Thesis Statement: Winston Moseley has had three major details that impacted his life, such as his back ground, his crimes, and his time in jail.
I.Winston Moseley was a working man and had a family.
a.Moseley owned a home in Richmond Hill, Queens, New York.
b.He worked as a machine operator in New York.
c.Moseley was raising two children with his wife in Queens. d.He was apprehended on March 18, 1964, while trying to steal television. e.He did not have any previous criminal record.
II.Moseley was charge with three murder cases.
a.The crime he is most known for is the Genovese murder on March 27, 1964. b.On the day of the arrest, for the murder of Catherine Genovese, Moseley confessed to the murder of two other women.
c.He confessed to the murders of Barbara Kralik, Annie Johnson, and Catherine Genovese. d.Moseley was appointed the death sentence.
e.On the other hand, Moseley’s mental condition was admitted into the case as new evidence and his sentence was reduced to life in prison.
III.Once convicted, Moseley tried everything to acquire early parole. a. Winston Moseley had six appeals between the years of 1984-1995, only to be denied. b.The state parole board described Winston’s behavior as bizarre and self-serving in his meetings. c.While in prison Moseley wrote many letters to newspapers and magazines in order to receive early parole.
IV.For these reasons, is why Winston Moseley is where he is today. a.Moseley is a criminal and has spent 48 years and counting of his life in prison. b.He had the American dream—a house, wife, and kids.
c.He threw his life away when he decided to become a murder. Image a woman with a loving husband, the couple enjoy raising two wonderful children together and are happily married. The husband has a solid job and seems to be a law-abiding citizen. However, on a ordinary spring day, her joyful home life comes to a complete standstill. Her husband, Winston Moseley is arrested on...