Because of everything that Richard watched his father do, he began to experience hatred towards him, wanting to murder his father throughout the remainder of his life. Due to this anger, Richard Kuklinski began taking out all his frustration against those around him. By the age of ten, Richard began showing his anger through acts of violence towards the priests and nuns at the school he attended. Once he reached thirteen, he had begun killing harmless animals. These outbursts were stepping stools to Richard Kuklinski becoming a mass serial murderer and a paid hit man.
It is survival of the fittest. This guy named John lost his daughter because she got killed by one of the infected. He is lost without his daughter. He has a brother named Tommy but he lives somewhere else in the United States so John doesn’t know if he is even alive. One day John and his friend Marline go to pick up a shipment of guns but they find out that someone sold the guns got sold to a group of people called the bandits.
Another difference between novel and film is the fight scene between Shane and Joe. The argument between Starrett and Shane about who will ride into town for the showdown with Ryker and Wilson ends with the same blow of Shane's pistol to Joe's head but not before the two have a huge fight filmed memorably between the legs of frightened horses. If you remember. Stevens has set this up early in the film when Joey asks his dad if he could lick Shane. Now Joey yells out his anger at Shane for cheating by using his gun.
For example some kids would want to commit suicide because they were spreading horrible rumors about them, or some kids are bullying the kid horribly. This happen at in the high school of Ohio, where a kid named Eric Mohat killed himself. He was 17 years old and he was physically harassed everyday at school, in front of teacher and they never really cared whatever happens to him. One day a kid said to him publicly in front of the class “why don’t you just go shoot yourself, no one would care” So he did. This is similar towards Matt’s situation because he was accused for bombing the school and many kids would torture him.
He spends time in prison and involves himself in drug dealing. Eventually, Doughboy participates in gang-related violence and in the end is murdered by another gang. His mother favors his brother Ricky more, and doesn’t have a father figure to support him in a positive way. All of these factors show why Doughboy is the way he is. Ricky Baker was the maternal half-brother of Doughboy and all-star football player at Crenshaw High School.
This is an example of Irony, because Miss Giates is saying she doesn't like Hitler when she acts similar to him. Scout learns that not everyone can be as they seem. Another way that Scout learns that people don't appear to always be what they seem is when Atticus shoots the rabid dog that terrorizes the town. After Heck Tate hesitates to shoot the dog, Atticus takes over and shoots one shot and kills the rabid dog. At first Scout thought her dad (Atticus) was to old to do anything, until Atticus shoots the dog.
The parents of the runaway hunted Mr. Sneed down and shot him to his death. The parents had gone to the local police station and also tried to get help from local newspapers but no one would help. The parents would not wait on a trail but took the situation in their own hands. The parents had hired local gang members to kill Mr. Sneed but the gang members were unsuccessful. Prosecutors say Gilton shot Sneed with a .40-caliber handgun on Meade and LeConte avenues, causing the gang member to crash his car
I didn’t want to do that not filling comfortable at all, but I knew what those guys are about so that made me a mouse stuck in a trap. I went to do the job and stuck this guy up for $20,000. After that I grabbed the money and ran to my jeep, and the man driving my vehicle took off speeding. The dealer, little to our knowledge was behind us and kept rear ending my car. I had a .45 caliber 1911 military issued hand gun on me, in got mad and loaded the weapon and let off four shot aiming toward the dealer in rage of him hitting my jeep.
Going back to Goetz case we find out why he ended up shooting at the four muggers that tried to robbed him. He was abused by his father. “His father was a strict disciplinarian with a harsh temper, and Goetz was often the focus of his father’s rage.”(158) in school he was also teased by other students, he was always the last one to be picked for school games. He was a lonely boy. “The only way we are going to clean up this street is to get rid of the spics and niggers.” (158).
He was later convicted of killing a thirteen year old boy. Then there is Freddie whose life consisted of violence like shooting a girl with a BB gun hitting a rival gang member in the head with a hammer and selling crack. The Juvenile Court judge said that his mother could not control him and he was placed in the Audy House. The list goes on and on so that after a while the faces become blurred for the people working at the Audy House. While dealing with Chicago's Juvenile Court system, Ayers always has to compare the contrast to his own children lives .His son who had just turned sixteen,has opened birthday cards and presents,basketball, video games,gift certificates,clothes and a trip to get his drivers license.