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?
Towards the ending the town finds out about her malicious side and destroys her roses, her number one prized possession, for revenge. The larger idea portrayed in the short story is how the way we see things are different from how things really are, in reality. In the story, Miss Strangeworth appears to be a polite and caring person. As the story progresses, it is revealed that in reality, Miss Strangeworth is an evil old lady who bullies her town and spreads rumors with anonymous letters. Appearance is the way something or someone is shown.
Bundy was a necrophiliac who admitted to beheading 12 of his victims. Biographer Ann Rule described him as "a sadistic sociopath who took pleasure from another human's pain and the control he had over his victims, to the point of death, and even after". On June 7, 1977, after being convicted for his crimes Bundy escaped jail and was on the FBI’s top ten most wanted fugitives. He was later found and put back on death row where he admitted to his crimes and took full responsibility for his crimes. Ted Bundy was executed on January 24, 1989 in
When she marries John Wright, he isolates her on their farm, refusing even to obtain a telephone and kills the one possession that is precious to her - her little singing bird. 2. The men in both plays tend to devalue the intelligence of the women. Ophelia * In Hamlet, their view of women is perhaps slightly more warranted because Ophelia's inability to stand up for herself or voice her thoughts causes the audience to view her as unobservant and unthinking. Mrs. Wright/Other Women in the play * In Trifles, the county attorney and the other men see no harm in leaving the women downstairs to roam around the crime scene because they do not believe the women are intelligent enough to hinder or help their case.
So, George is arrested and butted to jell for the murder of his brother. The police still have not arrested anybody for the murder of Curley’s wife. She was the only women in the ranch. As we all know that a woman in an environment of men is not good at all. Look at the consequences, two dead, a man and the only women of the ranch.
Crime is one of the most socially costly potential outcomes for maltreatment. The link between child maltreatment and crime is all over the news. According to a CNN report, the Washington D.C. sniper, John Muhammad, “was regularly and severely beaten as a child by several relatives, including an uncle who beat another child to death...” (Malvo, 2004). As a child, the "Boston Strangler," Albert DeSalvo, was actually sold off as a slave by his alcoholic father (Scott, 2011). There have been a few studies done to link the effects of childhood maltreatment to crime with a result of little hard evidence.
More often than not the family has a criminal, psychiatric and/or alcoholic history, naturally this leads to abuse both physically and emotionally which forces a mistrust of the parents. Due to the obvious psychiatric damage suffered many serial killers spend time in institutions at a young age and have been known to attempt suicide. Other common characteristics include bed wetting after age twelve, more erotic or sadistic fetishes and the torture of small creatures, usually a pet. Serial killers can be classified into three categories: "organized", "disorganized" and "mixed", those who exhibit both organized and disorganized tendencies. Using these classifications two groups of offenders can be defined, disorganized/asocial offenders and organized/nonsocial offenders.
My opinion on this case was interesting yet disgusting but Ted Bundy was smart about how he attracted his victims. He would act as if he had a broken body bone in front of women until one would finally help him to his car and he would then hit them in the head with a crowbar. By Ted doing this he managed to kill a lot of people and in the spread of seven different states, it was said by an article on Wikipedia that Ted Bundy used five different names. I think this case could have been
Effects of Child Abuse Tens of thousands of children are suffering each year due to domestic violence by their parents or guardians. Child abuse can result in poor outcomes. Domestic violence is existent in all cultures, homes, communities of faith, etc. Physical abuse refers to any behavior that involves the intentional use of force against the body of another person that risks physical injury, harm, and/or pain (Dutton, 1992). Child abuse has created massive sufferance of children and can cause negative outcomes through emotional instability in the mind and heart, painfulness of physical wounds, and can cause traumatic distress in the future.
Joel Rifkin is a serial killer who brutally murdered seventeen women. There was no abuse at home during his childhood, but he was constantly and brutally ridiculed and bullied by kids his age. His father committed suicide after a long battle with cancer and Rifkin’s murder spree began on the second