Richard Ramirez was born on February 29, 1960 in El Paso, Texas. Richard was a mexican/american serial killer waiting for his death at San Quentin state prison. Richard was known for “Richie” or “The Night Stalker”.
The Teflon Don, The Dapper Don, known by many names and feared by all is John Gotti. Formerly, the most powerful crime boss in not only the United States but also the world. Gotti was considered to be one of the most powerful crime bosses in the world and he was the head of the most powerful, largest,wealthiest, successful, influential, dangerous and feared syndicate in the world. The way he stayed on top is by brute force, extreme violence, murder, intimidation and fear. During his time in power, he gained $500 billion a year which was the most in the criminal empire from all illegal actions. John Gotti was so powerful and feared that the United States Department of Justice said he had to be one of the most dangerous people in the world.
Joseph E. Lee was born in Philadelphia in 1849, he graduated from Howard University in 1873. He moved to Florida that same year and became the first African American lawyer in Jacksonville and in the state of Florida. He served in the House of Representatives from 1875 to 1879 and in the state Senate from 1881 to 1882. He was one of the most influential African American men in Florida through the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. He was elected municipal judge of Jacksonville and was one of the first African Americans to have this honor. He educated free slaves at a college by the name of Edward Waters College. Lee worked as a public servant acting at various times as a state legislator, a lawyer, federal customs collector and educator.
Johnny Cade did not kill unlawfully and also he can’t apply for a minor committing the crime because he’s 16, one year over the limit. According to Oklahoma law, first-degree murder is a person “unlawfully and with malice aforethought causes the death of another human being.” It is also not manslaughter because it is not a homicide committed without a design to effect death and in the heat of passion, but in a cruel and unusual manner, or by means of a dangerous weapon. Johnny did not have time to think and had to stab Bob to save Ponyboy’s life. Ponyboy was being drowned and to save him, Johnny had to commit the act of homicide. It lists that it was a justifiable homicide because it means that homicide is legal when committed in the lawful
As a diligent student and a Floridian, concerned with the future of this state and country, I believe that I deserve the 4-Year College Plan scholarship because I have always taken the highest caliber of courses, participated in countless hours of community service, and have been "well-rounded” with leadership roles in various clubs.
But the relationship with Joe and the other guys wasn’t close. I couldn’t say that. But he was a solid guy, and if anyone ever need help or advice or anything like that, Joe was there.” Pete Sheely, the Yankee clubhouse manager, said, “I can describe Joe in one word: class. He was the most perfect ballplayer I ever saw, but he was I shy fellow. I will tell you something else though. When Joe DiMaggio enters the clubhouse, the lights flicker, he’s the star.” Joe DiMaggio was great baseball player.
Connor Garcelli is a senior at Chino Hills High School. While at CHHS, Connor participated in football for the Huskies. He played freshmen football but in the middle of that season Connor was asked to play for the varsity team, because they were low on offensive linemen. Connor would earn his varsity letter as freshman. While also being the starting left tackle for the freshmen team who went 9-1 and won the league title. After his freshmen, year Connor worked his way into the starting lineup for the varsity football team. He started at left guard that season and was always in the starting lineup for the rest of his high school career. The next season Connor was the left guard for what many people think is the best offensive line to play at
David Njoka is a tight end for the Cleveland Browns. Almost everyone who has played with him knows him as the freak. It’s not because he is weird or anything like that, but Njoku is just more athletic than anyone has ever seen. He has an amazing ability to jump sky high. In college he was on the track team along with football. At track he was highly know for his jumping abilities. So when it came to football he used that ability to leap over defenders to score touchdowns. In the Miami Herald they called him a “ leaping, pass-catching freak.” When Njoku was in high school he became a champion jumper. At the New Balance nationals he won high jump with a leap of six foot eleven inches. His personal best is seven foot one inch. So when it comes
Deep in the thick swamps and woods of Northern Gulf County, amidst the buzz and sting of mosquitoes, chirps of squirrels, and swirls of the Apalachicola, is a long-lost story. One hundred and eighty years ago the town of Iola sprang out of the cypress swamp of what is now north east Gulf County. That small community, was, and still is an enigma in the wilderness of territorial Florida and has all but faded from the memory of Gulf County and is nothing but a boat ramp now.
In June of 1984, Richard Ramirez began his criminal career as the “Night Stalker.” Ramirez tormented the people of Los Angeles and killed at least thirteen people. He was a Satanist and he was into drugs and violence. He would break into homes and rob them. This evil person was haunting the citizens of Los Angeles and other counties in California for over fourteen months.
John “Teflon Don” Gotti was a man some look up to or think he was public enemy number one. He was the head of the Gambino crime family or mafia in New York. A South Bronx native, Gotti was born October 27, 1940. He would become the most notorious man in the area dealing with the law a numerous amount of times.
Born Richard Rodriguez in San Francisco, California, in 1944,(pg. 173), the son of Mexican immigrants. However, Rodriguez spoke only Spanish at home with his parents until at the age of 6 he went to catholic school. (pg. 173) , Rodriguez was an entrepreneur who used to delivered newspapers and worked as a gardener.
Jerome David Salinger, also known as J. D. Salinger, is a fascinating author best known for his novel, Catcher in the Rye. Although Salinger only published one novel, he wrote several short stories for magazines like The New Yorker and Story. A large number of these stories went on to be compiled into books such as Nine Stories, Franny and Zooey, and Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters and Seymour: An Introduction. Despite the fact Salinger has not published any stories in over 45 years, his reputation is still quite popular. Salinger's stories are studied in high schools and colleges, introducing thousands of individuals to his writing and ultimately increasing his fan base. Catcher in the Rye continues to sale 250,000 copies a year
As I review the 60 minutes interview with Derek Paravicini I found out he is an interesting young man. He was born blind and with a severe learning disability,due to his birth being very premature, at just 25 weeks. He is a musical prodigy, having perfect pitch and the ability to play virtually any piece of music after hearing it only once. Derek could hear music just one time and play it. When was not playing music he continues to have his learning disability.