Although Dorothea was not a psychologist or therapist of any kind she knew that improving conditions for the mentally ill would help them. In one of her testimonials to legislature she shared this “some may say these things cannot be remedied, these furious maniacs are not to be raised from these base conditions. I know they are…I could give many examples. One such is a young woman who was for years ‘a raging maniac’ chained in a cage and whipped to control her acts and words. She was helped by a husband and wife who agreed to take care of her in their home and slowly she recovered her senses”.
It is towed away three days later. Casey's mother, Cindy Anthony, calls the police to arrest her daughter on suspicion of stealing the family car and money. She also tells them it smells like there has been a body in it. Casey is questioned. Tells police she has not seen caylee for more than 30 days.
From the day she was accused of killing her daughter up until her recent days in court finally, I have read and listened to countless evidence. There is no doubt in my mind that Casey Anthony is guilty of killing her daughter Kaylee Anthony. I believe the media for the most part also believes whole heartedly that Casey is guilty of first-degree murder. However in this particular article they argue the chance of Casey just having bad timing and hard childhood. Regardless of what might have happened over 10 years ago, doesn’t change the fact that she took another human beings life who just happens to be her own flesh and blood.
She said Casey had given varied explanations as to Caylee’s whereabouts and finally amitted that she had not seen her daughter for weeks. Casey had told the police many different stories like her kid had been kidnapped by a nanny on June the 9th, and that she had been trying to find her whereabouts and she was too frightened to alert the police. With the child still missing , Casey was charged with first degree murder in October and pled not guilty. The little girl’s skeletal remains where then found December 11th in a wooded area near the family’s home. The investigation with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department began investigating the disappearance of Caylee Anthony , he found discrepancies in Casey’s signed statement.
Eventually it is discovered that Sethe is the one responsible for her daughter’s death—the same daughter that now haunts her home at 124. Sethe does all that she can to move on with life and pretend that the murder never occurred. She speaks about the murder to no one and even when directly questioned, she fails to bluntly answer. Even Denver, Sethe’s living daughter turns a deaf ear to the murder. Morrison writes, “Even when she did muster the courage to ask Nelson Lord’s question, she could not hear Sethe’s answer .
Bloom stated that Mary Barnett suffered from postpartum depression, a syndrome that affects many women after the birth of their children. There are many women that have this depression and have learned to take control it. Therefore Mary had plenty of other options to seek psychiatric help, but she chose otherwise. In my opinion I think Mary is a selfish woman because she only thought for herself when she left her daughter alone. In addition, Officer Mitchell was also a witness and he stated that Mary was aware of her own actions.
Ethical formalism that is a deontological system because its determinant is motive or intent and not consequence. This is the system that the cops chose because they believed their motive was in fact good and they weren’t worried about getting caught. All the police officers where worried about in this situation was getting drugs off the street and taking off some of the pressure they were being put under by society. I believe that if Detective Griffiths would have not gotten shot and killed and this was a normal raid and drug but this situation never blows up like it did. It was a very unfortunate accident where everything that could go wrong went wrong and it ended up with a dead officer and a criminal that got to walk away with no punishment at all.
Summary The film opens as Francine Hughes is being played by Farrah Fawcett. She, along with her three children are seen escaping from her house that was in engulfed in flames in March 1982. Shortly afterward, Francine Hughes is charged with murder. Her court-appointed attorney, Aryon Greydanus who is played by Richard Mauser meets with her but finds her stunned and unresponsive. He pleads with her to cooperate, and she finally begins to express her story.
It was DNA evidence that led to a conviction in the 1998 murder case of 10-year-old Anna Palmer who was attacked and killed outside of her own front door in Salt Lake City. The crime was heinous, and included multiple stab wounds to her body, but following the crime, investigators had no witnesses, little evidence, and no apparent suspects, the news station reports. However, in 2009, forensic analysts were called in to assist in the case, and they decided to examine the girl’s fingernails for DNA samples. Using visible and alternative light sources to look for DNA not belonging to the girl, they made a hit, and matched it to a man named Matthew Brock, who had lived a block away at the time of the her murder and was age nineteen then. Brock was already in prison serving a ten year sentence for a sex related crime with a child, and he pled guilty in 2011 to an aggravated murder charge in the death of Anna Palmer and is now in prison for life.
The lost of Codi’s baby is another reason for distant attitude towards others. She had no one to go to for comfort. Not even by Loyd or her own father, Doc Homer. This then makes Codi create a personal wall towards others in the fear of letting others come in her life. However, Hallie never went through a lost of a loved one as bad as Codi did.