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Andreas Wilson

Andrea Yates Andrea Yates, born July 2, 1964 in Houston, Texas, was just another average American girl. She was a remarkable student and ended up being her class valedictorian at Milby High School in Houston. She went to college at the University of Huston for nursing and continued her education at the University of Texas, School of Nursing; she graduated in 1986. In 1993, she married Rusty Yates, a devout follower of Michael Peter Woroniecki’s teachings which communicated that if a mother didn’t...

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Andrea Yates

genes influence the outcome of a behavior in a criminal behavior and the type of attach committed to his or her victim. This crimes are taught in the school of crime into five different steps to help during a crime investigation. One of these cases is Andrea Yates, who committed a horrific crime on her family. This paper will explain the changes in history of crime and the procedures done in a crime. The paper will also include the story of a criminal who committed the crime. Genetic evidence that confirms...

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Andrea Yates

By: Katie King ANDREA YATES CASE Andrea Yates has no remorse or justification for lives she stole from Andrea’s Basic Information  DOB: July 2,1964  Hometown: Clear Lake, Texas  Diagnosed with depressive disorder  In 1999, she tried stabbing herself, and got admitted to Memorial Spring Shadows Glen.  She was then prescribed Haldol  She clearly had mental issues www.Biography.com/people/andrea_yates_235801 Leading up to the Murder  After her second son Noah, she started seeing violent...

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Andrea Yates

Description of the crime: (1 page) Andrea Yates was found guilty for drowning her five children in a bath tub in their house in Houston on the morning of June 20th of 2001. She called the Houston Police Department after committing this evil act who arrived at the scene and took Yates in custody and questioned her. She revealed the details of how she drowned her children one by one and put them in their beds and left her six-month old daughter floating dead in the bath tub before she drowned her...

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Andreas Vesalius

Andreas Vesalius I. Biography Andreas Vesalius was born on Dec. 31, 1514, in Brussels, the son of Andries van Wesele and his wife, Isabel Crabbe. Vesalius's paternal ancestors, who hailed from the German town of Wesel, came to Brussels in the early 15th century and became prominent as physicians and pharmacists. His father served as pharmacist to Margaret of Austria and later to Emperor Charles V. His great-grandfather, Johannes Wesalia, was the head of the medical school at the University...

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Andrea Yates trial

Samuel Matute Andrea Yates trial. In June of 2001, Andrea Yates Made a call to her husband Russle Yates at 9:56 in the morning, not even an hour had passed since Russle Yates had left home for work. She did not ask her husband to come home but demanded, her exact words were “you need to come home, It’s Time”. Her husband hurried home and called Andrea while he was behind the wheel asking is anybody hurt and Andrea simply said “yes”. At 9:48 Andrea call 911 asking for a police officer, but would...

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Andrea Yates Case

will tell you why I agree that Andrea Yates, 44, is not guilty by reason of insanity. I believe that Andrea Yates had a very serious sickness, and it should have never been able to get that out of hand. Andrea Yates was suffering from severe postpartum psychosis and was losing control over herself. Rusty - Andreas husband -, her family, and the many doctors she had been working with should have took control about her acting’s. Rusty was a very controlling husband to Andrea while they have been together...

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The Andrea Yates Story

The Andrea Yates Story Depression is a mental state characterized by a pessimistic sense of inadequacy and a despondent lack of activity. One may also describe depression as an illness that involves the body, mood, and thoughts. Depression affects the way a person eats, sleeps, feelings about oneself, and the way one thinks about different subjects. Signs and symptoms of depression are; loss of interest in activities that were once enjoyable, loss of appetite with weight loss or overeating with...

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Andrea Yates Paper

Andrea Yates Paper Linda J. Hernandez PSY 303: Abnormal Psychology Professor Lisa Prince Rutsky August 21, 2011 Andrea Yates Paper In 2001, Andrea Yates drowned her five children in a bathtub in her home. This was very disturbing news. I am a native Houstonian. I was at home that day. The television was on and will never forget the news breaking announcements that broke the story of a homicide in Clear Lake. All the information the reporters had was a mother killed all her children...

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August Wilson

2012 The Literature and Life of August Wilson August Wilson was born as Fredrick August Wilson on April 27, 1945 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His father Fredrick August Kittel was a German immigrant baker who later abandoned his family. His mother Daisy Wilson was from North Carolina. August Wilson was one of six children by his mother who also was the youngest by 13 years. He grew up in a two-bedroom apartment with his mother and siblings. August Wilson was the only black child in his school...

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