Throughout the night, FBI assistance arrive with the order to kill anyone armed who was outside the cabin whether or not they were a threat. The next day, FBI shot Randy Weaver although he didn’t die, but shot and killed Randy’s wife. After 11 days, Weaver and Harris surrendered. The Department of Justice charged them both with conspiracy to commit murder. Then at Waco, the ATF heard reports that religious groups leader of The Branch, David Koresh, had been abusing children and had a storage of weapons on their compound.
He had attacked 18 men, and 5 were killed. He would lure the victims by saying his car had broken down and needed help or would ask for directions. He had stabbed a teenager in the back when they had been out for a late night run. After this incident has occured, 2 days later an old man had got stabbed while he was sitting on his porch at his apartment. 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.
Jacob's father hides the key to Abe's gun cabinet to keep him from hurting himself or someone else. Later one evening, Abe calls Jacob. He is distraught, certain the monsters he tells in his stories are after him. One of Jacob's friend Ricky drives him to his grandfather's house, only to find it damaged and his grandfather missing. After a brief search, Jacob finds Abe dying in the woods behind his house.
He goes to see his Father’s old boss and best friend Mr. Sorenson to see if he could help Tanner found out if his mother and stepfather murdered his father. Tanner’s mother warns him to let sleeping dogs lie because Tanner could get hurt. It was a long time ago, this makes Tanner upset and he moves out. Tanner’s mother is all upset about him leaving home and sent Floyd, his Step-Dad, to go talk to him. Tanner is at the Library to visit his Dad’s old boss, to talk about his Dad’s death.
The novel begins with a ruthless murder of a small boy’s entire family by a professional assassin. Only the orphaned toddler survives, because through coincidence or infantile premonition, it had chosen the night of the murders to wander from its crib. The killer, Jack, tracks the roaming child, by scent, to the graveyard. An elderly, ghostly couple rescues the young child and names him Nobody Owens, Bod for short. Bod is given the freedom of the graveyard; the ability to see and communicate with the dead, and therefore spends his early life living in there.
Frank refuses to press charges and suggest he learns karate. Later when Mary Ann comes over and Matt gives them a few shots. While Mary Ann is coming out of the kitchen, Richard busted the door down and shoots Frank repeatedly. After the funeral and all Matt plans revenge. Matt basically kidnaps Richard Strout and puts a muzzle to his head and tells him he has to pack his suitcase and move
Around midnight, Christopher was out looking at the stars and looks to Mrs. Shear’s yard only to find Wellington dead on the grass with what looked to him like a garden fork stuck into his body. Mrs. Shear’s saw Christopher and thought that he was who murdered her dog, and called the police. When the police begin asking Christopher questions, he did not like it and ended up hitting the police officer and getting arrested for assault. It is at the police station where we get to see Christopher’s father and primary care giver for the first time. Throughout the novel Christopher become both a detective and a writer, who’s focus, is the mystery Wellington’s death and not only does he solve the mystery, but he learns a lot about himself and his family as well.
The Crown reported that Pickton told the officer that he wanted to kill another woman to make it an even 50, and that he was caught because he was "sloppy". Background On February 6, 2002, police executed a search warrant for illegal firearms at the property owned by Pickton and his two siblings. He was taken into custody and police then obtained a second court order to search the farm as part of the BC Missing Women Investigation, when personal items (including a prescription asthma inhaler) belonging to one of the missing women were found. The farm was sealed off by members of the joint RCMP–Vancouver Police Department task force. The following day Pickton was charged with storing a firearm contrary to regulations, possession of a firearm while not being holder of a licence and possession of a loaded restricted firearm without a licence.
The story of The Fugitive was adopted from a well known 1960’s TV-series. A brief summary of the plot is as follows: Dr Richard Kimble, a vascular surgeon, comes home one night to find his wife, fatally wounded by a man with a prosthetic arm. The lack of evidence of a break in leads to Kimble being falsely accused of the murder. He is sentenced to death. While he is being transported by a prison bus, the bus collides with a train and Kimble manages to escape.
The District Attorney then proceeds to tell this author that the gang stated “we murdered him because we couldn’t find her. We wanted to draw her down here to kill her for putting away our homies.” Against the district attorney’s advice this author goes to the funeral under protection because she just has to be there to bury her fiancée. Nothing significant happens during the funeral and this author was taken back to her hotel room. The funeral occurred on Saturday and this author was to stay until Sunday evening for a group debriefing. Once back in her room this author got scared and decided to run.