Even though it was an accident, the victim’s death occurred while Trevor intended armed robbery and was accused of felony murder and will spend the rest of his life in prison. Jacob Ind was sentenced to life without parole. At the age of fifteen, he killed his mother and stepfather in order to put an end to the all kinds of abuse they were putting him through. The jury did not recognize the fact that it was primarily self-defense and accused him of first degree murder, which carries a mandatory life sentence. These are the cases of only three kids who got life without parole but there are so many more.
His name is Askari and charged with murder at the age of 16. In describing their research, they said, “He never saw high school graduation. Sentenced to 20 years to life for felony murder, he was released at the age of 39 after serving 23 years in prison” (Marquez-Lewis, et al). In other words, Askari didn’t get to finish his high school and wasted his 20 important years of life in prison. I think Askari wrecked his 20 important years of life in prison by committing murder.
The documentary depicted Barry as mentally disturbed and fixated on the idea that his father was having an affair. Berry had a plan for revenge. Berry and his mother conspired to tie up his father and his girlfriend and then his mother would shoot herself while her estranged husband watched. Berry’s mother told her son that she planned to do this on February 14th. At school Berry was described by his peers as a “dork” or “hick”.
Mark’s mother Alma was a bank clerk and nurse’s aide, while his father Donald was a delivery man. Unfortunately, when Mark was only eleven his parents divorced. By the time Mark was fourteen, he had dropped out of highschool and began to pursue a life of crime and drugs .“Not only was he doing drugs, but also dealing them. He’d spent his days scamming and stealing, working on the odd drug deal before treating himself to the substances.” (Peterson 1) Once Mark was fifteen he forced a group of African American children on a terrifying journey by throwing rocks at them, while yelling ethnic slurs. This did cause the children injury.
Innocent Victims of Capital Punishment are Possible Try to imagine yourself being convicted of a crime you did not commit, and even worse being told you have die for that crime. This nightmare is actually a reality for some inmates on death row today. The death penalty should be abolished because the potential for even one death of an innocent man violates all principles of justice. "Can the justice system ever be 100 percent right? Not likely.
The law enforcement targeting black males, as caused society to see black males in a dangerous point of view. The story Trayvon Martin, a 17 year old boy who was gunned down because his killer George zimmerman chose to not listen to the police instruction. On his way home after buying a bag of skittles and a can of iced tea from 7-eleven Trayvon was approached by Zimmerman. Zimmerman confronted Trayvon because he suspected him of doing something, which resulted in both men fighting on the floor. Tayvion was killed during this altercation by Zimmerman’s gun, and zimmerman was arrested for it.
One example is in 1995 the Death Metal band Slayer was blamed for encouraging Royce Casery, Joseph Fiorella, and Jacob Delashmutt to torture and kill Elyse Pahler, 15-years-old. The parents of Pahler blame the disgusting lyrics of Slayer to the crime. The three boys, all fans of Slayer and bands of their stature, were all found guilty and are still serving time in jail. The Pahler’s tried suing both the band, and the record companies for making these albums available to young teens. However, the courts threw out all the accusations against Slayer and the record companies, with right cause.
The columbine massacre the day where no one is safe in school or out of school. The columbine massacre is about two students named Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris both seniors 17 years old both two weeks before graduating they killed 12 students, one teacher, and 21 injured to their shooting on April 20, 1999. Both Dylan and Eric were some believe they were bullied by the sport teams in their school so they planned to kill the people who bullied them and other mostly anyone who gets in their way but that wasn’t really why the FBI he said that there target was everyone no one in pacify we will not get in to more details now. Dylan and Eric were both intelligent boys with solid parents and a good home and both had brothers younger than them. They played soccer, baseball, and both enjoyed to work on computers.
They wanted there to be no sympathy whatsoever for the criminals. This law was not enforced there until December 1993. (Lacourse, p.1) In California, the most notable reasons for this law were promoted by Fresno resident, Mike Reynolds. In 1992, his daughter was attacked and murdered by two men whom were parolees. The gunman was killed in a shoot-out with police, while the other offender only received a nine year prison sentence.
The Therapist had to have a horrible time living with the fact that he jst ruined two people and their children’s life it’s time like these that the death penalty should be reinstated. After being released The Kellers have separated and are trying to live their lives as best as they can however, they will always remember how they were falsely accused and had to spend 21 years in prison. This has to be the worst case of Satanic Ritual Abuse to ever occur in the history of Satanism.