When Huck gets a bad feeling (in the superstitious sense), he signs all his money over to Judge Thatcher. Shortly after, his drunk and abusive father shows up back in town. Until now, everyone thought Huck’s dad was dead, but that is sadly not the case. Anyway, he demands money from Huck, who’s all, "Oh, man, too bad you didn’t get here yesterday." Enraged and abusive, Dad threatens Huck for a bit and finally kidnaps him so they can both live in filthy poverty by the river.
Still others asserted that he made no advances at all, that he whistled habitually to control a speech defect. A Brutal Murder Roy Bryant considered his wife's honor tainted by the incident. Several nights after the episode, Bryant, his half brother J. W. Milam, and possibly other accomplices kidnapped Till from his relatives' home in the middle of the night. The two men beat him severely and, apparently enraged that he had a picture of a white woman in his wallet, shot Till and threw him in a nearby river. Several days later the body was found, and Bryant and Milam were charged with murder.
The film Road to Perdition shows what life is like during the Great Depression. The film stars Tom Hanks as Michael Sullivan Sr., a mafia enforcer to mafia boss John Rooney. Sullivan Sr. has unsurpassed loyalty and has done terrible things in order to provide for his family and keep a close relationship with Mr. Rooney which makes his son, Connor Rooney jealous. One night, as Sullivan Sr. is performing a task for Mr. Rooney, Sullivan Jr. hides in his car and witnesses his father and Connor Rooney murder a couple of people. In order to keep him silent, Mr. Rooney orders his son, Connor Rooney, to murder Sullivan Sr.’s family.
His opinions stayed strong threw the whole story until the end when he revealed is true feelings about his teenaged son who causes him to be hateful and opinionated about everything. He used every bit of evidence to prove he was guilty but a lot of the other jurors did not change their minds about the defendant being guilty or not guilty. Juror #3 is very rude and everyone knows it, he expresses himself as a loud mouth who has no manners. He loud mouths all the jurors and causes them to think negatively towards him. He also picks fights with all the other jurors, he even threatened to kill juror #8 after he called him a sadist.
Zar Mohammad has earned a considerable sum of money and embarks on trading but he is ripped out of his money by the governor. Bitterly despaired by the delay or absence of justice, he takes a gun and kills his enemies one by one. After the killing of the frauds, he is dubbed Shir Mohammad (lion-hearted Mohammad) by the villagers. The theme of justice and revenge fills the entire ambience of the novel. Once the law is too slow to mete out justice to the ones who deserve it, anarchy will prevail with the consequence that people will decide their own fate and exercise justice in the light of their own definition of the concept.
Atticus Finch is ridiculed by the townspeople for being a moral human being and sticking to his beliefs in defending an innocent colored man. As explained by Lee through her characters Tom Robinson, Boo Radley and Atticus Finch, the mockingbird is a symbolic representation of innocence, purity and virtue. To begin, the community of Maycomb basically indirectly murdered Tom Robinson. Despite the fact the man was helpful and kind - especially toward Mayella, who charged him of raping her - Tom was sent to trial and then found guilty even after Atticus Finch had verified his guiltlessness. His responsibility was all based on the color of his skin, not his true moral character.
Candy came shufflin’ back into my place scratchin’ his stump and tells me things I didn’t want to here. ‘ He’s dead Crooks they killed him. He didn’t know what he was doing poor little sod and now George has gone and shot him I thought they were friends Crooks I really did and I thought George was better than that Lennie even ‘ad Carlton’s gun an’ George just took it off him like a lamb. Anyways I’d better be off’ And Candy left me in deep
What’s the law? It’s only someone’s opinion” (283). Martyn Pig killed and covered up dad’s death with no remorse, he was also blackmailing Dean, and he lied to Alex, copes, social worker, Dean, and Aunty Jean. Even though Martyn’s father was a violent drunk, he is a villain because he covered up his father’s death and he lied to everyone especially the police. To begin with, Martyn Pig killed and covered up dad’s death with no remorse, Martyn Pig claims that it was just an accident.
Brom Bones is possessive of Katrina Van Tassel in both versions. In the book, Bones throws Ichabod Crane out after he proposes to Katrina. Similarly, in the movie, Bones threatens to kill Ichabod like he did Palmer. In both the movie and the book, a jealous Brom Bones pretends to be the Headless Horseman in order to drive Ichabod out of Sleepy Hollow. Another point of similarity is the humor.
As the famous saying says “Assumed guilty until proven innocent”, this is the case for Boo Radley. Nobody really knew Boo but everyone judged him and said bad stuff about him just because he was different. Mr. Ewell tries to kill Scout and Jem near the end of the book. He breaks Jem’s arm but then Boo Killed Mr. Ewell and saved Scout and Jem’s life. "Atticus was right.