Her father was considered to be a schizophrenic. He was in and out of prison and hanged himself in prison in 1969. Her mother abandoned Aileen and her older brother with her grandparents. Aileen did not have much of a childhood, living isolation, with hardly any friends. At an early age she was sexually active trading sex for cigarettes at age nine.
During the attack, the police allowed her husband to wander around for 25 minutes and watched as he continued to attack her. When the ambulance arrived and took Tracy away, then they proceeded to arrest Charles. Tracy went to court against the police department of her home town, Torrington, Connecticut for failing to provide her with protection since she was married to her attacker. The court found that Tracey was discriminated against because the violence was a Domestic dispute. She was awarded 2.3 million dollars by the court.
Poyck and Valdez were eventually arrested the same day. “In 1972, William Van Poyck, at age 17, was sentenced to life in prison” (Killing People In the Name of Teaching That Killing is Wrong) for armed robbery with a deadly weapon. He was originally sent to Starke, which is known as the toughest prison in the state, but in 1977 Poyck was sent to a place called The Rock for bad behavior. He escaped from The Rock by making a key to open a security door and then cutting through fences. A month later, after his escape he was caught.
Narrates that she was raped when she was very young, what we see as an example of crime funnel with the level of reported crimes, and she never reported this. Also her brother died while in jail, and that her parents were separated. It is evident that all these factors that affected her life, leads to conclude that they determine the fact that she was involved in a murder. This murder took place on September 14, 1989 where the victim was Leonard Skwarok. Yvonne’s sentence was the longest and most severe of all involved in the murder, 25 years while the others received 10 years.
A fourth brother, Lloyd (1896–1949), a loner, spent 25 years in Leavenworth prison (1922–47) and, after release, was killed by his wife. (The father of the Barker boys, George Barker, was never a gang member and was abandoned by Ma Barker in 1927.) PRETTY BOY FLOYD Floyd was born in Bartow County, Georgia. He grew up in Oklahoma after moving there with his family from Georgia in 1911, and spent considerable time in nearby Kansas, Arkansas andMissouri. He was first arrested at age 18 after he stole $3.50 in coins from a local post office.
After questioning followed with some evidence Simmons lashed out at a man by the name of Bayum, punching him in the face, and struggling to get a deputy’s handgun. Simmons was dragged out of the courtroom in chains and on May 16, 1988 Simmons was sentenced to death by lethal injection, Simmons began to waive all his rights to appeal. A series of reports and interviews were done on and with Simmons, he was known to waive his rights to appeal his conviction. The Supreme Court justices threw out his appeals with a 7 > 2 vote. Governor Bill Clinton signed Simmons second execution warrant for June 25th, 1990.
In 1962, John married 17 year old Victoria Digiorgio. When they married they already had a daughter, Angela, and Victoria was pregnant with their second child. John and Victoria separated many times during the early years of their marriage. John tried to hold down legitimate jobs, but he always failed and returned to a life of crime. In 1963, Gotti spent 20 days in jail for being involved with the theft of a
He was found guilty of the murder and was convicted of killing Peggy. However on January 22, 2008 Timothy Masters was exonerated of the charges which were filed against him. The dismissal of the charges against him was after he had served several years behind bars. In this case, it is clear that these law professionals relied on inconclusive information. Timothy Masters’ arrest was only because he had failed to report that he had found a dead body while he was heading to school.
The main thing the story focuses on is the little boy Ellie and his mother Stephanie, their relationship and his behavior towards her. The background on the story is that she is a mother in a Federal prison camp for women in Illinois. She is serving time for conspiracy. Conspiracy is a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful. She participated in an act of violence with her boyfriend and did not talk to the police so they gave her ten years and he talked and received three years.
Spilled Salt: By Barbara Neely The short story “spilled salt”, by Barbara Neely is about a single mother, Myrna, who raised her son alone since he was six. The son, Kenny, convinced a crime. Because he raped a girl, he spent four years in prison and the story starts when he released from prison and came back home where his mother doesn’t want to live with him anymore. She doesn’t want to lose her sweet memories of the little and funny boy. She loves the boy who was four years ago and not the man who is now standing in front of her.