Kemper’s mother had sent him to live with his grandparents because she was tired of his eccentric behavior. Edmund Kemper, seventeen at the time, decided to shoot his grand mother “just to see how it felt” and eventually shot his grandfather when he returned home. He was sent to a mental asylum later for his actions but proved to his psychologist, through assistant work and studies, that he was deemed normal enough for release including expunging his juvenile records. However, he was still fascinated with killer which began his murder campaign around the age of 24. Edmund worked for the department of transportation in Santa Cruz and began to pick up hitchhikers, bring them to deserted areas, and brutally rape and kill them.
Strangulation was his preferred method, the same method he often used to kill animals as a child. After the body of his first victim, Taunja Bennett was found, the media’s attention surrounded Laverne Pavlinac, a woman who falsely confessed to killing Bennett with her abusive boyfriend (The serial killer hit list). Jesperson was then upset the he was not getting the attention, so he first drew the smiley face on the bathroom wall where he wrote an anonymous confession for the murder, hundreds of miles away from
He became obsessed with all this young women that looked like his ex-girlfriend. all of them had many thing in comment with his old girlfriend. For example there was the long straighten hair and beautiful young ladies. he would go and stalk many of them in the school property , he would rape the and murder after wards. he was on the run for many years until one of his victims reported to the police officers and they capture him , but it was amazing that they taught he was the wrong person and let him loose what a huge mistake they made with out knowing he was the serial killer they been looking for.
Having completed her wish, Matty attempts to kill Ned and Mary Ann Simpson who helped her carry out the mission so that the case could be closed. A woman identified as Matty is found dead and Ned ends up going to jail. There he finds out that Matty’s name was actually Mary Ann Simpson and that the body found dead was that of Matty Tyler, name of her high school friend. This movie definitely bears certain legal issues that give reasons to characters acting in certain ways. Throughout this paper, I will address these issues and show their application in plot.
October 2, 2012 Case Brief Cupp v Murphy 412 U.S. 291 (1973) Facts: Daniel Murphy was convicted of murdering his wife in the second degree. After he found out of the murder he called the police and voluntarily submitted himself to questioning. In the middle of his questioning the police noticed a dark spot on his finger and they asked if they could get a sample and he refused. The police did not respect his wishes and they took the sample anyways of what was under his fingernail. They processed it and later found out there was traces of his wife’s nightgown, skin, and blood all from the deceased victim.
After the murder, Neff begins to care about what might happen to Lola, Mr.Dietrichson’s daughter, both of whose parents have been murdered. Neff is also worried about Keyes, the determined manager of the claims office, whom we later discover he is confessing to on the Dictaphone. Later, in a confrontation between Phyllis and Walter, she shoots him in the chest, but he has the strength to shoot and kill her. Neff goes back to the office, wounded and confesses what happened through the Dictaphone. In the majority of noir films, the femme fatale remains committed to her independence, rarely allowing herself to be converted by the hero or captured by the police (Blaser).
Meo turn around when he saw T coming after him he pulled out his nine millimeter him by mistake shot him. When Julie finally got there her friend Rose had told her what had happened, and that her brother was shot by Meo. At the same time Meo text her telling here what had happen and how they saw him and how he is on the run. This was to mush for Julie to handle, her brothers died the guy she loves is on the run and because of Meo and T there’s a lot of tension in between the two gangs. Julie decided that she was going to leave with Meo and start a new life in
Asked if she knew what it meant to kill someone, Weier purportedly responded, “I believe it’s ending a life and I regret it.” She also reportedly told the police, “The bad part of me wanted her to die, the good part of me wanted her to live.” Geyser reportedly stated that what she did was probably wrong. Both girls believed so much in the fictional character they thought that killing their classmate would show their devotion. Many people in court asked for mental tests to be done on both girls, since they haven’t done anything wrong before, the presence of a mental issue is possible. Geyser's attorney fought for the case to be fought in juvenile court. Though their brains are still developing they are still held liable for their actions.
I, however, believe that Monika killed Jimi out of jealousy of his relationship with Devon and other woman. She was talking to friend after his death and wrote a book later saying how her and Jim spoke about marriage. Jimi was the biggest free love free spirit. Devon was said to be the closest thing he had to a girlfriend. I also believe that she killed him because there was said to have been a towel with substantial amounts of red wine and all over the sheets and Jimi.
Chronicles of a Death Foretold written by Gabriel Garcia Marquez tells the story behind a murder that occurred within a community. Santiago Nasar, a wealthy ranch owner, was murdered for dishonoring Angela Vicario, a girl who comes from a poor family. Throughout the entire story, we get people’s ideas and perspectives about the impending murder and by the end of the story, the Vicario twins are not the only murderers; rather, the entire community becomes murderers as well because of their carelessness and failure to attempt to stop the impending murder. The author begins his story by telling us that Santiago Nasar was going to be killed. By opening up the book this way, it draws the reader in and the readers begin to ask themselves questions.