He also picks fights with all the other jurors, he even threatened to kill juror #8 after he called him a sadist. He expressed a lot of anger in his thoughts which changed the way a few jurors thought of the defendant. No one knew till the end when juror #3 started crying and revealed his sensitive side. He looked grumpy and disturbed the whole movie and his emotions finally break lose. The real reason he was being so obnoxious was because he had issues with his teenage son which effected his opinions about teenagers.
Corll was born on 24 December 1939 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Corll grew up in a combative home and with his parents quarreling constantly. They were divorced while Corll was still an infant, and then remarried after World War II, but Dean's father provided no stabilizing influence, regarding his children with thinly-veiled distaste, resorting to harsh punishment for the smallest infractions. When the couple separated a second time, Corll and his younger brother were left with a series of sitters and leaving their mother to work to support the family on her own. Rheumatic fever left Dean with a heart condition, resulting in frequent absence from school, and he seemed to welcome the change when his mother remarried, moving the family to Texas.
Aileen Wuornos A. What was their childhood like? * Born Aileen Carol Pittman in Rochester, Michigan, on 29 February 1956 * Parents- Diane Wuornos, was 14 years old when she married Leo Dale Pittman on 3 June 1954 * She had an older brother named Keith * Leo was convicted for committing sex crimes against children and ended up enlisting in the military * Diane filed for divorce (while pregnant with Aileen) and went back to parents house. * In January 1960, when Aileen was almost 4 years old, Diane abandoned her children, leaving them with their maternal grandparents,who legally adopted Keith and Aileen on 18 March 1960. * Aileen never met her father because he was convicted of raping a 7yr old girl and attempted murder of an eight-year-old boy10 years later.
Alex was initially chosen and soon learned that this “therapy” was more like torture and he was forced to watch countless hours of gruesome crimes, some that he committed himself. After finishing, Alex found himself feeling physically sick at the thought of any violence whatsoever. Initially in the end Alex’s bad deeds catch up with him and he ends up in the hospital. Unfortunately due to the beatings he received and attempted suicide all the mind tricks he was under were completely gone and he remained the same kid as he was at the beginning of the novel. This book was published in 1962 by Anthony Burgess.
Maria Everson Zaborsky Infamous Crime Cases An infamous case that was solved by forensic evidence was the Theodore Robert "Ted" Bundy case. He was an American serial killer, rapist, kidnapper, and necrophile. He assaulted many women and girls killing between 30-40 people throughout seven different states, which Ted Bundy confessed to. He also cut the head of 12 victims off and kept the head in his house as a memory to always have, he would also kill women and later return to the crime scene to have intercourse with the body until it began to rot or was destructed by wild animals. In 1975 Ted was arrested in Utah but was released due to the little evidence, Two years later was convicted of kidnapping and escaped.
Gray is a “[…] brainless beautiful creature […]” (Wilde 2), Two-Face is not pleasant-looking, due to an unfortunate event; “[…] a vengeful mob boss hurled acid in his face…” (DC Universe) scarring his face for life. Both men began as good people, but because of a series of events, both became bad, each in their own separate ways, but neither sought world domination, unlike many other villains. Both had girlfriends while living as good people, but once each man turned bad, their girlfriends died young and tragically. Both men also have different experiences concerning the law; Two-Face used to be a district attorney and knew the laws, while Dorian did not have any knowledge of the law. Both men became murderers, but their motives and methods were distinctly different.
Since most of the women’s were prostitutes and drug addicts and because of such personality, their status is tarnished among the society and this may have been Pickton attempt to eliminate them. Pickton, hatred towards these women was so severe that his body could not make maintain the state of equilibrium, which increased his drive to kill and because of this, he did not only kill one woman but forty nine of them. According to my research, Pickton confessed to
The new "good" Alex that is released unto the world is depressed, frustrated, and lonely, although no longer violent. A radical political group then exploits him as an example of the cruelty of the Government. This forces Alex to try and commit suicide, but Alex's attempt fails and the Government, who in the end comes out on top, nurses him back to health and his natural mental state. Alex, whose last name is not mentioned in the book, is a violent, aggressive teenager of fifteen, who is the leader of a four-person gang. He truly enjoys violence, reveling in the sight of blood or weapons.
Their sarcastic remarks to the powerless victim are evocative of the sarcasm Alex and his gang used on the victims that they beat and sometimes raped. Whilst Alex is suffering from the movie clips, Doctor Brodsky simply says ‘Excellent, excellent, excellent.’ Here, the Doctor is clearly portraying how he does not wish to show any sympathy towards helpless Alex, as he did do to his previous victims. The detail in which Alex goes into whilst in distress is extremely intense and vivid. Alex says ‘I was sweating a malenky bit with the pain in my guts and a horrible thirst and my gulliver going throb throb throb.’ For me, the repetition of the word ‘and’ explains to the reader just how many feelings of pain and discontent Alex is going through. Words such as ‘sweating’ ‘guts’ and ‘thirst’ are all words that we associate with labour and hard work and that is exactly what Alex seems to be going through.
Many students were afraid to upset or anger them. Ethan and Tara’s band of choice was The Insane Clown Posse. While listening to this band, they decided they had had enough of Sarah. With music shrieking and uttering lyrics of death and murder, the pair grabbed Sarah, brutally assaulted her, chopped her up, and then burned the remains. The parts were found weeks later, and the two pled temporary insanity due to the seductive draw of the music’s lyrics.