Due to these problems he ran away from home, and he was "in and out of detention homes many times" (277). He was severely beaten and humiliated by a cottage mistress because of a micturition malfunction. These violent episodes compelled his bitterness toward other humans. When Smith entered adulthood, he committed acts of thievery and battery. While in the merchant marines, he once threw a Japanese policeman off a bridge and into the water.
His home life was very broken as a child until his parents divorced when he was six years old. After that, he was sent to a Catholic orphanage where he was punished by the nuns. Whenever Smith would wet the bed, the nuns would beat him. Perry states, “I had weak kidneys and wet the bed every night. I was severely beaten by the cottage mistress, who had called me names and made fun of me in front of all the boys” (275).
Because of everything that Richard watched his father do, he began to experience hatred towards him, wanting to murder his father throughout the remainder of his life. Due to this anger, Richard Kuklinski began taking out all his frustration against those around him. By the age of ten, Richard began showing his anger through acts of violence towards the priests and nuns at the school he attended. Once he reached thirteen, he had begun killing harmless animals. These outbursts were stepping stools to Richard Kuklinski becoming a mass serial murderer and a paid hit man.
At one point in the movie Gilbert has enough, he snaps and hits his brother and leaves. After thinking about what he did and regretting it he goes back to his family. In the end of this movie, Gilbert’s mother passes away on the second level of their house. The corners come and tell Gilbert his mother will need to be removed by a crane. Gilbert refuses to let his mother pass as a joke so he burns his house to the ground so his mother goes out with dignity.
She walks angrily away from him, and they are seen outside the club as the Coachlight was closing down. She pushes him away and drives home. The next day at 11:00 AM, Debbie is found dead in her home with cuts, bruises, collapsed lungs, and gruesome injuries to her private parts. The community was really shaken by this crime, as parents were tightening up their children’s curfews for safety. Debbie was forcibly raped and murdered by some man, who smeared death threats with catsup and nail polish over the walls and on her body.
The next day Abuelazam had asked a man to help him fix a car of his and killed him as he hit him in the head with a hammer. There was a death outside of the Toledo Church where he has been suspected of stabbing. (npr) Grendel can relate to a serial killer because of the numerous killings he has made throughtout the book. Like serial killers, Grendel kills people for fun or because they had rejected him. Grendel has had a sick mind over a period of 12 years.
Al Capone’s greatest crime was the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre on February 14, 1929. Four of Capone’s men entered a garage at 2122 N Clark Street. Two of his men were pressed as police so the men at the garage propped their guns thinking it was a police raid, but then Capone’s men shot over 150 bullets in their victims. 6 out of the 7 were part of the Moran gang, but the last was an unlucky friend. Al Capone’s alibi was that he was in Florida.
* Baby P failed by police, social workers and lawyers * Toddler had 60 visits from agencies over 8 months * 'Horrifying death' could have been prevented * Authorities didn't realise violent partner lived there The horrific extent to which Baby P was failed by nearly everyone who came into contact with him was laid bare yesterday. Social workers, doctors and police committed a catalogue of errors which led to the toddler’s death at the hands of his mother and her sadistic boyfriend. The full report into how the toddler died disclosed how Baby Peter’s mother, Tracey Connelly, told the authorities she had a boyfriend – but they did not ask who he was or insist on meeting him. She even named Steven Barker – who later battered Peter
The Starkweather Homicide Charles Starkweather was a spree killer who murdered eleven victims in Nebraska and Wyoming during a road trip with his underage girlfriend, Caril Ann Fugate. His actions inspired several movies, including Natural Born Killer, Badlands, and Wild at Heart. Starkweather appears to have enjoyed a stable and comfortable home life. He was the third of seven children, and despite being born into a poor family during the Great Depression he claimed that he never went hungry. His school life was very different: he was bullied because of a mild speech impediment, bowed legs, and severe nearsightedness.
Serial Killer: Albert Fish The serial killer that I chose to write about is Albert Fish. Albert Fish, known as the Gray Man, the Werewolf of Wysteria and possible the Brooklyn Vampire, boasted that he molested over 400 children and was suspected in torturing and killing at least 5 others . Albert was a small, gentle looking man who appeared kind and trustworthy, yet once alone with his victims turned into a horrible monster. He was born in May 19, 1870 into a family that had a long history of mental illness. His parents abandoned him at an early age and he was sent to an orphanage.