Known locally in Cumbria as “Birdy”. Daily Mirror Monday 14.05.12 .Quote that “he shot his twin brother David and the family solicitor. His rampage only came to an end when he took his own life at a Lake District beauty spot but not before going on a shooting spree that injured 24 people and killing a further 12. Richard Edwards The Telegraphs crime correspondent 9:ooam BST 05 June 2010 Writes; The devastating speed of Derrick Birds killing spree was laid bare yesterday as detectives published the first definition breakdown of what they described as his “45-mile rampage”. 2.
15 years have passed since the infamous “Columbine High School Massacre” of 1999, where two secluded high school seniors murdered 12 students and 1 high school teacher. This tragic event , and the death of 30 000 other people due to gun violence each year, sparked a large debate over gun control laws in the US which still exists to this day and seems unlikely to simmer-down any time soon. In In the critically acclaimed documentary “Bowling For Columbine”, Michael Moore explores the roots of Americans fascination of guns. This documentary can easily be viewed as fully objective as Moore does not choose sides between gun control or civil rights, but instead tackles what is the cause of such fondness of this awful culture. This documentary heavily revolves around the idea that the main cause of gun violence in America is due to so many American’s being immersed in a culture of fear.
While attending a racial integration march organized by his father in Washington, Guevara witnessed his father’s assassination; he was only fifteen at the time. After an investigation by the Washington State police, the murderer was found to be a member of on Arian Political group who advocated white supremacy; the murderer served a year in a county jail and was set free. With the death of Guevara’s father the racial integration movement slowly died off. Later in life Guevara attended The New School University in Manhattan New York, there, he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science, Criminal Justice, and Philosophy; afterwards he continued his studies and received his masters in Sociology and African and Latino studies. With his studies completed, Guevara moved to Venezuela and headed the liberation revolution that overthrew all the political governments of Latin America.
They were carrying a factory payroll of $15,776. Three weeks after the murder of the paymaster and his guard, Sacco and Vanzetti fell into a police trap that was set up for suspect in the Braintree crime. Both men were not under surveillance for these crimes, but at the time of their arrest, they were both carrying guns. They were charged for the South Braintree crimes and, according to the Sacco-Vanzetti case, “Vanzetti was also charged with an earlier holdup attempt that had taken place on December 24, 1919, in the nearby town of Bridgewater.” On April 15, the day of the Braintree murders, it has been said that Sacco had taken a day off from work. Sacco's testimony that on April l5—the day that he was away from works—he was in Boston seeking a passport to Italy.
Edward Bradley was said to have been elegant and empathetic. The article stated that Ed “he could really connect with people he interviewed.” He had very strong people skills and was very giddy. He was always, in a sense, “cool” whereas every other reporter was not. He had a unique personality that distinguished him from other hard reporter. “Women loved him,” the article stated and he was always the same on camera as he was off.
Shooting of Travon Martin Florida state is charging Zimmerman with second degree murder with an affidavit of probable cause (Zimmerman had profiled Martin) Travonne martin a seventeen year old was fatally shot in an altercation with George Zimmerman On Feb. 26 2012. According to George Zimmerman, he was on his way home from the store when he observed a young man walking in the rain between townhomes. George Z then called police to report the incident, stating that he looked suspicious. (He never made a comment pertaining to martin’s race). Zimmerman claims that the young man started running and that he got out of his vehicle a pursued him ( Not to capture him but to ascertain in what direction he was headed.)
The story of Ronald Gene Simmons. On the 22nd of December, 1987 the worst mass murder in Arkansas history took place. A man by the name of Ronald Gene Simmons went on a killing spree. He started off by killing his wife, kids, and his three year old granddaughter, but it didn’t stop there. He killed his family and quite a few harmless townspeople because he went insane, because why else would you kill harmless people?
He is respected by all and is comparatively well off. As a person, Atticus is known as calm, wise, intelligent and fair. And there are many instances in which his wisdom shines through. The fact that he hired a black woman to take care of his children in times like that shows a lot about his character. No other person in the entire town of Maycomb would do such a thing.
They killed 11 people including Fugate’s parents and younger sister. She was 13, he was 18. Badlands tells a popular story that has been told many times, of two lovers who are criminals and are pursued across the vastness of America. They meet when she is in her door yard practicing baton-twirling. He has just walked off his job on a garbage truck.
To get to this portion of the case we must go back to the beginning of the story. On July 15, 2003 Evan Miller just 14 at the time decided to rob and beat his neighbor Cole Cannon. On the day in question Cannon had come over to Evan’s trailer in the trailer park they lived in asking for food. Evan and his friend/codefendant Colby Smith went over to Cannon’s trailer looking for drugs. After an unsuccessful search the boys decided to rob Cannon of his baseball card collection.