Matthew Shepard died October 12, 1998 at 12:53 a.m. after spending five days in a comma due to massive injuries and head trauma. The evidences Chasity Vera Pasley (20) and Krista Lean Price (18), the suspect’s girlfriends, hid the bloody shoes of Henderson and provided the suspects with alibis. Shepard’s shoes, coat and credit card were found in McKinney’s pick-up truck; his wallet was found in McKinney’s home. A .357 Magnum was also found in McKinney’s home. The trial of the case : “Gay panic” defence Aaron McKinney alleged that Shepard had made a pass at him was sufficient grounds to justify joining with friend Russell Henderson in savagely beating Shepard, clubbing him with a handgun, lashing him to a wooden fence and leaving him to die.
The Doctor then explains to Teddy that he is actually Andrew Laeddis. He describes to Teddy that he murdered his wife who had been suffering with bipolar disorder after she drowned their three kids. Dr. Cawley then attempts to explain to Teddy (Andrew), that he had created a fantasy life in
The movie has some very interesting narrative elements. The plot is about a man who is wrongly convicted of the murder of his wife and her lover. He is sentenced to serve out a life sentence at Shawshank Prison. The movie is set during the years of 1947-1966 and follows his experiences once he arrives at the prison. In act one, although Andy profusely claims his innocence, he is convicted anyway and sent to Shawshank.
His three sons plotted to break him and his cellmate, Randy Greenawalt, out of prison. On July 30, 1978, the sons entered the prison for a visit, taking advantage of a policy that allowed an informal picnic setting for weekend family visits, carrying an ice chest packed with revolvers and sawed-off shotguns.  One of them aimed a sawed-off shotgun at a lobby guard. Greenawalt helped in the escape by cutting off telephones and alarm systems.  They escaped in Donald Tison's 1969 Lincoln Continental, but the next day, one of the Lincoln's tires blew out on a stretch of road not far from the California border, near Quartzsite.
Jona roice Page 1 david smith English 102 10 March 2013 Has Charlie Sheen Hit Rock Bottom? Charlie Sheen does it all (allegedly): parties, drugs, porn stars. He lives the kind of life you’d only expect to see in movies — ironic, considering the bad-boy antics he’s known for take place when the cameras stop rolling. “After careful consideration, Warner Brothers Television has terminated Charlie Sheen’s services on Two and a Half Men, effective immediately,” the studio said, in a decision that is likely to cost Sheen tens of millions of dollars in lost earnings (Adams). Sheen, 45, has been known for his highly publicized marital, legal and substance abuse problems as much as his acting.
Essay criteria for criminal in psychology. Ted Bundy. ‘I am the most cold-blooded son of a bitch you’ll ever meet....I just liked to kill, I wanted to kill’-Ted Bundy Ted Bundy or Theodore Robert Bundy (born as Cowell), was born on 24th of November 1946 at Elizabeth Lund Home for unwed mothers his mother Elenor Louise Cowell or known as Louise by most of the family, told reporters afterwards that Teds father had been a navy man and told how he had seduced her, there had been speculation that Bundy’s actual father was his grandfather Samuel Cowell as he was known to be abusive and violent towards his family. Louise’s parents brought up Ted as their own son to avoid social stigma. Ted told his biographer Michaud that he could ‘identify with’ ‘respected’ and ‘clung to’ his grandfather.
Gerry’s father, Giuseppe Conlon along with six others were also sent to prison for the alleged possession of explosive materials and their support of IRA terrorists. Father and son spend the next fifteen years together in prison; Giuseppe maintains their innocence and fights for their release, while Gerry wrestles the demons of injustice along with the harsh realities of prison life. Only after his father’s health starts to rapidly decline, does Gerry finally start to work with his father to clear their names. With the help of a British lawyer he along with all the others falsely charged are released, after documents surface that the police withheld information that proved their innocence. The movies end with Gerry Conlon vowing that he will not stop until his father (who died in prison) name is cleared of all wrong doing.
David Berkowitz “The Son of Sam” Criminal Profile David Berkowitz “The Son of Sam” Criminal Profile The “Son of Sam” David Berkowitz was a notorious serial killer in the New York area in 1976 - 1977, killing six people and seriously injuring five others (Brody, 2013). He killed at night and targeted brown-haired women and couples sitting in cars, shooting them in cold blood (Brody,2013). He left letters at some of the crimes scenes indicating he was the “Son of Sam” (Brody, 2013). He believed his neighbor Sam Carr was possessed by demons and possibly Satan and their dog told him to kill (Brody, 2013).This man experienced a significant negative developmental, biological and situational factors in his life from infancy to adulthood. This paper will provide a criminal profile based on the biological, developmental and situational factors that lead to his killing spree.
The events occurring in the movie, in context of his lucid-dream state, such as the incident of the car crash involving Julie, his ex-girlfriend, are mirrors of his subconscious battling within his head. This battle is based upon the guilt he had been repressing for so long due to the maltreatment of Julia. It is later discovered by David that he has been frozen for the past 150 years by a cryonic company, and through this discovery realizes that everything that he had come to perceive as reality, such as Sofia a person who he thought he loved, and Brian are just part of the program. His guilt is also mirrored when he sees Julia’s face on what he thought was Sofia. David, like Descartes realizes that in
She is arrested, humiliated in the media, tried, and convicted of her husband's murder. Libby asks her best friend, Angela Green (Annabeth Gish), to look after her 4-year-old son, Matty (Benjamin Weir), for the duration of her prison sentence. On a phone call with Matty from prison, Libby hears a door open in the background, then Matty exclaims, "Daddy!" right before the line goes dead. Libby realizes that Nick possibly faked his death and framed her, leaving their son as the sole beneficiary of his life insurance policy, as people convicted for murder are not allowed to collect the life insurance on their victims.