3) What specific part of the book had the most impact on you? Why? The specific part of the book that had most impact on me was when I found out Emmett Till was kidnapped and murder by two guys just for whistling a woman . When his parents named Mamie Till and Luis Till panic when he never came home they went to court but the court didn’t do much to help fine Emmett Till body so years later finally the court decide to move a point were they would try to fine Emmett Tills body .When they found his body his face looked different so Then after fining Emmett Till body the court was trying to fine who caused his murder. When the guys were in court and let go months had pass by the murder of Emmett Till posted on a magazine how they murder Emmett
Furthermore, the NAACP supported the case against Milam and Bryant in 1955 for the lynching of 14-year old Emmett Till, the NAACP helped by protecting his uncle Moses Wright. This allowed Mose Wright to give his testimony, drawing media attention in the blatant racism in the Deep South. The NAACP was also responsible for the success of the Civil Rights Campaign through peaceful protests, for example they organised the Montgomery Bus Boycott which led to the desegregation of buses in Alabama in the Bowler v. Gayle case. The Role of Individuals was another factor contributing to the success of the Civil Rights Campaign during 1945-57. Rosa Parks helped as she started the bus boycott of Montgomery by refusing to give up her seat to a white passenger.
Upon leaving the store Emmett whistled and Mrs. Bryant went to her car and retrieved a pistol. She later told her husband what happened and around 2:30 a.m. Roy Bryant and J.W. Milliam went the house of Emmett’s great- uncle. The two white men asked if they could take Emmett for a while to discipline him for his rude behavior. Emmett never returned.
4. It was not like huck should be happy, all pap did to Huck was beat him and take his money for booze. V. I think Huck made a good decision by changing names with Tom at the house they stayed at with Tom and Jim. Jim got put in a lock room because they knew he was a runaway. a. Huck was walking leaving town and saw Tom Sawyer, they talked and then went to a family home in the country and stayed there for a while.
Morris begins the film with a juxtaposition of introductory statements from both parties who were involved in the murder of officer Woods. In order to convince the audience that Adams is an innocent man and the distrust of Harris. The audience first sees and hears Adams, which immediately set the rest of the tone for the documentary. Adams begins talking about his first couple of days in Dallas, and how him an his brother were trying to get to California, “I’m not in town for half a day and I got the job.” The viewers acknowledge that Adams is a hard-working man, who has a bright future ahead of him. Which makes them think twice that a hard-working man is not capable of murder.
He had hoped that he could gather a momentum that would extend the support of black churches because black churches played a central role in the Civil Rights Movement. Meanwhile, SNCC brought together like-minded students. Ella Baker, also a director of SCLC, started this organization along with student activists after the highly publicized and successful Greensboro sit-in in 1961. The SNCC gathered many whites and blacks and traveled North to South to protest in support of the civil rights cause. The SNCC ideas of a very successful strategy and tactic were to organize sit-ins, boycotts, and other protests across the country to end segregation in public places such as restaurants, public transportation, and schools (Janken).
In 1927 Capone fled New York and moved to Chicago to reunite with his mentor Torrio, who saw many job opportunities such as bootlegging during the prohibition. Capone was being linked to two crimes and a suspect to the killing of James “Big Jim” Colosimo, who did not agree with Torrio’s ideas. An eye witness was said to have seen a heavyset man with scars on the left side of his face fleeing the crime scene. Even with a very clear description of Capone, he was never caught or arrested.
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.
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.