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We turn to the police to solve our issues at any given time and there should be no excuses on why they can’t. As the citizen of the U.S I believe the police were responsible for the traumatic events that these innocent boys had to face due to the manipulative remarks, racial profiling and the lack of effort. The teenage boys were from age 14-16, just by looking upon the fear in their eyes the police took this as an advantage. The boys were videotaped during their confessionals one by one. Since, they were under-age some of the boy’s parents were present during the interrogation.
Kip Kinkel: Examination of a Teen Killer This essay discusses the reason why a fourteen year old male would want to kill. There are many Psychological, Sociological, and Anthropological reasons as to why he would. With Kip Kinkel’s shocking behaviour and actions, psychologists are trying to look at the facts and figure out what was going on in Kinkel’s head at the time of the shooting and previously. Kinkel had a history of psychological problems. He had anger management issues at home, school and elsewhere because of his relationship between him and his father.
What comes to mind when you think of the word “traitor”? To many people the man Benedict Arnold is the first to mind. I read the book The Man in the Mirror: A Life of Benedict Arnold by Clare Brandt. Born in 1971, he was one of two of his mother’s eleven children to survive into adulthood. While volunteering to serve for his country he fought with skill and courage in many campaigns during the American Revolution, not many people know that the description above is for the man Benedict Arnold, who is best known for betraying his country.
In this story, A Long Way Gone by Ishmael Beah, a young boy goes through what no one should ever go through; a civil war where he loses everything he ever knows and becomes a child soldier. I’m glad to say I can’t relate to the pain and suffering he went through very well; but I can say that it shed new light on the world that I am not personally familiar with--power-crazed war criminals that take advantage of innocent boys. Ishmael Beah’s story inspired me to look back at my life, to compare and contrast our upbringings, and to use his journey as reassurance that no matter how tough things get, there is always hope. In my life, I have not faced horrors as someone like Ishmael Beah has faced, but we aren’t as different as I first thought. When I was 10 years old (around the same time age he was in the beginning), I went into Boston with my family to see a parade.
Atticus: The fact that one of his relatives tried to acquit really surprised me, especially after seeing Mr. Cunningham outside of the jail in that mob. Scout: I knew that he didn’t really want to be there, he was just doing what everybody else was doing. Bringing up his son seemed to really bring him to his senses. Atticus: You have to remember scout that Mr. Cunningham is a person too, with a family and a role in this town as a farmer. Being in a mob can make people act differently, and I think your innocence definitely made him stop and think.
Throughout my essay I will be explaining how Mr Cairney abuses the power that he has and how he demonstrates it to us. In the opening of the short story ‘Dear Mr Cairney’ what interested me most was the fact that he was a bully. In the text the past pupil mentions that he could tell Mr Cairney did not like him. This is shown when Cairney tells him to stand up in front of the class for quarter of an hour although there were others talking. “but the first morning you came it was me you told to stand up even though there were several of us talking.” This made me think about how little Mr Cairney knew his past pupil upon arrival and how he addresses him, using his last name as a form of bullying.