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    missing parts. It’s said that serial killers usually take something of the victims, but I’m not convinced Echols, Baldwin or Misskelley would do anything like that. Also at the scene, no blood or weapons were found anywhere around the area. The day after the bodies were discovered, Damien Echols was questioned. A juvenile probation officer was on scene when the three bodies were discovered in “The Robin Hood Hills”. The officer said he had been following the actions of Damien Echols, a local student, stating that it was possible that he could be responsible for the act.(Sauls) After hearing about Damien, the police drew the idea that the crime could be related to Satanistic rituals or some sort of cult sacrifice. They went from having no suspects, to jumping on the bandwagon with the first possibility mentioned, it…

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    Vicki soon reported to officials that she’d gone with Damien and Jessie to an esbat, a devil-worshipping orgy in a field, where she witnessed about 10 youth, with faces and arms painted black, stripping and “touching each other”. Ultimately police brought in Jessie Misskelley for examination concerning the murders. Jessie was 17 and thought to be mildly retarded. Nonetheless a plain questioning became a full blown interrogation by police, in which Misskelley confessed. That confession was…

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    Just imagine you being with your friends; and out of nowhere your parents getting a phone call from the police saying you were arrested for being part of a murder that you did not commit . As you are sitting there in a cold room with bars as a door that the world calls a jail sail. What 's going through your head at that time; will my parents believe me? Why did the police come after me? Who did they kill? How did they kill them? In May 5 ,1993 three teenagers were convicted of…

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    Through his great Athenian tragedy Medea (431 BCE), Euripides illustrates the gradual destruction of his eponymous protagonist’s humanity in the relentless pursuit of vengeance and justice. Medea is ostracized for her position as a woman and is predisposed to judgement from Greek society, yet, it is ultimately Jason who suffers from both societal and divine retribution, as he is chastised greatly for his betrayal of his family and his unyielding desire for pride and success. However, whilst…

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    These actions are seen through Jason’s selfishness and Medea’s desire towards getting vengeance. Greed is seen through Jason’s desire and needs. One of the main characters in Medea was Medea’s first husband and first love, Jason. He is extremely selfish because based on the actions, he only thinks on how it will benefit him, for example using Medea’s skills to help him and others on completing the quest they assigned to. The mission was to “cross the Black Sea to the distant barbarian land…

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    Summary of Revenge “Revenge” is a Television Series produced by Mike Kelley, Marty Bowen, and Wyck Godfrey. Emily Thorne rents back a beach home she was raised in as a child by her father. The home is adjacent to the mansion of an affluential family, the Graysons. Emily is actually Amanda Clarke whose father was framed for treason by the Graysons when she was a kid. Her father was sentenced to life imprisonment after the trial and was murdered in prison by associates of the people that framed…

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    Medea did everything she could for Jason since she was in love with him. Medea betrayed her own family for Jason and in return he stabs her in the back. Jason used Medea to accomplish what he needed to accomplish for himself and when he couldn’t profit from her he left her. Medea was the daughter of Aeёtes, the King of Chalcis. She first met Jason when he came to her father’s kingdom looking for the Golden Fleece. Hera bribed Aphrodite to forge a love among Medea and Jason. Aeёtes said he would…

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    The book Glass Sword is about a girl named Mare who finds herself on a deadly path trying to be someone she isn't. As Mare escaped from the prison, Maven, who she thought loved her but turned on her, put her in; she found herself debating what to do. She needed to save the newbloods, who were people like her with a power, yet Red blooded, but she knew all of their lives would be at risk. First, she gathered up some of her friends at Tuck, the islands where all of the Red bloods were hiding from…

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    Medea and Esch are very powerful, but mostly show their power through vulnerability. In the story, The Golden Fleece, Jason uses Medea for his selfish needs. In return, Medea kills Jason’s new wife by burning her alive. “But no sooner had she put it on than a fearful, devouring fire enveloped her. For example, when Esch said “I loved you! This is Medea wielding the knife. This is Medea cutting” (204). Since Esch was vulnerable, she started to attack Manny. This is also what happened to Medea.…

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    Catherine de Medici was an Italian-born, French queen who became very powerful and even more controversial during her time at the helm of France. Orphaned as an infant, used as a pawn in her family's vicious power games, saddled with an unfaithful husband, and forced to suffer the untimely deaths of several of her children, Catherine managed to maintain control of the true power of the French throne in an effort to protect her family and preserve her birthright. Her methods of doing so,…

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