A few years later he started dating thirteen-year-old Caril Ann Fugate. After his father kicked him out of the house for crashing his car, he became a garbage man(he was later sacked). Believing he was doomed to a lifetime of drudgery and poverty, he started plotting bank robberies and developed his guiding belief that “dead people are all on the same level.” His first murder took place on November 30, 1957. He had tried to buy a stuffed toy for his girlfriend from a gas station, but had been refused credit. He returned at three in the morning with a 12-guage shotgun, robbed $100 from the till and, after a scuffle, he shot the attendant in the head at point blank range.
His Mother, Magdalena Luczak and her partner, Mariusz Krezolek were subsequently tried and convicted of a series of abuse charges, which included imprisoning the boy for several years and force feeding him salt. However the case highlighted a number of flaws in the social system, which had they been recognised could have prevented the events that occured. Teachers at the school had recognised that the child was abnormally small for his age, and he has frequently been found attempting to smuggle food from the school, yet no one noticed these trigger points and acted accordingly. The schools sole visit came only when Daniel's attendance had reached abnormally low levels, this being conducted by a school nurse, who although referring him to a pediatrician and providing vitamins (which he never recieved) did not follow the case any further and didnt provide the duty of care needed. Doctors and other medical professionals had also treated Daniel for injuried on numerous occasions over several years, yet much in the same way did not proceed to investigate any further, and so Daniels abuse continued.
Rex was in trouble again for stealing two cars and received a three-year sentence to a Correctional Institution in Cottonwood, Idaho. Again while in prison Rex stayed out of trouble, but did not seek any help for his many problems. I think this is one of Rex Krebs major downfalls, because of what you taught us in class this semester, if you catch these problems early the better off you are at any kind of treatment. In 1987, after serving three years behind bars, Rex Krebs was released. His mother called him to see if he wanted to live with her and her new husband.
In the ides of March of 1942, John Wayne Gacy was born in Chicago, Illinois to a loving mother and a drunken father who would beat Gacy and his siblings. Dealing with a series of health and heart issues Gacy was isolated and rejected during his early childhood years resulting the homosexual feelings that Gacy later realized. Due to his urges and his homosexual feelings Gacy sexually assaulted two boys and was convicted for a ten year span in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. In 1970 Gacy was granted parole for the sexual assault after serving 18 months of a ten year sentence. After his release Gacy was able to obtain a job as a short order cook for a brief time before starting his company.
These clubs were called "speakeasies". Many of them were held underneath actual legal clubs or were in sketchy boarded up buildings. This led to many police raids, and these raids tended to be violent. Of course, wherever there is police, there are criminals. Someone had to be making all of this illegal alcohol, and prohibition gave many small to medium time crooks the oppurtunity to build their crime empire.
Graveyard Under The Clown’s House Through American history, numerous murders have been committed by serial killers. Many of whom you would never expect to kill innocent people, but looks can be deceiving at times. This was the case for a small community in Chicago. A man who seemed like a nice, hardworking, and caring neighbor turned out to be the complete opposite of what he made his neighbors believe. Pretty soon not only the state of Chicago but the whole country would know of the terrorizing and perverted actions of this man.
When David was just a little boy his daily routine was to wake up, do his daily chores, and if he didn’t do one task right he suffered by being beaten by “Mother”. When David would show up at school everyday with new bruises and burns, his teachers and nurses started to get worried. The school sat down with David and another police man about his life at home and how it went. When David finally confessed that he had been beaten everyday constantly, the officers put David into a foster care. There were times when David would run into “Mother,” but they both knew to keep their distance from each other.
Between all the physical and mental abuse from both parents and the poor school results, NAME managed to push through and successfully complete year 10. Year 11 brought an increase in school work and class work, as well as a zero tolerance for not handing in class and homework. A few months in, NAME gave up and stopped attempting, he stopped going to class and spent days isolated in his bedroom. NAME’s family made an attempt to enrol him in a media course at TAFE but he later dropped out of that as well, and begun to enter a deep depression from all the abuse and issues that he was
Some say he killed six more women until 1892 but because he was not caught it was never proven. There were some attacks on women in the area before the actual murders occurred and it is said that they were acted out by the man who later was called Jack the Ripper. The victims were all prostitutes, they varied in both age and appearance. Their deaths were similar, the throats were slit and they were mutilated. The victims were: Mary Ann Nichols, murdered Friday, August 31,
When people were evicted from their house the sometimes would have to use pieces of lumbar and cardboard boxes they would build miny houses or shacks and call them “hoovervilles” they named them after president hover because so many people thought that it was his fault that the depression had started. Homerville’s had no electricity and no running water. Man hoovervilles were next to rivers or firehouse plugs but they where allowed due to how bad the economy was. In January 1931 new York opened bread lines that feed 85,000 people a day the soup was often called taste less often no vegetables many men were humiliated by being in bread lines. But other minorities other then whites had it worse over 50 percent of African Americans where unemployed and those that did have jobs were normally fired and replaced by white workers.