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    Dr. Jeffrey Wigand was born in New York City in 1942 and now resides in Mt. Pleasant Michigan. Currently Dr. Wigand travels the world lecturing and acting as an expert witness and doing consultant work on tobacco issues. However, his heart lies with his non-profit organization Smoke-Free Kids, Inc. He feels it is his obligation to concentrate as much energy as possible helping children of all ages to “make better decisions and healthy choices regarding tobacco use.” (Wigand) Dr. Wigand holds academic degrees from the University Of Buffalo School Of Medicine and biomedical Sciences and a Masters Degree in Secondary education from the University of Louisville. Dr. Wigand has always been a teacher but not all of his teaching roles have been in a classroom. While he started out teaching, he quickly transitioned into the corporate…

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    In 17th December 1942, Jeffrey Wigand was born in New York. He is the eldest of out of his four siblings, and they were raised as staunch Roman Catholics. They lived in the Bronx, where Wigand’s father was a mechanical engineer. They later shifted to Pleasant Valley, a small town neighboring Poughkeepsie in northern New York. In his youthful days, Wigand dreamt of becoming a doctor, particularly because he was good in chemistry. Wigand attended Dutchess Community College, where he was a member…

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    Jeffrey Wigand was a primary source to CBS during a time where tobacco was on the rise. Wigand had valuable information for the public that could ultimately damage the tobacco industry and Brown & Williamson’s reputation. Wigand was interviewed for CBS’s “60 Minutes” and spoke out about the horrible toxins in tobacco and cigarettes and that nicotine is addictive. CBS decided not to show this interview that was taped, had they, I don’t believe any libel charges would come of it. From what I have…

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    Among the most well-known serial killers are names like Charles Manson, Ted Bundy, Tommy Lynn Sells, and so on. These men are regarded as vicious and have killed multiple people. Common myths about serial killers that often cloud our visions of them are that these killers are white men, motivated by sexual desires, and are anti-social. Why do we see so many serial killers like this? The answer could be attributed to two infamous American serial killers. They go by the names Donald Henry Gaskins…

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    Hello Everyone! When someone commits any kind of murder and especially if this said person has done this crime more than once, we as a society tends to want to know why this has occurred? What has caused this person to commit these crimes repeatedly? In the case of Jeffrey Dahmer I think it is a variety of reasons. The first one being control theory. When you look into Jeffrey Dahmer’s childhood, he seemed to have lacked social controls which is usually formed in the early stages of one’s…

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    cannibalism…As explained by Peter Vronssky, lust killers typically need intimate skin-to-skin contact in their killings and often use a knife or strangulation to murder. They are highly organized in their crimes and normally fantasize extensively about murder. Lust killers may rehearse it in their minds for years before actually killing their first victim. Over time, lust killers become addicted to rape and murder much like an addict becomes addicted to drugs. Generally, as they progress, either…

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    Sumitomo Copper Scandal (1995) Impacts on the Sumitomo Corporation The Sumitomo Copper estimated that the copper scandal, the financial scandal, gave rise to losses of $1.8 billion in June 1995. According to the company, the case would not affect their activeness and they would swallow the entire loss in the current fiscal year, which was about nine months after it took place. In order to cover the $1.8 billion losses, they would set aside a fund from the original executive bonuses and canceled…

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    The documentary “Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room” deals with “one of the most America's largest corporate bankruptcy”, as it reports the documentary itself. In fact, few years before the bankrupt, Enron was the 7th largest corporation in the USA that took 16 years to go from 10 billion assets to approximately 65 billion, but in only 24 days it went bankrupt. The movie describes and analyses how the company grew and then collapsed quickly and surrounded by a gigantic scandal that can be seen…

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    Carson DeGuire Ms.Dixon CJ III 22 October 2017 Richard Kuklinski-Iceman The typical serial killer in today’s world is born with these twisted genes that make them this way. Not in Richard Kuklinski’s case. In the documentary, “Conversations with the Iceman,” Kuklinski is interviewed about his life and all of the crimes he committed over the years. He was a hit man who has supposedly killed over 100 people while feeling no remorse doing this things. This essay will talk about how he compares to…

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    his criminal life and how it all ended. Dahmer was eighteen when he killed his first victim, an eighteen year old hitchhiker named Steven Mark Hicks. The two went back to Dahmer’s house for drinks. After some time had passed, Hicks wanted to leave, but Jeffrey did not want him to go. At that point, Dahmer hit Hicks over the head with a dumbbell knocking him out. Once unconscious, Dahmer strangled him with the dumbbell bar until Hicks was dead. A year after Dahmer’s first murder, he enlisted in…

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