Eva Dugan, 52, was the first woman to be executed in Arizona for the murder of Andrew J. Mathis, 65. Dugan first met Andrew when she became his housekeeper at his ranch, but she was soon fired for a reason that’s unknown. Soon after, Mathis disappeared with his car and other personal belongings; resulting in the beginning of an investigation. Further into the investigation, it was found that Dugan had posed as Andrews wife when she sold his car. Dugan was soon found by police, where she was charged with car theft, and was sent to jail.
But the question is, how did the snakes get there? What’s happening is former Burmese Python owners are dumping their snakes in The Everglades. The
Also, he needs to defend peoples’ rights like he mentions a story about an innocent man who got shot by the police and no one punished this officer. Instead, he is getting a raise every year. Harmond believes that No one is above the law and if he became a mayor, even the police misconduct will never be rewarded and all the people will follow the
Think again Burmese Pythons are NOT the best pet if you don’t know how to care for it properly. First of all Burmese Pythons are one of the most deadly snakes in the world. “[Can grow] to an astounding length of 23 feet and a weight of 200 pounds” (Piven). Burmese Pythons are very unique, other than their outstanding length and weight, they kill their prey very different than most snakes. Burmese Pythons are constrictors.
How is the presence of Burmese pythons changing the Everglades? The Burmese python is a beautiful snake that can weigh up to 200 pounds and grow up to the length of 23 feet according to Piven 44. These snakes are native to Southeast Asia and ended up in the Everglades. These snakes mean no harm but due to irresponsible owners these snakes have adopted to the Everglades ecosystem.
Burmese Pythons Burmese pythons have a large number of sharp, strong, curved teeth. They have long bodies that can strangle their prey. Burmese pythons have invaded Florida’s Everglades. These snakes are very vicious, and they have no known predators. These pythons will tear their way through the Everglades.
Maybe it was her only option. Whatever the case was, I know that in my heart Ms. Rita would not have left him there to get mistreated. I think Jennings's placement could have been less traumatic if Ms. Rita sat with him and explain where he was going and what to expect .This way Jennings would have been less
Source 1, Burmese Python: Not the Ideal Pet, states,”Think of a telephone pole, and then imagine a snake as big around the middle as that pole.” (Source 1). Pythons stretch a length of 23 feet and can weight up to 200 pounds. Burmese Pythons have no venom, but, they have also other ways to kill their prey.
In 1990, while partnered with Officer McLeod, she made numerous complaints regarding Officer McLeod’s behavior, citing sexual harassment issues, to Sergeant Bozeman. Williamson claims, in part, that McLeod Created a hostile work environment by making inappropriate comments accompanied by unwanted and unwelcomed touching. Williamson made numerous complaints to a non-responsive Sgt. Bozeman. In April 1992, Williamson requested a transfer from the Criminal Division because of "sexual harassment" issues with McLeod.
As Bartollas states, ‘It is necessary to suspend to terminate staff who abuse inmates and violate their rights” (2013). The administration must take a hard stance on such individuals who are convicted or found guilty of these actions. Allowing the individual to retire or resign to avoid charges suggests that there is a concern for image and reputation and not the welfare of the inmate which they have been given custody of. As such, respect is lost from other staff members and inmates alike. Thus fostering the notion that the actions of the staff member were acceptable or justified and no corrective actions will come in future violations.
It is also feared by local officials that it is only a matter of time before the snakes harm a visitor at the Everglades National Park. David Tuffley, National Resources Management of the Florida Everglades noted, “you can be standing right on top of one of the animals with grass six inches tall and see not see them.” Andrea Sherman, from Scholastic News writes, “ with the overpopulation of pythons this is why there is now a federal ban on the importation of Burmese pythons along with three other snakes and has also became illegal in Florida to have private ownership of Burmese
but he claims he cares for his city, but what about the people who live in
In the news paper article it states that''with no natural predators these eating machines appear to be wining out huge numbers of opossums, racoons , bob cats, as well as many birds species Until now growth of Burmese pythons are huge and they are going around eating other animals,'' these animals are in Florida because we brought them here.'' And the Burmese python are a big threat to the ecosystem of Florida's everglades.