Jesse James Criminal or “Robin hood” Jesse Woodson James was born on September 5, 1847 in Western Missouri. Jesse’s father, a Baptist minister, and his mother Zerelda Cole. Jesse had one brother Frank James and other half and step siblings. Jesse’s father died when he was a young boy and his mother remarried more than once. When Jesse was 17 he married a young girl, who was also his first cousin, named Zerelda Mimms.
X Malcolm X was born as Malcolm Little in Omaha, Nebraska on May 19, 1925 where he was the fourth of seven children born from Earl and Louise Little (Timeline). Malcolm's father was a baptist speaker as well as the local leader of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA). This was a big influence in X's life. Malcolm never forgot his black pride values that he learned from his father and other UNIA leaders. Due to the death of three of Earl Little's brothers being killed by white men and constant threats from the KKK, Little relocated his family in 1926 to Wisconsin and Michigan.
Greg Griego, the teenager’s father and a former gang member, worked as a pastor and volunteered with inmates at the Metropolitan Detention Center. The teenager told police he shot his mother, the first victim in his rampage, because he was “frustrated” with her, Houston said. Police said that after shooting his brother and two sisters, Griego then waited five hours for his father to return from work and ambushed him with an AR-15 assault rifle - the same type of weapon used in the Newton, Connecticut, elementary school shootings. “It’s the first time I’ve been to a crime scene with so much destruction in one home,” Houston said, describing the scene as “horrific.” The dead have been identified as 51-year-old Greg Griego, his 40-year-old wife, Sarah Griego, and three of their children: a 9-year-old boy and two girls, ages 5 and 2. The couple had 10 children in all, including from a former marriage.
The KKK quickly adopted violent methods. The increase in murders finally resulted in a backlash among Southern elites who viewed the Klan's excesses as an excuse for federal troops to continue occupation. The organization declined from 1868 to 1870 and was destroyed by President Ulysses S. Grant's prosecution and enforcement under the Civil Rights Act of 1871. In 1915, the second Klan was founded, it preached racism, anti-Catholicism, anti-Communism, nativism, and anti-Semitism. Some local groups took part in lynchings, attacks on private houses and public property, and other violent activities.
It has been the one of the most heated debates in history. Many people believe Ned Kelly to be a hero. They believe he really was fighting for independence for the poor and was forced to kill and commit the crimes he did. However others believe that he was a murderous villain who used innocent people for his own needs. In June 1855 after the death of his father Ned was forced to leave school to help assist his grandfather James Quinn with the family cattle in North Victoria.
Celia and George, a fellow slave who had ran away, were the main suspects in the disappearance of the old man. Celia underwent long trials and had a defense team on her side. Despite her being sexually exploited by Newsom, it was questionable whether Celia was protected under rape and self defense laws. Celia’s case was extremely controversial and was quickly reported to the public through local newspapers. The bias in these articles and personal opinions on the case caused tensions between proslavery and antislavery forces.
Robert Penn Warren was born in Guthrie, Todd County, Kentucky, on April 24, 1905. He was the oldest of three children; others being Mary, the middle child, and Thomas, the youngest. His parents were Robert Franklin Warren, a proprietor and banker, and Anna Ruth Penn Warren, a schoolteacher. In the fall of 1911 he entered the Guthrie School from which he graduated at age 15. He did not then enter college as his mother felt he was too young and went instead, in September, 1920, to Clarksville High School, Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee, graduating after the full school year.
To make it worse his parents weren’t always the best. His parents were very abusive as a verbally and physically. As the mobster killer began to get older his temper and the way he seen things were changing for the worst. His anger began to arise at the age of thirteen exceeding to his first murder. Kuklinski went from a child who knew no better to killing people because of his temper that made it to a contract killer.
he was on the run for many years until one of his victims reported to the police officers and they capture him , but it was amazing that they taught he was the wrong person and let him loose what a huge mistake they made with out knowing he was the serial killer they been looking for. once he became free man again he stiked again many
11/03/2014 Gary Ridgway Gary Ridgway was best known as the “Green River” serial killer due to where he left his victims. For two decades Ridgway went on a shocking killing spree targeting more than forty-eight prostitutes and teenage runaways. Overtime, killing became part of his well-being. It takes a certain kind of mind to digest the taking of another human life with no remorse. For an individual to lose self-control in such deviant and heinous activity, left fear upon many.