Civil rights engagement prompted death threats from the white racist organization Black Legion, forcing the family to transfer twice before Malcolm's fourth birthday. In 1929 white men burned their home in Lansing, Michigan and two years later, Earl Little was found dead with trolley tracks across his body. Police ruled both incidents as accidents, but the Littles were certain that members of the Black Legion were responsible. After his father’s death, Malcolm’s mother suffered an emotional breakdown and was committed to a mental institution. All eight of her children were split up and sent to various foster homes and orphanages.
He died in the hospital a few days later, and Dallas couldn’t take it so he robbed a grocery store and took out an unloaded gun when the police came, so they shot and killed him. Exposition: The gang is introduced and the rivalry between the Greasers and the Socs is shown. Complication: Johnny kills the Soc that almost drowned Ponyboy, and they must leave town Climax: Pony and Johnny go into the burning church to save the children that are inside; Dallas dies. Resolution: Everything goes back to normal, and Pony decides to write about his journey for his English essay. 4.
A year later, Rodrigues killed the Vice-Mayor of Minas Gerais because he fired and accused his father, the school guard, of stealing from the school's kitchen. Rodrigues then killed another school guard who supposedly was the real theft of the food. As an adult, he seeked refuge in Mogi das Cruzes, Sao Pablo when he participated in crime and killed drug dealers. He moved in and began a life with Maria Aparecida Olympia until she was killed by gang members years later. Rodrigues searched for his revenge by killing many gang members in a failed attempt to find who killed his girlfriend.
Willie is the treasurer at this time and is advising the other commissioners to choose another bid because he has reason to believe the bricks will b... ... middle of paper ... ...s for senate, even though he’s already married. His mistresses are the reason he and Lucy drifted apart. Jack tells the judge of the blackmail, and the judge commits suicide. We learn that he was Jack’s real father; the two had always shared a father-son bond even before Jack knew. Tom, Willie’s son, plays football and gets injured, crushing his spinal cord, causing complete paralysis.
Two years later, Earl Little was found dead on the truly tracks in town after a streetcar ran over him. Dispite the police report that Earl's death was an accident, Malcolm strongly believed that his father was killed by the Black Legion who placed his father's body on the tracks to make it look like an accident. Following Earl's death, Malcolm's mother, Louise Little, tried to support her eight children on her own. Malcolm started stealing food and candy from neighborhood stores to support his brothers and sisters. After being caught a few too many times, a local court ruled that Louise was unable to control Malcolm and had him removed from her care and placed in a friendly white couple's home who knew Louise.
Dennis Rader got married to her wife Paula in 1971 and had two kids. On January 15 of 1974, Rader committed his first murder; killing four members of the Ortero family in their own home which he says that these are his “projects”. After murdering and slaying numerous people, Rader would steal items as his reward or his souvenir. He also would leave semen at the scene due to having sexual pleasure from killing. The fifteen year old son of Joseph and Julie Ortero, Charlie, came home that day and shockingly discovered the bodies of his family.
Rosemary’s Baby and the Manson Family Murders In 1969 Roman Polanski had finally become a success. After a youth devastated by the Holocaust, the loss of his parents, and a mugging that left him on the brink of death, the Polish-born director had moved to Hollywood. He was about to have his first child with his movie-star wife, Sharon Tate; and he had just released the blockbuster film Rosemary’s Baby. The event that made Roman Polanski famous was a tragedy that shocked the nation. On August 9, 1969, followers of Charles Manson murdered Polanski’s wife and her eight-month-old unborn child along with four close family friends.
You're under abreast Michael Copp, 18, Sheffield Lake, Ohio, was charged with stealing his mother's credit card to pay for his 18-year-old girlfriend's breast enlargement surgery. According to a police report, Copp's mother, Gaelene Pakrandt, told officers she had closed the account because her son charged $2,100 in car repair bills. Police said Copp reopened the account without his mother's knowledge after he found the card in a drawer. He charged $2,496 to the card to cover the surgery. Most items purchased with a stolen credit card are confiscated and returned by police.
He tells her that her father was killed because he was suspected of informing on other meth manufacturers. One night, her attackers take Ree to where her father’s body is in a pond and she cuts off his arms and brings them in as proof t... ... middle of paper ... ...y ill. On the same side though, the mother whose name is Connie, also has had a few affairs that she shared with Ree fairly openly. Although she is now severely mentally handicap, and almost completely dependent on Ree (this of course meaning she cannot take care of her own children either, also leaving them to Ree to take care of as well), when she was younger, Ree described her as a very beautiful, caring, and fun person to be around. Teardrop is their drug addict uncle who is also Ree’s father’s older brother. He is a hardcore meth user who also deals; basically another person who you would not want to get mixed up with, another shady character just like their father.
In response, Macon confides in Milkman that he believes Ruth to have had a seeming sexual affair with her own father, the prominent citizen Doctor Foster. When he confronts his mother, extremely agitated, she tells him that Macon Dead killed Doctor Foster by taking away medicine Doctor Foster needed to have to live. When Milkman is in his thirties, he loses interest in Hagar and breaks off their affair. Hagar loses her mind and begins trying to murder Milkman, ritualistically, every month. Finally Milkman confronts her, but she is unable to kill him.