A police officer named J.T. Tippet saw a man that fit the description of the assassin, so he stopped to ask Oswald some questions. Oswald panicked and shot Officer Tippet and then fled the area. He then entered a cinema where police finally arrested him. The public was outraged that President Kennedy was murdered and wanted an explanation.
He's going to kill me!" The judge gave him two years of probation, 120 hours of community service, and he was ordered to give $500 to a shelter for battered women this shows that OJ Simpson and Nicole Brown Simpson already developed a very abusive relationship . Furthermore, on June 22, 1994 District Attorney’s office leaked the media t... ... middle of paper ... ...ms that seek financial damages to compensate for the loss of their loved ones. OJ “The Juice” Simpson is clearly responsible for the tragic deaths of his wife Nicole Brown, and Ron Goldman.There are more than enough proof that suspect that the verdict of this should be reconsidered.The shoes print which were indeed Simpson’s,blood marks that were left on OJ’s car the blood spots left on his gloves,his suicide note.All of these were compelling facts that OJ was the murdered.However due to the miscarriage of justice Simpson was unfortunately found not guilty.Wealth played a major role for the conclusion of the verdict, OJ had a very good legal team that raised questions over much of the evidence and testimony against him. If the average person were charged of crimes that OJ has committed, he/she couldn't afford the lawyers and staff to mount the defense OJ could.
The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson The 1995 murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, O.J. Simpson was accused of, left all of America speechless and in shock for the whole course of the case. Most people that had followed the case thoroughly still, to this day, wonder who the REAL killer was. The most widely known suspect is her ex-husband, Orenthal James a.k.a. O.J.
One of the largest unsolved mysteries in the United States of America for more than 30 years was the BTK serial killer case. Between 1974 and 1991, hundreds of thousands of hours and millions of dollars was spent by the police to try to identify the person who murdered 10 people in and around Wichita and Kansas. On February 16, 2005, computer forensics experts achieved what the police had failed to do for more than 30 years by identifying the killer. Dennis Rader was the killer of the 10 innocent people. This case is the most famous ever solved by computer forensics.
Ted fell in love and suffered from severe depression when the relationship ended. Ted soon found out that his "sister" was really his mother and his "parents" were his grandparents. He was a man with a bright future ahead of him, attended law school and became the assistant to Washington State Republican Party. Unfortunately, in 1974 one of America 's most notorious murderers began his killing spree that lasted for 15 years. Ted Bundy managed to kill at least 30 innocent women from Utah, Idaho, Washington and Florida.
(Aaseng 1996) The funeral for the two victims was held on June 16th, 1994. O.J attended the funerals along with Nicole Simpson’s family and Ronald Goldman’s family. Shortly after, on June 17th, O.J was arrested and charged with first degree murder. Simpson immediately pleaded “100% not guilty’” on July 22nd, and the trial officially began on July 24th, 1994 (Linder 1). Because the jury was made up of mostly blacks, many outsiders believed that it would affect final decision of the jury.
Experience from around the world shows that constant vigilance is required to ensure the highest standards of conduct--standards necessary to maintai... ... middle of paper ... ...ine cases, the D. C. police department found the shootings unjustified and then disciplined the officers. However, in five cases that left four people dead and one injured, the sum total of time served by officers was fifteen days in jail. The total number of fatal shootings since mid-1993 is nine: five were ruled unjustified, one was ruled justified, and three are pending. Since this past May, the district has agreed to pay $775,000 to settle three lawsuits brought by survivors. In comparison, data collected by the University of South Carolina found that the Metro-Dade Police Department in the Miami area had forty-nine car shootings between 1984 and 1994--less than the district's five-year total, even though Metro-Dade has twice the population, nearly as many officers, and more crime.
With rage, sadness, and hopelessness in the public eye, clearly the assassination hurt more than just one man, it hurt a nation. A single shot killed 39-year-old Martin Luther King Jr. on April 4, 1968. At the Lorraine Hotel in Memphis, Tennessee, a sniper from about “50-100 yards away,” shot and struck Dr. King’s neck, while instantaneously killing him (“Martin Luther King Slain” 139). From the crime scene, F.B.I. investigators traced a “white Mustang automobile,” and an “‘unusually large’ amount of physical evidence” (Waldron 1).
On February 15, 1992 after a ten-hour deliberation they found Jeffrey Dahmer guilty but sane to all counts(Biography.com). He was sentenced to fifteen consecutive life terms with a sixteenth put on in May. Jeffrey Dahmer adjusted well to the prison life and he found religion in books and photos sent by his father(Biography.com). On November 28, 1994 Dahmer was murdered while performing bathroom duty in Portage, Wisconsin. He was killed by Christopher
After a few weeks, he was charged with 1st murder on several separate occasions. He was sentenced to life imprisonment and when he retaliated, he was held in contempt of court and was therefore fined £365. After 12 years he was released on probation and had to work 500 hours of community service for the RSPCB.