According to All Serial Killers, "In 1903, Frederick Abberline, a retired crack detective who had been in charge of the Ripper investigation at the ground level stated that he thought that multiple wife poisoner Severn Klosowski, alias George Chapman, might be Jack the Ripper. As with Macnaghten, no other officer has concurred with his opinion and modern criminal profiling science tends to reject Klosowski as a serious candidate." Francis Tumblety, however; fits the profile almost exactly. Francis Tumblety was very well known for his hatred of women. His hatred all began when he learned about his wife, a former prostitute, was cheating on him the
He was said to be too unfit to stand trial because of his mental state. He told police he dug up the women and killed the owner because he was in a haze. In 1968 Ed’s doctor determined he was insane enough to stand trial on November 14 1968 he went on trial for the murders. The trial lasted a week and he was found guilty of first degree murder by reason of insanity and spent the rest of his life in a mental hospital where he died of respiratory failure, cardiovascular disease. As awful as Ed Gein was, some look at him at as a hero.
His lawyer was left in an awkward state, he would have to completely turn around his defense case to prove now that his client was truly insane and only a mentally deranged individual would commit such distasteful lurid acts. Jeff Dahmer took the words insanity to the whole next level. The jury was forced to hear the Dahmer’s outlandish acts towards the victims. For instance how Dahmer kept his apartment crammed up with skeletons, 11 skulls, packages of genitals, and preserved and frozen hearts, muscles, and innards from his 17 slaughtered victims. Dahmer convinced himself that his acts were not sadistic but merely acts of enjoyment.
I saw how you put it [a one-hundred rouble note] surreptitiously into her pockets” (382). If this evil ploy had worked, Luzhin’s victim would have gone to jail. Pyotr Petrovich Luzhin’s guilt is two-fold and undeniable. The way he faces it is paradoxically, by not facing it. First off, he blamed anyone but himself; “He blamed him, [Raskolnikov] and him alone, for everything” (293).
He also admitted that — despite describing in detail the location of the rape in one of his articles, to argue why it was impossible for Jane Doe to have been raped and not seen by nearby joggers — he never went to the rape site. He also admitted that he never read the police, lab and hospital reports whose findings he incorrectly described. As McAlary was writing his columns, several of his colleagues warned their editors that some of their police contacts were disputing the accuracy of his accounts. During the weeks after McAlary’s articles, about 30 members of the Daily News staff gave the newspaper’s editors a petition labeling the columns “a disgrace” and demanding that the paper apologize to Jane Doe and to “all of our readers.” It did not happen. In fact, McAlary bragged about his courage in sticking to his
To go on, these same eye witnesses were never questioned by authorities until 48 hours after the incident occurred. This is a perfect example of how the Oxford police were indifferent to the crime and had no interest in pursuing justice. It is one thing to realize that so many townspeople would care so little, but it is the police’s job to care and effectively ‘protect and serve’. The racial killing of Marrow was not only grossly unnecessary but also morally lacking. It is hard to believe that even in the 1970’s so many people in my own town could so readily display such a disgusting side of human nature.
Boston- Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the man at the center of the Boston marathon bombing trial, has not made any personal statements, he seems disengaged and senseless revealing nothing. As the New York Times states the jury that found Mr. Tsarnaev guilty on April eight of all thirty charges against him will now decide whether to sentence him to death, as the government wants, or to life in prison, which the defense seeks * The American citizens have divided their opinions on this matter , some in favor for the death penalty as view of an act of a “ mass murder “ enough evidence to support the death penalty. In the contrary others is the moral value of not killing other human has also draw a lot of attention into the death penalty, “the eye for eye making the world blind “ follows the values of not killing and have a respect and high morals for the humane
Amon Goeth is a main character to the story and acts as Schindler’s friend. Goeth acts as the antagonist in the story as he would get suspicious of Schindler. The story would mostly take place in Krakow, Poland. The setting takes place in the 1940’s and during World War II which is hardly talked about in the whole story. Schindler’s story of saving more than 1,000 does not start as a mission at first to Schindler.