There were investigations and questions but never any answers. A few months after the disappearance of Susie, the police came to tell the Salmon’s that Susie’s case had been put to rest. All they had found was Susie’s hat and elbow, but no clues as to who did it all. Jack had suspected his strange neighbor George Harvey of being the one who stole his daughter from him. He in fact was the one, but Jack had no proof.
As they made their way through the forest, they were attacked by Huron Indians. It's an ambush that they were led into by Magua, who was not a Mohawk, but a Huron, and a spy. Most of the party was slaughtered, but the women and Heyward were rescued by Hawkeye, a frontiersman and two Mohicans. Hawkeye released their horses and they continued to travel on foot to the fort. Their new guide, Hawkeye, was Nathaniel Poe, a white man adopted by Chingachgook, a Mohican and raised with Uncas as a son.
Based on the childs death, the defendants ( Davidsons) was charged with reckless second degree murder by the appellate court because they refused to keep their dog in the fence which later cause Chris life. Which leaves Sabine with 12 years in prison. Legal Question: Can a murder conviction be based on mere neglient conduct? The court's decision(holdings): The reasoning for their decision: The defendants was charged with reckless second-degree murder. Based on information given from the previous experiencing with the Davidson family knew about their dogs behavior but never took the chance to fix it or see for themselves.
Tecumseh Biography Tecumseh was a Native American leader of the Shawnee. Tecumseh worked to unite other Indian tribes to against white expansion into the west in the early 1800s, and he was also became a hero figure in American Indian and Canadian history. Tecumseh was born in March, 1768 on the Scioto River, near Chillicothe, Ohio. He was the second son of Pucksinwah, the Shawnee warrior who was killed in the Battle of Point Pleasant. With the last aspiration of his father, he was trained to be a warrior and never made peace with the whites.
At the age of 29, Peterson was found dead, in a remote canyon in Utah on July 25, 2011. After the Salt Lake County Police Department completed the investigation, the cause of death was determined to be a self inflicted gunshot wound. It was also reported that he dialed 911 to give his exact location after clearly stating his intentions of taking his life. Law officials say there was a suicide note but declined to reveal what it said.  This was not the first notion of suicidal behavior for Jeret.
Still others asserted that he made no advances at all, that he whistled habitually to control a speech defect. A Brutal Murder Roy Bryant considered his wife's honor tainted by the incident. Several nights after the episode, Bryant, his half brother J. W. Milam, and possibly other accomplices kidnapped Till from his relatives' home in the middle of the night. The two men beat him severely and, apparently enraged that he had a picture of a white woman in his wallet, shot Till and threw him in a nearby river. Several days later the body was found, and Bryant and Milam were charged with murder.
At the end of the novel Frank goes and commits suicide while being held in the basement of Wes’ house out of family loyalty, so that he doesn’t give a bad name to the rest of the Hayden family because of what he has done. The Hayden family did not tell others that it was a suicide, “It was decided to explain Uncle Frank’s death as an accident”. Out of respect, the Hayden family also never revealed Frank’s crimes, “It was decided to not reveal any of Uncle Frank’s crimes, what purpose would it serve? Besides, as my letter-of-the-law father said, Uncle Frank was never convicted of anything”. However, after Frank’s death, the damage that occurred was just irreparable.
So, after all of this, why was Derek still hanged? Well, this is what many people asked after his death and still ask today. Some may say that because he was granted a posthumous pardon in the 1990’s his death was justified. But Bentley’s family and friends would never be able to see him alive and well again, a death penalty is a death penalty, no amount of pardons will bring Derek or any other victims back. And getting the pardon was not easy to achieve.
A newcomer named George Crawford age 22 is trialed for first degree murder without the possibility of parole. Crawford admits “I ain’t no perfect child, I have sold drugs, I have stolen things, I have lied, I cheated but I’ve never killed anyone I ain’t perfect.” He dropped out of school when he was in 8th grade. The reason he dropped out was because he thought he could get material things faster. On October 4, 1959 Eugene “Bishop” Tannehill was only 24 years old when he first entered Angola Prison and was accused of murder. He said, “There