George Oldfield

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  • Case Study: The Yorkshire Ripper

    for his whereabouts which was confirmed by his wife. One of the most publicised faults of the investigation was the importance that was cast upon the letters and tape that the police received, which were indicated as coming from the ripper. Language analysts were brought in to analyse the tape and they were able to pinpoint an area, Castletown in Sunderland. The tape and letters were addressed to George Oldfield who was heading the ripper inquiry and it sparked a major campaign that was suggested to of cost around £1 million. A hotline was set up where the public could hear the tape recording in hope that a member of the public would recognise the voice. Also due to the analysts agreed location of the source of the voice a major operation was set up to investigate males that were from the area and is reported roughly 40,000 men were investigated. As a result, of the forces inability to catch the killer, the ‘Super Squad ' was created in 1980 after the murder of Jacqueline Hill. They were made up of officers from different police forces and the decision was made to take George Oldfield who had previously headed the case off of it due to his poor health. Challenges faced during investigation The investigation was filled with difficulties from the beginning which were compounded by the outdated police records system. One of the biggest challenges the investigators faced was not knowing when or where the next victim would be attacked. Despite most of the attacks being in West…

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  • The Importance Of Inaugural Addresses

    ” Will believes that “the general shortening of sentences reflects, in part, a change in nature of Inaugural Addresses.” He refers to Teddy Roosevelt who called the presidency “a bully pulpit.” Later addresses have had an incentive to tell Americans how to behave with phrases such as “The only thing we have to fear…” and “Ask not…” A more popular phrase which was used by Kennedy and Nixon was “Let us…,” which according to Will means, “For Pete’s sake, pull up your socks and shape up.” The…

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  • Critical Analysis Of A Sunday On La Grande Jatte

    I had to understand why Seurat used such a difficult technique for his work. I then came upon the theory that perhaps he wanted to produce a deeper sense of life in his paintings. All things in the world are composed of millions of cells, and these cells create objects, color, and everything that practically exists. I imagine that Seurat's motive was to utilize this scientific law in his work to give an atmosphere of life, texture, and movement in the scenes that he…

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  • Seabiscuit Film Analysis Essay

    Though more often than not when Seabiscuit and War Admiral arrived, one or the other scratched for a minor detail, like heavy dirt or a sore neck (Hillenbrand). When the race would come it would mostly be on Howard’s terms, not Riddell’s as War Admiral had raced all across the country and could adapt to temperature changes easily. The only thing without minor alteration was the lack of starting gates, Riddell insisted on this because the Admiral hate the machine. The main event in the movie,…

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  • The Battle Of Trenton: The Success Of The Revolutionary War

    The Battle of Trenton was an imperative success to be had for the entire success of the revolutionary war. The battle of Trenton was a great validation for the colonists that the continental army could really defeat the British and Hessians. This was a great militaristic achievement, further showing the brilliance of George Washington and the military leadership of the patriots. This swayed the opinions of some loyalists, further backing the continental army. This support allowed the continental…

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  • Theme Of Capital Punishment In A Hanging By George Orwell

    The year is circa 1930 and the scene opens on a prison yard in Burma. George Orwell writes of his experience in this prison yard overseeing the hanging of a frail Hindu man and how the events he witnessed completely changed his outlook on capital punishment from retentionist to outspokenly abolitionist, even leading him to leave his job as execution overseer to later become a writer. In his classic short story “A Hanging”, George Orwell uses a variety of characters whose thoughts, words and…

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  • Character Analysis Of Robert Zemeckis's Back To The Future

    relationships between specific characters. Though Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) is facing a struggle to get back home, there’s another struggle occurring in the movie between his father, George (Crispin Glover), and town bully, Biff Tannen (Thomas F. Wilson). By tracing their acting and relative staging of these two in certain shots, a narrative between them becomes all the more clear, a representative battle of the outspoken against the bullies of the world. Towards the beginning of the film,…

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  • The Walking Dead Research Paper

    that a reason for using zombies and other human-like creatures to scare us is because we are not only afraid of people we do not know, but mostly what they are capable of. Zombies are similar to us, but there are differences, and it is these differences that makes us fear them. People are afraid of the dead because the thought of rotting away and no longer existing seems to scare us all. That is why when people die, we either bury them or cremate them so we do not have to witness the process of…

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  • Historical Importance Of Criminal Profiling

    Many criminals tend to display patterns and certain characteristics that they do not think to cover up after a crime is taken place. Figuring out these patterns and characteristics are parts of the endless jobs criminal profilers are responsible for finding. Much of the time, these professionals are making educated guesses and can be subjective. However, these “educated guesses” are shown to be very true majority of the time. Criminal profiling is a very difficult jobs to be into shown by…

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  • Influential Factors In Rameck's The Pact

    Although George, Rameck, and Sam experienced different childhood 's, faith brought them together to defeat the streets. George and Sam met in seventh grade and realized they had the same interests while Rameck entered their lives Junior year of high school. They all enrolled into the University High School, which is a school that required an admission test. Due to all three men being exceptionally smart, they passed the test. Soon, their friendship would alter the course of one another’s lives.…

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