North Hollywood shootout

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  • Social Learning Theory : Social Theory

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    very likely for him to learn how to drive a car when he reaches adulthood(Jeffery, 1965). Similarly, if the person learn the skill and knowledge from their family member, he or she could execute them well later in their crimes. The 1997 North Hollywood shootout, as known as Bank of America robbery, was one of the biggest robbery in American history. The two perpetrators, Larry Phillips, and Emil Matasareanu, who have previously robbed several other banks, conducted their last score

  • Illegal Firearm Possession And Illegal Firearms Possession

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    AK-47s entered Bank of America in North Hollywood in an attempt to rob it. Phillips had been in trouble with the police since his youth and had already spent 3 months in jail for illegal firearm possession. Mătăsăreanu acted as his loyal co conspirator. Not only were they wanted for armed robbery but also for murder, after killing a security guard in a heist in 1995. Armed with five machine gun, three handguns, as well as illegal 100 round drums. Parked in the north bank parking lot in a white 1987

  • Persuasive Essay On Assault Weapons

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    The 2nd amendment give citizens the right to own assault weaponry. The Second Amendment provides US citizens with the right to bear arms and should include the right to own assault weaponry. The Second Amendment is a right for all American citizens, not a privilege. The two strongest reasons for citizens to own assault weapons are self-defense and defense against tyranny. The Second Amendment allows for US Citizens to legally protect themselves, their families and their homes. Assault weapons in

  • Persuasive Essay On Gun Control

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    The Second Amendment provides US citizens with the right to bear arms and should include the right to own assault weaponry. The Second Amendment is a right for all American citizens, not a privilege. The two strongest reasons for citizens to own assault weapons are self-defense and defense against tyranny. The Second Amendment allows for US Citizens to legally protect themselves, their families and their homes. Assault weapons in the hands of law abiding citizens can make the difference between

  • Andrew Cunanan Research Paper

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    which made it easier to freeze all the liquid. When all the snow melted the water was released onto the surface and it made it easy for the flood to happen. When the climate changed is when all the flooding occurred. After the red river along the north dakota and minnesota was flooded it started to flood more often and continue to happen. The flooding of 1997 wrecked houses and old buildings it made it hard to drive and to get from here to there. The pastures were wrecked making it hard for animals

  • Should Civilian Law Enforcement Be Permitted? Military Tactics And Equipment? Essay

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    ISSUE: Should civilian law enforcement be permitted to utilize military tactics and equipment? FACTS: In the early to mid-1900’s, there was an obvious difference between civilian law enforcement and our military. We all recall watching our soldiers in combat and all the special equipment they used. This included backpacks full of tools, ammunition and supplies. They also had heavy duty vehicles to include armored and track vehicles. We also saw them wearing clothing designed to assist in concealing

  • Time to Regulate the Grant of the Second Ammendment

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    Introduction “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” These are the famous words drafted by the founding fathers into the Bill of Rights. This particular amendment has since then been a major part of American culture. Through the second amendment it has given American citizens freedom to buy firearms of any sort: AR-15s, AK-47s, handguns, and the like for self-defense. However, in light of the

  • Analysis Of The Militarization Of Today 's Police Departments Essay

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    The Militarization of today’s Police Departments, is this a catchy phrase or is this a serious problem that all of America should be concerned with? If one has been watching CNN or FOX news over the past year, one would believe that the police have taken siege over the cities with armored personnel carriers and 50 caliber sniper rifles. The recent events in Missouri, California and Arizona as likely fueled these concerns. Violent confrontations with police officers and citizens have always engulfed

  • Police Officers And The Police Vehicles

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    “ To protect and to serve” that is the saying that police officers use, and it is on the police vehicles. They take pride to serve our community, take pride to protect our community, and take pride of wearing the badge on their uniforms. Our community wouldn’t be the same if we didn’t have the protection from them; if so there will be some disasters like some today. But yet, they get accused, getting name, and getting threaten for the things that happen consequently. When I was growing up, I hear

  • Analysis Of Blazing Saddles

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    An eerie flute sounds in the distance. Smack dab in the center of, let’s call it, “A Staple Town in the Wild West™” are two cowboys in the midst of a head to head shootout for God knows what- a spilled drink, malicious comments, a poached lover. The piercing mix of sand and wind scathing your skin, eyes blinded by the high noon sun shining from above, and of course, the token roll of tumbleweed barely in your line of eyesight. “One… two… three… Shoot!” The hero always prevails... quite disparate

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