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Transcript: The Night Stalker By, Alejandra Lopez Beginnings Richard Ramirez Richard Ramirez Known as the night stalker often smiled for the cameras at his trial and when he was convicted, he was heard to say, “No big deal. Death always comes with the territory. I’ll see you in Disneyland.”Richard Ramirez, known as the “Night Stalker” was an American serial killer. Ramirez spent over two years of his life raping and torturing over 25 victims and killing more than a dozen people. Killings Killings known as the Night Stalker killed 14 people within a short span between 1984 and 1985. He used a variety of weapons to kill his victims that ranged from guns to knives to tire irons and hammers. Ramirez wasn’t picky about age or gender either. His victims ranged from age 9 to 79, and he killed both men and women. During his spree, he nearly paralyzed Los Angeles with fear. one of the crime scenes Locations Victims of Richard When did the killing spree happen? Date On June 28, 1984, Ramirez’s committed his first murder. The 79-year-old victim was sexually assaulted, stabbed and murdered in her own home. In just one year Ramirez had murdered over a dozen people and tortured of 25 people. After many delays, in 1989, Richard Ramirez, age 29, was sentenced to the conviction of 13 murders, five attempted murders, 11 sexual assaults and 14 burglaries. ? Growing up Richard was a troubled kid. A lot of this was due to his older cousin, Mike, who had just returned from fighting in Vietnam. Ramirez’s cousin would tell him gruesome stories and show pictures of the torture he would inflict upon Vietnamese women. Mike introduced drugs to Ramirez, which consequently resulted in Ramirez committing petty crimes. He also became a Satan worshiper. Because of this rebellion, Ramirez became alienated from his parents. movies based on the night stalker The night stalker Manhunt: Search for the night stalker Night Stalker 2016 1989 2002

80s/90s presentation

Transcript: THE 1980'S AFFAIRS Abigail Tineo - period 3 SUMMARY The Decade... The 1980s was an era rich in social and political reform, technological and economical growth, and known as the golden era of horror films. Mostly remembered for being the age of materialism, consumerism, and the New York City yuppies, the 80s were surely a time to be alive. (1980-1992) National population Life expextancy STATS 1980: 227,224,681 1992: 254,994,517 Females: 73.6 Males: 65.3 $47,200 Meduim home cost $21,020 Meduim family income POLITICS THE REAGAN REVOLUTION The ex-hollywood actor appealed greatly to conservatives and moderates after switching to Republicanism from his liberal-Democratic origins as California governor, ultimately crafting the New Right. Attempted Assasination of Reagan - Reagan was shot in the chest and arm - Shooter is John Warnock Hinckley Jr. - Attempt was unsuccesful - Reagan has life threatening wounds and received surgery March 30, 1981 Two months into office, the president was targeted. First woman in supreme court September 21, 1981 Sandra Day O'Connor, becomes the first woman to serve in supreme court - Nominated and appointed by Ronald Reagan. - Described as a "classic conservative" November 6, 1984 Regan is re-elected. Regeanomics - Focused mostly on tax reductions, budget cuts, and monetary policy - Lowered the tax rate -30% and federal budget by $41M in attempt to stimulate the economy ECONOMICS - The budget cuts were aimed at social welfare programs -Succesfully treated inflaton by lowering production of the dollar Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) -Made to protect the U.S. from Soviet nuclear missile threats in space by ruining their systems - 1981, Reagan signed off on the NSDD -Organizes and assigns procedures for SDI as well as planning for broadcasting the news - 1983 the SDI was announced to the world and faced backlash from Americans and other governments STAR WARS - Initial plan proved uneffective and focused instead on smaller missile projects The aimed cost was to be $400B-$800B WAR ON DRUGS DOMESTIC A FEDERAL ATTEMPT TO STOP ILLEGAL DRUG USAGE. AFFAIRS Just Say No! 1984 - Nancy Reagan campaigned in the U.S to discourage young people from using illegal drugs. - Coined the phrase "Just say No" and educated teens on many ways to turn down peer pressure. -Cooperated with the Girl Scouts of America and other national organizations in clubs to share awareness. 1986 Anti-Drug Abuse Act - Congress passed the Act that established a minimum sentencing for possesions of illegal drugs Though it proved beneficial at first, the act was later found to trigger racist sentencings. Aug 1985 FOREIGN In order to save seven American hostages held in Lebanon by Iranian terrorist group, the Hezbollah.. - Reagan proposed the arms-for-hostages release Americans freed in return for illegally shipping over 1,500 missiles to Iran. AFFAIRS Mar 1987 Iran contra Affair - Reagan denied claims of the illegal activities because "He couldn't remember" assigning the operation - Though Reagan was found to be uninformed of the innerworkings, his management skills were weak in portrayal. Against the odds Reagan left office with the highest approval since FDR. An article exposing the subject leaked on the Al-Shiraa newspaper, the public soon found out... George H.W Bush elected as president THE MUSIC INDUSTRY CULTURE POP LQBT ARTISTS Rescued from its underfunding by digital recording, the music industry flourished in the 80's with styles like,pop, rock, new wave, and Euro disco. The LGBT Scene Mainstream gay music artists like... - Elton John, Prince, Freddie Mercury, David Bowie, The Village People, Wham!, and Cyndi Lauper Paved the way for gay musicians, using lyrics, drag, and cross-dressing as means of self expression, tackling topics like... - Androgyny, pansexuality, bisexuality, genders, gender conformity, and gender fluidity. Homosexual relationshps start to be un-demonized in the U.S. MUSIC TELEVISION Completely altered the music industry by offering a new platform for music artists - Made artists consider the visial aspect of songs - Lead to an increase in budgets and interest in the music industry Founded Aug. 1981

english presentation 80s

Transcript: The 80's Julia, Naomi, Jaline, Leonard Music in the 80's Popular music genres 80's New music styles Most iconic artists, songs Music Music Music Music genres rock, pop Called the golden age of hiphop Electronic music genres have emerged such as electro, techno, house, freestyle Digital recording increases a lot. 3 most iconic artists Micheal Jackson Madonna Freddie Mercury Iconic artists Micheal Joseph Jackson Micheal Jackson 1958-2009 America Album thriller Billie Jean King of pop Supported charities, gave concerts raise money. Music rock, pop, jazz Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone Madonna 1958, still preforms Ancestry half Italian, half French Candian Famous in short time Succesful female artist Written many albums Vogue Music pop Freddie Mercury Freddie Mercury 1946-1991 East-africa Piano, Guitar Vocal range 4 octaves alowed sing pure Bohemain Rhapsody in queen Rock, pop Fashion in the 80s Fashion *Women fashion *Most populair *Man fashion *Most populair *Fashion then and now Women *Acid Washed Denim Denim *Overalls *Neon and Everything Bright *Animal Prints *Shoulder Pads Women Most populair "Acid Washed Denim Denim" Populair Men fashion Men *The mullet *Baggy jumpers *Bomber jackets *Hawaiian shirts and moustaches *Double denim Most populair The mullet Populair Fashion then and now *Diference *Same Difference Top 3 iconic movies and shows Movies and shows Movies Movies -E.T. the extra-terrestrial sci-fi 1982 -Return of the Jedi. Sci-fi/action 1983 -Raiders of the Lost Ark action-adventure 1981 Shows -The cosby show sitcom 1984 -Murder, she wrote mystery 1984 -Cheers sitcom 1982 Shows Gadgets and eletronics from the 80's Electronics and gadgets today i'm going to be talking about the electronics and gadgets in the 80's Motorola MicroTAC Motorola MicroTAC The design Sold for $3,000 Total Area Coverage Released on 25 april 1989 Apple Macintosh Released on January 24, 1984 Renamed to Macintosh 128K Apple Macintosh The Boombox Considered trendy Sold with a CD player The boombox Sharp pocket computer Similar way to keyboards Battery last 200 hours Plugged into a computer Sharp pocket computer Cable television More choices of TV programs Good news and bad news Cable television Used sites Used sites,_She_Wrote

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