He observed little things such as the one nail missing on the window, a ribbon knotted on a light pole outside the apartment, and that the hair on Madame L’Espanaye wasn’t actually human hair.
While the test subjects did in fact consent to the experiment via documents, they developed this false understanding through the experiment that they could not leave at any time, that “there was no way out”. During this time period, there were no existing laws that this experiment violated but it did pave the way for several to be introduced. For example, in the consent form it stated that the prisoners would not experience physical harm, but several days later they were brutally beaten by the guards. A few scenarios such as this one would be considered illegal with today’s legal system. One law that was created after this required federal prisons to separate minors awaiting trial from adults to avoid them suffering from abuse.
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.
Zimbardo then took a similar car to Palo Alto, California, an upscale area, but this time there was no damaged license plate and the doors were closed and locked. It sat, undisturbed, for a week. Zimbardo then damaged the car with a hammer, including breaking a window (hence, the “broken window experiment”). The result was that the car became a hulk on cinder blocks within three days (Rovira). This experiment translated to a policing philosophy that by taking care of the small things, the broken windows, the petty crimes, an area, a neighborhood, or an entire city would be seen as something not subject to damage.
According to Dr Salmi Razali, a psychiatrist and senior lecturer at Monash University, said that there is no actual rates of babies that were dumped because not all of the babies were found. But based on the police statistics, for every 100,000 live babies there is 16.33% have been dumped illegally in 2011 compared to 13.06% babies in 2007. The adulterer finds it as an easy solution because they want to avoid their wrongdoings from their family. Besides, they feel ashamed towards their family members and the society. Thus, their actions can cause the innocent life of babies being taken.
As a result, instead of spending his time in prison and getting the Bombe confiscated from him, he decided to go through a series of treatment which consisted of injecting him with estrogen every month to get rid of his homosexual desires. This treatment did not give the wanted result but left Turing with awful side effects. Eventually, Turing committed suicide by eating an apple laced with Cyanide from his lab. Years later, he received a posthumous royal pardon from Queen Elizabeth II. (38, Hodges).
The Stanford Prison Experiment was conceived by Phillip Zimbardo with the aim of the Experiment being to observe and analyse the psychological effects of becoming a prisoner or a prison guard. The experiment was funded by the United States Office of Naval Research who wanted to study anti-social behaviour 24 individuals were chosen for the experiment, all of them college age males (The story: An overview of the experiment, 1999). The individuals were assigned the role of prisoner or guard at random. With the aid of a consultant, the basement of Stanford University was converted into a realistic prison environment, with multiple cells, a solitary confinement chamber and a two way intercom, allowing guards to listen in on what the prisoners were saying. The prisoners were arrested without consent and subject to standard police procedure, being fingerprinted and then blindfolded and brought to the simulation prison.
Aside from that, we will see both sides of the story, the policemen, and the civilian. With that being implemented there will not be any more dishonesty. We all know everyone hates lies, especially our government. We are living in a world where violence is all over the place and it seems like we will never be violence-free. However, it can be controlled and body cameras would be a start.
Jack’s simple mistake was instantly regretted, he knew the crash was inevitable. Precisely before the cars contacted each other, Jack turned his head to face his son Chris, who looked back at him with his innocent face… The victims of the car accident were immediately taken to the nearest hospital, though there weren’t any casualties Jack and Edward Wilson were severely injured, Chris only had minor injuries and was discharged from the hospital the day after the crash. The moral of the story: other people make mistakes, slow