Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care Section 4 – Task Four care workers have been sentenced for abusing elderly residents at a care home in Lancashire. The abuse took place from May 2010 to September 2011 at Hillcroft nursing home in Slyne-with-Hest near Lancaster. They were charged with ill-treatment and wilful neglect of a person with lack of capacity under the Mental Capacity Act 2005. Residents were mocked, bullied and tormented because they would have no memory of the abuse. The court was told one man had his foot stamped on deliberately and another was nearly tipped out of his wheelchair.
The book To Kill a Mockingbird is directly comparable to the movie 12 Angry Men. Both Texts show the theme that true understanding takes time, study, and effort, but To Kill a Mockingbird shows what happens when people do not take the time to obtain a true understanding. In the book Tom Robinson is convicted for allegedly raping a teenage girl even though there was sensible doubt that Tom did not rape the girl and there was no concrete evidence. In the film a teenage male Puerto Rican was accused of murdering his father. All the evidence and the defendant weak testimony made him look so guiltily that 11 out of 12 jurors voted guilty in the preliminary vote.
His involvement of the civil rights prompted to death threats from white supremacist, forcing the family to move away. The family suffered fro intimidations, death threats and their home was burned down. In 1930 Malcolm X father’s body was found. The police ruled his death as accident, although Malcolm’s Mother believed the involvement of the White Supremacist, and due the emotional distress, she was admitted to a mental institution. The family was split up amongst various foster homes; this was the foundation of anger against the white race from Malcolm’s point of view.
Even though Michelle concocted the plan, it was Byrom Jr. who actually committed the murder. Byrom Jr. admitted to committing in several jailhouse letters and, according to court documents, in an interview with a court-appointed psychologist” (cnn.com). In one explicit confession letter to his mother, he detailed how he killed his father in rage after a fight. Because Byrom’s defense attorneys never had the confession letters entered in as evidence, a jury never heard any of Edward Byrom Jr.’s confessions. This meant that without the confessions, Michelle was going to be convicted of the murder.
Wrongful Convictions This article discusses the issue of wrongful convictions, and how many innocent people pay the price because the justice system has failed them. The article focuses on the case of Paul House, a man who was wrongfully convicted of murdering Carolyn Muncey. He spent twenty two years in a prison for a crime that he did not commit. His case “includes mishandled evidence, prosecutorial misconduct, bad science, cops with tunnel vision, DNA testing, the near-execution of an innocent man, and an appellate court reluctant to reopen old cases even in the face of new evidence that strongly suggests the jury got it wrong.” (Balko). In 1986, Paul House, was the prime suspect in the murder of Carolyn Muncey.
However, no matter how they start using, it all leads to the same outcome, without help, they all come out addicted. The relationship between convicted felons and substance abuse has been well established. Convicted felons have a multitude of issues that are hidden by substance abuse; with the proper treatment, they can become law abiding citizens. Historically Convicted felons haven’t been treated the best in the prison systems. There have been a lot of inmates beaten by prison administration, guards, and other inmates.
Argumentative Essay In the United Kingdom, Timothy Evans was tried and executed in 1950 for the murder of his baby daughter Geraldine. An official inquiry conducted 16 years later determined that it was Evans's fellow tenant, serial killer John Reginald Halliday Christie, who was responsible for the murder. Evans was pardoned posthumously following this, in 1966. Derek Bentley was a mentally challenged young man who was executed in 1953, also in the United Kingdom. He was convicted of the murder of a police officer during an attempted robbery despite the fact that it was his accomplice who fired the gun, and Bentley was under arrest at the time of the shooting.
How you ask? She poured bleach down his throat after claiming it was medicine. There was another case that Kim mentions about a 39 year old man. Cops got called to the house for a murder-suicide by the man’s common law wife. The man killed his eleven year old autistic son and then killed himself.
It is a little obscure to the ones who can't make it. The highest prison rates were mostly of theft and the lowest were of murder and homicide. Also, due to the overcrowding there is a lot of rape within prisons. Prisoners are sent in because they did something wrong and are meant to heal and never come back but that's not the case. With this overcrowding of prisons there is crime within prisons.
The Psychology Serial Killers He is a 32 year old white male. He lived an unstable childhood filled with child abuse and an alcoholic mother. His childhood hobbies included the torture of animals, which he later dismissed as “nothing major”. Growing up, he abused drugs and alcohol and also accepted homosexual tendencies. He currently has a long criminal history that includes serial murder… Nowadays, the media has sensationalized the idea of a human being capable of serial murder and academia has scrutinized the phenomenon of serial murder.