We see that Yunior didn’t work for his things, he would just steal them, and when he would buy things the money used was made selling drugs. He was living a dangerous style of life. He tells of the time that him and Beto were caught for stealing. He then tells us that he spends his nights drinking with his friends, at a bar with other washouts. He tells us that he drinks too much, and when the bar starts to get rough he heads home.
Alfred Bello had a partner and he had a rap for the corps Him and Arthur Dexter Bradley were just out prowling around He said "I saw two men running out they looked like middleweights They jumped into a white car with out-of-state plates" And Miss Patty Valentine just nodded her head Cop said "Wait a minute boys this one's not dead" So they took him to the infirmary And though this man could hardly see They told him that he could identify the guilty men. Four in the morning and they haul Rubin in Take him to the hospital and they bring him upstairs The wounded man looks up through his one dying eye Says "Wha'd you bring him in here for ? He ain't the guy !" Yes here comes the story of the Hurricane The man the authorities came to blame For something that he never done Put in a prison cell but one time he could-a
That made Daniel furious so he hurled the bowl at the Romans face and dashed away but while he was running he got nicked with a spear and hid in house for a while. He knew he had to get to Joel’s otherwise he would not live. When he got to Joel’s he passed out and they hid him for weeks and then when he got better he told Joel about being a spy. Secretly he pretended not to be able to walk but practiced it when Joel and Thacia were not around and one night when he thought he was good enough he left and made it back to the base of the mountain. From there Samson carried him up the hill
With farming duties to uphold, Clyde quit school after he graduated only the fifth grade (Rosa “The Story of Bonnie and Clyde”). After years of no farming luck, Clyde’s family packed up and moved to West Dallas, which was where Clyde’s criminal background started to unfold. Stealing turkeys with his brothers, Clyde soon created an unhappy relationship with police officers and was arrested three times for investigation of stolen cars but was let go. At age twenty, Clyde hitchhiked and found himself driven around with a car-full of criminal, it seemed he would never run away from breaking the law, even if he wanted to. When everyone in the car were taken into custody, Clyde explained he was merely a hitchhiker and it was the last time he would be legally let go.
When Hardwick had failed to show up for the citation hearing , Torick issued a warrant for Hardwick’s arrest. Torick proceeded to serve the arrest but Hardwick was not home. Once Hardwick came home and had realized that Torick had been at his house, he immediately went to pay the citation off, but once he arrived , the clerk had said that the warrant had to be processed for 48 hours before anything could actually happen. Weeks later once the warrant was surely processed by Torick, he intended to go arrest Hardwick at his home. Upon entering his house, he notices a “friend” of Hardwick’s sleeping off a hangover on the couch.
His first victim was in 1965, when he killed a women using alcohol poisoning. He use to pay these women to drink with him and bring them back to a hotel. He use to make them drink until they would pass out and that was when he forced more alcohol down their throat and rape them. Paul's criminal record did not start with him murdering women. At sixteen, he dropped out of high school and at that time, he already had an drinking problem.
It want be long till they die. The sun started to came up the warden said to mom tell the boys that if they keep their mouth shut they get the day of. The warden saw a car coming it was Stanley lawyer. Stanley lawyer got there and was shock she said if anything happens to him you would of wish u weren’t here. Stanley and zero got out of the hole the warden tried to grap the chest but zero pulled away and said its Stanley.
Now that their father was dead, all the brothers were scared that Joseph will pay them back for all the wrong they had done to him. When Joseph received this message, he reassured them that he wouldn’t do such a thing. Joseph lived to be 110; he lived to see three generations of his youngest son, Ephraim. Before he died, his brothers were told that God would help them out of Egypt and when they do, his bones better go! After Joseph’s death, the Egyptians embalmed him and he was placed in a coffin.
“Good by mr wigin tell them im strong tell them im a man”(234). Jefferson was at the wrong place at the wrong time when two other black men tried to rob a white man’s liquor store. After the death of these men, instead of calling 911 he steals some money out the register and a bottle of wine off shelf. After Jefferson has been sentenced to death by execution, his godmother, Miss Emma, requests that Grant Wiggins teaches him to be a man before he dies instead of allowing him to die as a hog-which is what Jefferson’s defense attorney refers to him as. Although Grant initially doesn’t want to help Jefferson, he gradually changes throughout this book and accomplishes his goal of transforming him into a man.
But for now, while he is carrying out his plan, he doesn’t even think about what all his friends and family will go through when they hear about his death. Huck is just concerned about completing his plan and imagines how impressed Tom would be. After his escape, Huck heads down the Mississippi River and happily encounters Jim, Miss Watson's slave. Huck comes to know that Jim also ran away, so they unite and set off for Cairo in Illinois, a free northern state where Jim plans to be free. This is the first time that Huck acts against his upbringing but he doesn’t fully realize it at this point.