In Sacramento 3 hostages were killed, while 11 others were injured. Differences: -In the Brazilian hostage situation, Sandro’s intentions were to rob the bus and its passengers as a means for survival. Although the reasoning for the Sacramento hostage situation is somewhat unclear, the hostage takers claimed they were trying to draw attention to the troubles in Vietnam, and that they were on a suicide mission. -Sandro died of suffocation although how is unknown, while three of the four hostage takers in Sacramento were shot by police. -The police in
George shouted for help and in that moment felt that his life was in danger and after a brief struggle with travonne over the gun he shot him. Eyewitnesses and EMT can account that martin was the aggressor and that Zimmerman sustained injuries to the back of the head and nose while pinned beneath martin. Tavonne received a fatal injury due to a gunshot wound along with a small abrasion to his left ring finger just below the knuckle, which could be an injury sustained by repeatedly striking someone. There are only two people that actually know what happened on that day and varieus witnesses who only So was there an intent to cause death (actus rea) along with the ( mens rea) if we look at the facts according to
Answer: Although Bobby did not intend on harming anyone with the gun, the mere fact of bring the gun to work shows intention. While waving the gun around and using violent behaviors and erratic motions, Bobby changed the naturally occurring events within that environment. When considering the totality of the circumstances, Bobby has violated the assault statue resulting in the harm to Officer Goodman. Bobby is guilty of assault as he unintentionally fired the gun upon a law enforcement officer in the performance of his or her [the officer’s] duties and should be found guilty of a Class E felony. b. Bobby is angry with his supervisor.
Tennessee vs. Garner The Tennessee vs. Garner case involved the shooting of an unarmed suspect to a burglary. The officer knew the suspect was unarmed and shot and killed him while he was trying to escape. I will discuss whether or not there would be a time to use deadly force against an unarmed suspect. “If an officer believes that the suspect poses a threat to society than it is not unreasonable to use deadly force to prevent escape.” (Tennessee vs. Garner, 2012 Copyright). What actually happened the night that the unarmed young man was shot and killed?
Manslaughter is defined as the unlawful killing of another human being without malice aforethought. I. Discuss the evidence to sustain a charge of murder against Deft: To be liable for murder, the element of malice aforethought must be present. The evidence shows specific intent to kill, premeditation and deliberation in several ways. The facts tell us that Deft searched for several months but was unable to find the killer, Deft went to the 38th street pier in search of the killer, and that Deft pulled out a handgun and shot Kyle in the chest.
Both gangs go to war and Miklo gets shot by a stray bullet. They get in a car crash trying to run away from the police. They all run away but Miklo can’t move, so Paco decides to stay with his cousin in the car. They both get arrested, but Miklo is 18 years old and is sent to San Quentin. Paco is under 18, and decides to take the judges option and go into the marines.
One of the men shot Reynolds and who also testified that Coleman put his hands on Mrs. Reynolds. As a car approached, the men ran away after one of them shot Reynolds a second time. 3. The victim testified that, "in the car lights" while "looking straight at him," he saw the petitioner who shot him and saw the other petitioner "face to face." He also stated that he identified the gunman at the station house before the formal lineup began.
A man named Ernie Jenkins was shot and killed by an officer named Kenly Kadich on March 14. Kadich said that the reason he shot Jenkins was because he was scared for his life and thought Jenkins had a gun. That was a false statement because Jenkins only had a cell phone in his pocket. Jenkins cell phone and his national geographic magazine was the evidence showed. Chris Cross who was the lieutenant of Oregon state patrol was hired by Kadich’s police department to find out if the lost of his wife was affecting his ability to work, Jaden Lattimore who is the cousin of Ernie Jenkins, and Jo-Jo Viernes the General investigator investigating in the Garbage Arsenic is the witness of the plaintiff.
Turning point in the movie ‘Hot Fuzz’ Nicolas Angel finds out that the little town of Sandford, to which he was transferred to as a sergeant, is run by a secretive cult called the NWA( Neighborhood Watch Alliance) that kills anyone who annoys them or makes Sandford look bad. He finds out that the police chief of Sandford is also with the murderous group. While being chased by the NWA, Nicolas runs into his partner, Danny Butterman, the police chief’s son. Nicolas is relieved to see his partner but suddenly he gets stabbed in the chest by Danny. Nicolas’s eyes widen and his mouth opens as he feels betrayed by his friend.
On April 18, 2013, three days after the bombings, images of the suspects were released on live TV and newspapers. The man-hunt for the two terrorists began, as the two suspects fled and did whatnot it took to escape. On the same day the images were released of suspects, the suspects killed an MIT police officer, car-jacked an SUV, and exchanged gun-fire with the police of Watertown, Massachusetts – to try and elude capture. The older brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26 years old, died in the exchange of gun-fire with the Watertown, Boston Police. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19 years old, was captured by police, and was in critical condition therefore was treated to the hospital.