In every small town there is a police district we depend on. We depend on them to protect us , and serve in the most positive way for the people. The importance of this topic in my eyes is that the Police get-away with things that they shouldn’t. What inspired me the most is the Trayvon Martin case, and the Eric Garner case that really opened my eyes to see that the black community is so broken and we as a unit cannot seem to fix it.
Casey Anthony is an Ohio-born and Florida-raised woman that had a daughter named Caylee Anthony be born on August 9, 2005. In the summer of June 2008, following a major argument with her parents, Cindy and George Anthony, who were questioning her suitability as a mother figure, Casey left her parents’ home with Caylee. Over the next couple of weeks, Cindy kept reaching out to Casey concerned about both her and Caylee’s whereabouts. Every time Casey was inquired about Caylee, she would report that Caylee was out under the care of her nanny, Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez. Nothing seemed amiss until July 13, 2008 when George and Cindy received a notice that Casey’s car was currently being held in a tow yard. Upon their arrival to pick up the car,
Testimony this Thursday morning began with a New York State Police Investigator who is part of the computer crimes unit. She said her analysis of Michael Beard's phone is that there was quiet a bit of deleting and a lot of powering off, including more than 100 deleted calls.
This is important to protect a creator 's moral and economic rights and integrity of their work: So they are recognised as the creator of their work (no one else is identified as the creator) able to protect their work from derogatory treatment; inappropriate modification, distortion or other interference with its integrity. Appropriation is not copying or visual plagiarism.
On June 7th, 1997 a man by the name of James Byrd Jr. was wrongfully murdered in Jasper, Texas. The three murderers acted out of their negative racial bias toward James Byrd Jr., two of the three murderers were sentenced to death and the third to life in prison. Their names were Shawn Allen Barry, Lawrence Russell Brewer, and John William King. Brewer and King were well known white supremacists in the area with tattoos depicting their beliefs and belonging to their hate groups. Barry was sentenced to life in prison for his involvement that he did not play as big of a role in the death, however he was the one who was driving so he too, should have been charged equally with the others.
On October 9, 2014, the Department of Human Services, Office of Program Review, Monitoring and Investigation (OPRMI), Fraud Investigations Division received a Report of Overpayment that former customer, Ronald Jackson (Mr. Jackson) was receiving benefits in DC and Maryland.
On May 4, 2017 at approximately 9:34PM I, Deputy George along with Sergeant Kincaid were in the process of conducting an investigation regarding a possible disturbance in front of the address of 398 County Road 4249, Como, Texas 75432.
On July 15, 2008 a two year old girl named, Caylee Marie Anthony was reported missing from her Orlando Florida home. The call made by her grandmother to the authorities said that she had not seen Caylee for 31 days and that there was a foul smell in Caylee’s mother, Casey Anthony’s car similar to a dead body. She also reported that Casey stole the family’s car and money. There were several false statements given about the whereabouts of the child of which were eventually put to an end. The body of the child was found in a blanket and ruled a homicide due to the presence of duct tape. The trial lasted six weeks and the death penalty was asked for by the prosecution. Casey Anthony did not testify and the jury found Casey not guilty of first degree murder, aggravated child abuse, and aggravated manslaughter of a child but guilty of four misdemeanor counts of giving false information to the law enforcement. She was sentenced to four years in jail in which included time that she already served. She was also fined 1,000$ per count. She served three years and one day.
In 1995, O.J. Simpson, one of the most acclaimed National Football League players, was tried on two counts of murder. This is a case that would stay inclusive forever in the eyes of most Americans; and that would change the way America’s legal system operated. During the trial racism evolved around Simpson and multiple inferences led to an especially controversial definitive, later known as the “trial of the century.”
The reporting party (RP) stated her son Da' Rell Jones DOB: 10/12/85 has lived in the facility for approximately 13 years. The RP stated on a visit she observed that her son's right eyebrow was swollen and escorted her son outside of the home. The RP stated her son is non-verbal but understands and is able to shake his head yes and no. The RP asked her son if someone had hit him and he nodded yes. The RP stated she named off the names of the caregivers and when she came to a caregiver named Chips, her son identified the caregiver by nodding no. The RP stated she notified the Regional Center of the incident. The RP stated that she is being retaliated against for filing the complaint with the Regional Center. On one occasion while out with her
"Since the Turner choice, government and state court feelings have taken after Garland's thinking and maintained trunk looks construct exclusively with respect to proof of individual medication use found in the traveler compartment. Be that as it may, they are misinformed," Kamens composed. "[I]t does not take after that a man who as of late smoked cannabis in an auto keeps a stash nearby in the storage
Demonstrators marched through the streets, chanting slogans, and held protest outside the offices of several corporations. The purpose of the demonstration was to protest policies of the Regan Administration and of certain corporations based in Dallas. In a political demonstration during the Republican National Convention in Texas, Gregory Lee Johnson doused an American flag with kerosene and set it on fire. During the burning of the flag, the demonstrators shouted, “America, the red, white, and blue, we spit on you.” No one was hurt but some witnesses said they were offended. One witness picked up the flag’s charred remains and buried them in his backyard. Johnson was charged and convicted with the desecration of a venerated object, in violation
Orenthal James “O.J” Simpson was an African-American male suspect in the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ron Goldman. They were both found stabbed to death outside Nicole’s condominium in the Brentwood area in Los Angeles. After failing to turn himself in on June 17, he became a victim of a low-speed pursuit in a white Ford Bronco SUV. He was then arrested and sent to trial on October 3, 1995, were the jury’s verdict was “not guilty” for the two murders.