Crime

“I Wish You to Live Forever” On December 11, 2018 on the corner of Ave. Y and West 2nd Street in Gravesend, Brooklyn, NY,11223 at approx 8 am In my opinion, you performed, by far, the most reckless and cowardice act any human can do to another. You stole from teenage-twin-boys, their only parent. Their rock. Their everything in life. All the family and friends who will never hear that laugh again. That laugh we know and love, and how she smiled no matter how bad life was to her. That angel's name is Francine LaBarbara. You mauled her with your vehicle to the degree, that one witness said, at first he thought it was a garbage bag in the street. Then he saw her beautiful hand and hair. Without even looking back, you fled like the coward you are. You had the One chance to...
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Dear Herman, I almost never say your name out loud. Last I heard, a couple of weeks ago, you were sick and the doctors don't think you are going to make it. I was happy when I heard this because I wanted nothing more than for you to lie in the grave you dug for yourself as your demons dragged you to hell, but then I felt bad, but you don't get to make me feel bad anymore. You did horrible unspeakable things to me. You entered my body and ruined my soul for years. I can still hear the jingle of your belt sometimes or some days I catch a whiff of your cologne. You know what I remember most, my knees popped all the time probably from the amount of time I spent on them thanks to your perverted fantasies. I was a kid, I was confused and I didn't know what to do. I held this rage...
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It's hard when your constantly living in fear. Fear after being tortured. Fear after being raped. For eight months I have had no justice. No life. No happiness. You stole my freedom, my voice. But you didn't steal my soul. You raped my body not my loving soul. You may run from this forever, but you have to go on living with the guilt of what you done to an innocent woman who did nothing but care for you. It's a joke to you now because the police have the inability to find you Antony. I still think of when it happend; i'll never forget. It will haunt me till the day I die, the fear I felt and experienced is one no twenty year old woman should feel. Its safe to say you physiologically damaged me to the point where I am numb in everyday life. I never feel happiness anymore but i'm...
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To the parents of St. Mike’s sexual assailants: Don’t worry, your boys will be fine. Their sentences will be meager, their identities protected, and they will go on to be leaders and Supreme Court judges. They will soar high in the sky, on their broomsticks.
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I want to tell Americans about terrorist thats living in USA for almost 15 years or so. The name of the person is called Jane Trajkovski. Born in Bitola I believe in 1976 in area called Genimale. Jane Trajkovski was one of the main people that was organizing the people to go and protest in front of US embassy in Skopje. He and the group of 20 other people were going from University to University and calling people to come down and go in front of US embassy. In case somebody didnt go down, was called chicken , and other bad names. During those protest US embassy was burned. The people who organize this thing had very strong ties with Arkan, terrorist who work for Miloshevich. Strange the same people didnt go to protest in front of Serbian Embassy in Skopje, when Arkan was killing Muslim...
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As a woman who was sexually assaulted by a man who had assaulted more than one woman before me I want enlighten you to what happens when you decide to keep silent. The very first message it sends to your attacker is that it really wasn't a big deal and without having to face any consequences for his actions it opens the door for him to feel like it was ok for him to do that once so it must be ok to continue to do it over and over. Without ever having to face any accusations or consequences you are sending a very dangerous message to all the sexual predators out there. And by not speaking up and filing a report as soon as possible after the attack you are failing to do your part to protect other women from falling victim to the same predator as you. While you may not get a conviction from...
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To whom it may concern, My name is Lennie James. I am a 42-year-old father of three. I grew up in south-west London. I was brought up by a single mother. I was orphaned at 10, lived in a kids' home until I was 15 and was then fostered. I tell you this not to claim any special knowledge of how you've grown, but to explain how I have, and from where I draw my understanding. I want to talk to you about the knife you're carrying in your belt or pocket or shoe. The one you got from your mum's kitchen or ordered online or robbed out of the camping shop. The knife you tell yourself you carry for protection, because you never know who else has got one. I want to talk to you about what that knife will do for you. If you carry it, the chances are you will be called on to use it. It is a...
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Dear Victim's Commissioner, Please accept this as a formal complaint against yourself from one of the many victims who you fail, although in my case this appears to be more serious than just 'failure' and more about deliberate protection of wrongdoers. Your actions are causing harm to an abuse victim and it is time for you to seek other occupation, especially as victims have found you useless and ineffectual, and a twitter poll was done on your effectiveness, and you were found to have failed, ignored and snubbed a majority of victims. Your role appears to be as a figurehead that the government felt under presssure to create, and who can churn out necessary PR material as needed. And that is a waste of taxpayers' money. You have only contacted me once regarding the very...
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Dear, Policer Officers and the Public, We read a book in class called The Crucible. This book was a big mess and it was people getting accused of witch craft and getting killed for nothing. It was so bad and the courts were a disaster. This story reminded me of what is happening today with police brutality. They aren’t the exactly same but you can compare them in away. Like police brutality, the courts were killing innocent people for being “witches.” The girl that accused everyone, her dad was the reverend. Back then, that was a respected position. Everyone took her word for what she said about witches. Today, when police are on trial for brutality, shootings, or other misconduct, the courts mostly take their side. People in power are more trusted. So even back then the...
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The play "The Crucible" is about the Salem witch trials and how a group of girls decide to conjure the devil and them getting caught. One girl lies to save herself which leads to many people getting hanged for not confessing to practicing witch craft. The quote that led me to picking this topic was, "2014, Eric Garner was allegedly selling cigarettes illegally.Police show up and put Garner in a chokehold (which is prohibited in the New York police department) Garner tells the officers he cannot breathe. He later dies of a heart attack." The issue of police brutality is represented in the play because it targets certain people and uses violence against them without an explanation. The reason why I chose this topic is because I think the issue needs to be better addressed and dealt with....
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