The rest of the story, according to the Sheriff's Office, "the video is from a traffic stop conducted by a deputy on June 18, 2018 in Calvert County Maryland. The driver was initially stopped for a simple traffic violation. After some initial investigation the d ... river was asked to exit the vehicle. The driver complied, but did not show his hands. Instead, he opened the driver’s side door with one hand and kept his other hand concealed behind his back. When asked what was behind his back he chambered a round and produced a 9mm handgun. The deputy drew his handgun, sought cover, and began to give verbal commands. Responding deputies secured the areas surrounding the incident and created a perimeter. Negotiations with the subject resulted in him being peacefully apprehended."
Outline 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.
In September 2007, the American Psychologist published an examination of the factual basis of coverage of the Kitty Genovese murder in psychology textbooks. The three authors concluded that the story is more parable than fact, largely because of inaccurate newspaper coverage at the time of the incident. [ 6 ] According to the authors, "despite this absence of evidence, the story continues to inhabit our introductory social psychology textbooks (and thus the minds of future social psychologists)." One interpretation of the parable is that the drama and ease of teaching the exaggerated story makes it easier for professors to capture student attention and interest.