When Maggie Glenn, an upstate South Carolina photographer, takes an almost propagandist picture of Mr. Kowalsky looking sad staring at the river of where his passed daughter rests this story picks up fire and politicians from the surrounding area get involved to help get this man’s daughter out of the river, which maddens the locals who would not like to see the only free flowing river in the state be tampered with. Installing a temporary dam in the Tamassee River to retrieve the body of twelve year old Ruth Kowalsky seems like a good, safe way to securely recover this little girl’s body, but the law clearly states “certain selected rivers of the Nation which, with their immediate environments, possess outstandingly remarkable scenic, recreational, geologic, fish and wildlife, historic, cultural, or other similar values, shall be preserved in free-flowing condition, and that they and their immediate environments shall be protected for the benefit and enjoyment of present and future generations.” Then it states “alteration of modification of the streambed will not
Using Mrs. Crook’s minivan they traveled to a stated park where they taped up her hands and covered her head with a towel. Once they arrived at the bridge of Meramec River the two tied her hands and feet together with electrical wire and leather straps, as well as wrapped her whole face in duct tape. Simmons and Benjamin then picked Shirley Crook up and threw her from the bridge drowning her in the river. (Hangman 6) On September 9th, 1993 Steven Crook, Shirley’s husband, returned home to a ruined bedroom with his wife nowhere to be found. Mr. Crook reported his wife missing and that afternoon fishermen recovered Shirley’s body from the river where Simmons and Benjamin dumped it.
In the early morning hours of November second, nineteen eighty-six, Douglas McIntyre, a policeman with the Savannah Police Department, and Clifford Balentine, the owner of a nineteen eighty-five Peterbilt tractor, were involved in a motor vehicle accident. After his shift on the night of November first, McIntyre went home at which time he preceded drinking some Miller Lite beer that he had purchased earlier that day. Around midnight McIntyre left his house in his pickup truck and visited his girlfriend at her place of employment, by this time he had consumed approximately six or seven of the sixteen ounce cans of Miller Lite. Finding his girlfriend busy, McIntyre drove to Smith’s Truck Stop and bought some gas. Balentine, who owned and drove the tractor involved in the accident, returned to Savannah after his over-the-road trucking haul for East-West Freight and spent his evening at a local club.
In 1955, Rosa Parks was told to move out of a seat for a white man to sit in, but she refused, and she started getting well known, and also started working with Martin Luther King Jr. Emmett Till was killed because he flirted with a white woman at the woman’s husband’s store. The woman’s husband, Roy Bryant murdered him with his brother in law. The two articles talk about the lynching of Emmett Till, and how it happened. They express the two central messages in the same way. The documentary expresses it in a different way from the articles.
"The Moonlit Road" Summary This horror story was told by three different narrators: Joel Hetman, Jr., Casper Gattan, and the late Julia Hetman with help from Medium Bayrolles. While Joel Hetman, Jr., was away at college, his father sent him a telegram, urging him to come home right away. When he returned, he discovered that his mother was brutally killed through strangulation. One day, Joel and his father were outside; Joel's father was certain that he saw someone out there, but Joel, Jr., couldn't see anything. A moment later, Joel's father disappeared; he was never heard from again.
It's a very disturbing scene where Roy describes Sophie Mol being buried alive (of course she is not actually alive) but she lets the vivid imagination of the twins run wild. Rahel and Estha’s cousin, and the point after the funeral when Ammu went to the police station to say that a terrible mistake had been made. Two weeks after this point, Estha was returned to his father The narrator describes the twins’ adult lives before they return to Ayemenem. In the present, Baby Kochamma boasts that Estha does not speak to Rahel just as he does not speak to anyone else, and then the narrator gives an overview of Baby Kochamma’s life. Rahel looks out the window at the building that used to contain the family business, Paradise Pickles and Preserves, and flashes back to the circumstances surrounding Sophie Mol’s death.
Eventually Jenny was lying in a pool of her blood dead. Dave immediately buried the gun at the foot of a tree and tried to come up with a logical explanation. Mr. Hawkins and a couple of men buried the mule with the excuse that the point of the plow stuck Jenny and she bleed out. Dave’s mother and father showed up and asked what happened. He tried to lie but his mother knew the truth.
During the trip back, one of the officers solicited Williams statement giving the location of the body of the child by giving a “Christian Burial Speech.” The search was called off at 3 p.m. and the officer in charge went to meet the detectives at the rest stop. The search team was found to be only a few miles from the body before they were led to its location by Williams. Procedural History: Iowa State Court-1969. Found guilty of First Degree Murder, denied motion to suppress evidence of the body and all related evidence. Iowa State Court trial two-1977 again found guilty of First Degree Murder, held that the state had proved the inevitability rule concerning the finding of the body by search teams.
After Celie gives birth to her first baby, she believes her father took the baby and killed it in the woods while she was sleeping. This is all explained in Celie’s second letter to God, in which she also explains, “She ast me bout the first one Whose it is? I say God’s. I don’t know no other man or what else to say…Finally she ast Where it is? I say God took it.” The fact that Celie says that she doesn’t know any other man but God or what else to say shows indirectly that Celie is not or at least will not be heterosexual, because when responding to her mother, she talks about God in such a manner that comes across as meaning that she loves no other man but God, and God is the only man she is not afraid of.
She also tells Biff that Willy has attempted suicide by crashing the car several times. Willy comes out of his reverie and speaks with his family about their jobs. Happy has an idea of starting a line of sporting goods so Biff decides to go to Bill Oliver to ask to borrow money. Willy decides to go to Howard the next day to ask if he can work in New York so that he wouldn’t have to drive 700 miles to work.. The next day Willy goes to Howard and Biff goes to see Oliver.