Wilson pulled his car up and told Brown and his friend to get out of the street. Then, Michael Brown refused and started cussing at the cop. What happened after that remains a mystery, as the stories range from Brown punching Darren Wilson first to Wilson opening fire. However, the fact remains that if Brown hadn’t been jaywalking, and if he would have listened to Darren Wilson, there’d be no reason for Wilson to use deadly force. After Brown started cussing at Darren Wilson, Wilson said that Brown started beating him up, and eventually reached inside the SUV for his gun.
After running prints on all of the beer bottles from the event, it is discovered that they all have the same print on every bottle. The prints belonged to Evan Dunlar, who was Dex’s girlfriends assistant, and was selling beer for the event. When examiners/detectives Delco and Cooper go to question Evan at his home, Evan’s car bursts through the garage door with Evan inside, almost hitting the two detectives. When they approach the car, Evan exclaims that someone is trying to kill him. The two forensic examiners notice the smell of jet fuel in the air and questions the boy’s father.
Open Boarders Cause Trouble While driving home from a night out, Alfredo Ramos, an illegal, undocumented immigrant, originally born in Mexico, brought an early death upon two young girls. Ramos, whose blood alcohol level was over three times the legal limit, was speeding on a Virginia Beach highway when he collided his 1998 Mitsubishi into the back of another car sitting at a red light. The impact, sudden and intense, broke the neck of one of the girls, 17 year old Allison Kuhnhardt, killing her immediately. The passenger, 16 year old Tessa Tranchant, was also not lucky enough to survive the deadly crash. Amazingly, Ramos, who had already been charged twice with being drunk in public and once with a DUI, walked away from the accident with nothing but a swollen cheek.
A Drunken Ride The article, “A Drunken Ride” brings to light many questions about the legal system of our country and its apparent leniency. In the article, a boy makes the decision to drive intoxicated with four other friends in his vehicle. As the night progresses he ends up in a collision and as a result, many people loose their lives. One of the biggest issues here is to what end do we need to punish our children when they make mistakes. Are their minds still open to change?
Pretam Malo Miss Lorrie DiBona Jones English 101 February 11, 1014 Why Are We So Angry In the essay “why are we so angry”, Dannie Hales talks about the phenomenon that more and more Americans are feeling pushed to the breaking point, so she gives several suggestions which could help you calm down from the anger. First of all, she talks about the incident which happened to Jerry Sola when he was in his evening commute through the Chicago suburbs two year ago. At that time, a driver in front of a fifty-year-old salesman suddenly slammed the brakes. Sola got so incensed that he gunned his engine to cut in front of the man. When they both stopped at a red light, Sola grabbed a golf club and got out.
This added much more pain and a dramatic side to the scene 2) Something that was very understated in this scene was how the Sheriff didn’t say a word in this entire scene. He saw the Mexican gang driving away shooting from the motel, and he just drives casually to the room Moss’ corps is laying in. Everything leading up to him getting in the room added much suspense, because you didn’t know if Moss was in fact dead. Cinematic Aspects: 1) a close up is of the Sheriff’s face as he is driving towards to the hotel. You can tell he is on a mission.
At 12:30 am, Officers Tim and Melanie Singer, husband-and-wife members of the California Highway Patrol, noticed King's car speeding on the freeway. The officers pursued King, and the pursuit attained high speeds. Confrontation Officer Tim Singer ordered King and his two passengers to exit the vehicle and lie face down on the ground. Bryant Allen was manhandled, kicked, stomped, taunted and threatened. "Passenger describes L.A. Police Beating of Driver, Calls it racial," New York Times, March 21, 1991.
On this particular evening, Mr. Hard and Mr. and Mrs. Whites were having dinner at the same establishment. When Mr. Hard had seen the Whites, his intake of alcohol was increased and shots were ordered. While Mr. and Mrs. White were leaving the tavern, Mr. Hard attempted to hit Mr. White, but swung and fell down immediately picking himself back up. When the Whites were trying to leave the tavern, Mr. Hard got into his truck and followed them hitting other parked cars on the way.
He took the snide but it was out of date so it didn’t work he was arrested. The archduke unhurt insisted on going to the hospital to see the men that were hurt. On the way the driver took a wrong turn and ended going down a street were another terrorist was, the terrorist fired two shot one hitting the pregnant Sophie killing her almost instantly the other hitting the archduke in the neck killing him. The terrorist took the snide but of course it didn’t work he was about to shoot himself when he was arrested. I choose this reason because it led Austria to blame Serbia for the assassination.
Distractions While Driving Boom. Crash as the car flies into the other lane and hits a Semi-Truck head on. Of course a little car or truck doesn’t stand a chance against a Semi. The eighteen year old driver of the car was killed and the Semi driver was perfectly fine. It all could have been avoided if the driver would have been more responsible while driving, and didn’t allow himself to be distracted.