She had a blood alcohol level of .51 which is extremely abnormal considering the blood alcohol level needed to have alcohol poisoning and be passed out is .4. With this little bit of information, proved that she would have not been able to get herself that drunk to a point of death alone. Yet the case was dropped and death was found to be an accidental
An Analysis of Marilyn Monroe (Psychoanalysis Theory of Sigmund Freud) In our generation today, we all revolve around the world of show business and entertainment. Actors became our heroes and actresses became models in our lives. The one who is considered as the most iconic figure in the Hollywood world and the most famous sex symbol of all times is none other than Norma Jeane Mortensen, or what we all know as Marilyn Monroe. Marilyn Monroe was well-known for her looks, her style, her sense of vulnerability and sensuality, and for her skirt-flying picture. But the most interesting about Monroe is her still unsolved murder or suicide death in her room, naked and full of drugs.
The Boston Strangler By: Erikka Silveira Criminal Justice T2 5/11/12 Between June 14, 1962 and January 4, 1964, Albert DeSalvo was considered the Boston Strangler, responsible for the killings of 13 single women between the ages of 19 and 85, but he was never charged. The Boston strangler is a name attributed to the murders of these women. Most of these murders took place in the homes of the victims, with no signs of forced entry, which means they had to have let their assailant into their home, thinking it was an apartment hhmaintenance man, delivery man, or some other service man. The Boston strangler case was never closed. DeSalvo's confession remains the only evidence linking him to the case, and it contradicts the autopsy findings.
When he did not find the man at home, he sent his investigator to the Boynton Beach Police to ask about Wilder. They told Whittaker they had a lengthy rap sheet on him. He was far from the gentleman that Beth had once described. Hed had a history of sexual offenses. Beth’s parents suddenly realized that on the very night that Beth had visited them for the last time, they had seen a television report about another missing woman one who looked very much like
Exactly, very bizarre practices that woman go by to feel better about there appearance rather then their health. For example, seeing today’s issues for beauty; models and movie stars all over the media show how being thin is the “hot” look as the expression came forth, “thin is in”. Woman all over the world view magazines, articles, television, movies etc, and with more people expressing vanity, many others confidence level has decreased. Everyone wants to look perfect. Everyone wants to be beautiful and wanting people to find them attractive which leads
The body of the victim was found with pills in hand and on the table in front of her, a laptop open with an apparent suicide note on screen. The victim’s home was in disarray when she was found which tends to be a sign of a struggle. With that being said, there were no markings on the victim’s body that leads me to believe that there was a struggle. Although the victim’s sister claims she was a neat freak, which doesn’t rule out the thought of a struggle. The neighbor claims that he saw the victim’s boyfriend speeding out of her driveway two days prior to her body being discovered.
Valenti provides many statistics of abuse against women here in the United States as well as examples of evidence for the mistreatment of women. Valenti's appeals began before she had written a single word, mainly due to her being a woman. She appeals to the emotional side of her readers, writing that we “cry with Oprah and laugh with Tina Fey”, that we are “fooling ourselves” into believing that a “mirage of equality...is the real thing." She is trying to explain that it is a sort of ignorance-is-bliss situation: look at all these successful women on television so how could equality not exist? She also cites facts, while maintaining an emotion, by mentioning George Sodini, who specifically targeted women in his shooting “killing three women and injuring nine others."
There were many inspirational women during the 1950’s but the one woman that struck me the most was the beautiful Marilyn Monroe. If I ever had the opportunity to travel back in time to be someone else, I would choose to be her. She was an inspiration to young girls everywhere because she was so comfortable in her skin. She also took her talents to the top and became a mega star. Regardless if it’s 2012 or 1950, young girls struggle with self-confidence issues.
At the trial, two forensic odontologists testified that Stinson was a match for the bite marks even though the bite marks showed a tooth where he was missing one in his mouth. With the advent of more sophisticated forensic scientific techniques it has been determined that Stinson did not produce the bite marks on the woman’s body, and Stinson’s DNA does not match any DNA found at the crime scene. Bite mark identification does not seem to be the most reliable of forensic techniques available for investigators. “Since 2000, at least eight people in five states who were convicted largely on bite-mark identification have been exonerated, according to the innocence project” (Truth In Justice,
She knew that women who disguised their sexuality were likely to be promoted more readily than she, yet simultaneously she thought her sexuality was a trump card. Even as she saw how it worked against her, she valued it and sought to preserve it, and tried hard to outshine all young female incumbents. This cannot be a true picture of my mother, though it is as I saw her.” (Working Women Don’t Have Wives) Women executives are everywhere in corporate America, and they may actually be more effective managers then men. In fact, women managers consistently are rated higher than their male counterparts on 37 of 47 critical management qualities such as leadership, social skills, problem-solving and decision-making,