One day when he was 16 he returned from the field, and to his horror he found a man named Don Agustin Lopez Negrete raping his 12 year old sister. He pulled out his revolver and shot Lopez Negrete once with a deadly wound. As the man lay bleeding on the floor Doroteo wondered what he could do. Surly if he stayed he would be killed. So that was that.
Arthur Ravel who was 16 years old at the time, witnesses this carnage only because the two men assigned to accompany him to his dad’s store were shot by the town folk. Villa’s men proceeded with such methodical precision that it was clear they had scouted the city before the raid. When the American forces returned fire they inflicted heavy casualties on the bandits one of them being Pablo Lopez, the author of Santa Isabel massacre; who was bounded on both
“Saving the babies, that was not practical. They were whacked against walls and trees of they were cut right away” (pg.107 of Machete Season online version on Google Play). Another Killer Adalbert re-accounts his first murder that he truly remembered when he murdered two Tutsi children with a gun. “I out the two children side by side… I stood still I shot twice at their backs… For me it was strange to see the children drop without a sound. It was almost pleasantly easy” (pg.
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. He killed a total of six college girls from the area, promptly earning him the title of Co-Ed killer. This all culminated when he decided to kill his mother with a ice pick, beheading her and using her head for oral sex. He later killed his mother’s friend who he had called
They wave a car down. In the car are three men two younger ones, and the driver. The grandmother recognizes that he is the Misfit or the escaped murderer. The misfit orders his men to kill the mom, dad, son, and daughter in the woods. The grandma whispers that the misfit is one of her own children, one of her babies then the Misfit springs back like she had bit him and he shoots her three times in the chest.
THE INTRODUCTION On the 28th of April 1996, Martin Bryant, armed himself with a high powered rifle and drove to the small tourist village of Port Arthur in Tasmania. For the next 19 hours Bryant indiscriminately shot dead 35 people and injured numerous others before eventually being arrested by Police. This essay will examine the now well known ‘Port Arthur Massacre’ from an emergency management perspective. The essay will identify why this event is considered a disaster, explain the circumstances and effects of the disaster and identify strategies implemented since this disaster that has resulted in improved preparedness for similar situations. THE TOPOGRAPHY OF THE LOCATION Port Arthur is a small tourist village situated on the Tasman
Active and in-active bystanders, witnesses to a brutal murder On 22 May 2013 a was brutally killed in an attack in London during the early afternoon. He was an off duty soldier, later named as Drummer Lee Rigby. He was murdered by two men, who chased him down with their car, then used knives and a clever to hack at him like a “piece of meat”. They tried to behead him before dragging him onto the road. After the murder, they remained at the scene talking to bystanders, and asking them to take videos and photos.
EL PUERTO NEWS DAYLY SPEACIALS SHERRIFF CHAVEZ WAS SHOT BY A CRAZY VETERAN Last Saturday night, Sherriff Chavez was murderer by an old veteran named Lupito. As some witnesses said- “he had just finished his rounds, having coffee, and Lupito came up to where he sat and without warning shot Chavez”. After that, a punch of farmers carried guns and chased after Lupito. Lupito finally got shot and died while hiding in a river. (The picture).
Again, in the article, “High-Jinks: Shoot-Out” By Guy Martin, it says “He woke up and, as usual, hopped a neighbor’s fence and exited through a neighbor’s house. He caught a livery cab on Amity Street and headed north to the Heights. He knew he was in trouble when his driver refused to raise the windows. A member of the Gaisford team shot him in the chest through the cab’s passenger side window as he pulled up to the school.” This shows that with teamwork, the Gaisford team was able to shoot and kill their opponent, as it took a team effort to get the victim to the right place at the right time and shooting the victim. While teamwork is a very valuable lesson you learn, you also use lots of preparation in these role-playing gun