American Victims Of Crime

American victims of crime

  • Anne Scripps
    Anne Scripps Douglas was a publishing heiress to the Scripps newspaper publishing; she was the great-great granddaughter of James E. Scripps, founder of The Detroit News.
  • Aron Rottenberg
  • Assault on DeAndre Harris
    On August 12, 2017, DeAndre Harris was beaten by six men in an attack in a parking garage next to the police headquarters during the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, United States.
  • Attack on Reginald Denny Attack on Reginald Denny
    The attack on Reginald Denny was an incident in the 1992 Los Angeles riots in which Reginald Denny, a construction truck driver, was beaten nearly to death by a group of African American assailants who came to be known as the "L.A. Four".
  • Beating of DeAndre Harris
    On August 12, 2017, DeAndre Harris was beaten by six men in an attack in a parking garage next to the police headquarters during the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, United States.
  • Ben Jacobs (journalist)
    Ben Jacobs is an American political reporter for The Guardian. He previously worked at The Daily Beast. His journalism has also been published in outlets including The Boston Globe, The New Republic, The Atlantic, and the online news sites Salon and Capital New York.
  • Brandon Call
    Brandon Spencer Call is an American television and film actor as a child and adolescent. He played J.T. Lambert for seven seasons on the TV series Step by Step.
  • Bukola Oriola
    Bukola Oriola is a Nigerian-American journalist. She lives in Anoka County, Minnesota, and has a son named Samuel Jacobs. She spent six years as a journalist covering education in Nigeria while still living in that country.
  • Carl J. Shapiro
    Carl J. Shapiro is an American businessman and entrepreneur. In 1939 he founded Kay Windsor, Inc. in New Bedford, Massachusetts and built it into one of the largest women's apparel companies in the country.
  • Cheryl Araujo
    Cheryl Ann Araujo was an American rape survivor whose case became national news. She was gang-raped in 1983 at age 21 by four men in a tavern in New Bedford, Massachusetts, while other patrons watched but did not intervene.
  • Dan Rather Dan Rather
    Daniel Irvin Rather Jr. is an American journalist and the former news anchor for the CBS Evening News.
  • DeAndre Harris
    DeAndre Harris is a resident of Charlottesville, Virginia who was beaten by six men in an attack on August 12, 2017 at the parking garage next to the police headquarters during the Unite the Right rally.
  • Eric Drew
    Eric Drew is one of the first adults in the US to survive a double cord blood stem cells transplant for "terminal leukemia". Drew is noted for having his identity stolen during his treatment.
  • Fay Stender
    Fay Abrahams Stender was an American lawyer from the San Francisco Bay Area, and a prisoner rights activist. Some of her better-known clients included Black Panther leader Huey Newton, the Soledad Brothers and Black Guerrilla Family founder George Jackson.
  • Francine Hughes
    Francine Moran Hughes was an American woman who, after 13 years of domestic abuse, set fire to the bed of her live-in ex-husband Mickey Hughes, on March 9, 1977, in Dansville, Michigan. Mickey was killed and the house destroyed in the resulting fire.
  • Fran Drescher Fran Drescher
    Francine Joy Drescher is an American actress and activist. She is best known for her role as Fran Fine in the hit TV series The Nanny, and for her nasal voice and thick New York accent.
  • Frederick W. Seward Frederick W. Seward
    Frederick William Seward was an American politician and member of the Republican Party who twice served as the Assistant Secretary of State.
  • Gordon Lee (comic store owner)
    Gordon Lee was an American comic book store owner from Rome, Georgia, who is most famous for having been charged with distributing obscene material to a minor in connection with the Free Comic Book Day on Halloween, 2004. The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund was heavily involved in Lee's defense.
  • James Tague
    James "Jim" Thomas Tague was a member of the public who received minor injuries during the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963.
  • John Connally John Connally
    John Bowden Connally Jr. was an American politician. He served as the 39th Governor of Texas and as the 61st United States Secretary of the Treasury. He began his career as a Democrat but switched to the Republican Party in 1973.
  • Judge Edward Aaron
    Judge Edward Aaron was an African American handyman in Birmingham, Alabama who was abducted by seven members of Asa Earl Carter's independent Ku Klux Klan group on Labor Day, September 2, 1957.
  • Kathy Shelton
    Kathy Shelton is an American sexual assault survivor.
  • Kimberly Corban
    Kimberly S. Corban is a rape survivor and rape victim advocate. She is notable for her nationally televised question at CNN's 'Guns in America' Townhall hosted by Anderson Cooper with former President Barack Obama to discuss the Second Amendment.
  • Kim Kardashian Kim Kardashian
    Kimberly Kardashian West is an American reality television personality, socialite, actress, businesswoman and model. Kardashian first gained media attention as a friend and stylist of Paris Hilton, but received wider notice after a 2003 sex tape with her former boyfriend Ray J was leaked in 2007.
  • Kincardineshire Kincardineshire
    Kincardineshire, also known as the Mearns, is a historic county, registration county and lieutenancy area on the coast of northeast Scotland. It is bounded by Aberdeenshire on the north and west, and by Angus on the south.
  • Linda Pugach
    Burton N. "Burt" Pugach is a New York based lawyer who spent 14 years in prison for hiring men to throw lye in the face of his former girlfriend Linda Eleanor Riss.
  • Malice Green Malice Green
    Malice Green was a resident of Detroit, Michigan who died after being assaulted by Detroit police officers Walter Budzyn and Larry Nevers on November 5, 1992. Both officers were later convicted for Green's death. The official cause of death was ruled to be due to blunt force trauma to his head.
  • Marwencol Marwencol
    Marwencol is a 2010 American documentary film that explores the life and work of artist and photographer Mark Hogancamp. It is the debut feature of director-editor Jeff Malmberg.
  • Mary Jo Buttafuoco Mary Jo Buttafuoco
    Mary Jo Buttafuoco is an American author and motivational speaker. In 1992 she was shot in the face by her husband's mistress, Amy Fisher.
  • Monica Seles Monica Seles
    Monica Seles is a Yugoslav-born American former world no. 1 professional tennis player and a member of the International Tennis Hall of Fame. An ethnic Hungarian, she was born and raised in Novi Sad, SFR Yugoslavia.
  • Murder of Joe Campos Torres Murder of Joe Campos Torres
    José Campos Torres was a 23-year-old Mexican-American and Vietnam veteran who was ruthlessly beaten by several White Houston Police Department officers that subsequently lead to his death.
  • Nancy Kerrigan Nancy Kerrigan
    Nancy Ann Kerrigan is a former American figure skater. She won bronze medals at the 1991 World Championships and a silver medal at the 1994 Winter Olympics, 1992 World Championships, before becoming the 1993 US National Champion.
  • Pamela Anderson Pamela Anderson
    Pamela Denise Anderson is a Canadian American actress and model. Anderson is best known for her roles on the television series Home Improvement, Baywatch and V.I.P. after rising to fame as Playmate of the Month for Playboy magazine in February 1990.
  • Quentin Tarantino Quentin Tarantino
    Quentin Jerome Tarantino is an American film director, writer, and actor.
  • Richard Costello Richard Costello
    Captain Richard Barry Costello is a 34-year Philadelphia police veteran and the former President of the Philadelphia Lodge of the FOP. In 2008, he unsuccessfully challenged incumbent John Perzel in Pennsylvania's 172nd Legislative District in Northeast Philadelphia.
  • Rodney King Rodney King
    Rodney Glen King was a taxi driver who became internationally known after a tape was released of him being beaten on March 3, 1991, by Los Angeles Police Department officers following a high-speed car chase.
  • Rupert Murdoch Rupert Murdoch
    Keith Rupert Murdoch, is an Australian-born American media mogul. His father, Sir Keith Murdoch, had been a reporter, editor, and senior executive of the Herald and Weekly Times newspaper publishing company, covering all Australian states except New South Wales.
  • September 11th Victim Compensation Fund September 11th Victim Compensation Fund
    The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund was created by an Act of Congress, the Air Transportation Safety and System Stabilization Act, shortly after 9/11 to compensate the victims of the attack in exchange for their agreement not to sue the airline corporations involved.
  • Sheila White (abolitionist)
    Sheila White is an African-American abolitionist and a former human trafficking victim from The Bronx, New York City.
  • Steve Smith (wide receiver, born 1985) Steve Smith (wide receiver, born 1985)
    Steven Smith is a former American football wide receiver in the National Football League. He played college football for the University of Southern California, and earned All-American honors.
  • Thalia Massie
    Thalia Fortescue Massie was a member of a socially prominent family who became the genesis of a series of heavily publicized trials in Hawaii.

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