Ricky was shot by a local rival gang, we, the audience don't know the name of the person who shot him, this tells us that the person who shot the gun isn't very important, which also tells us that anyone can murder anyone in this society. The director John Singleton uses camera, editing and soundtrack to emphasise the importance of this scene. The film “Boyz in the Hood” naturally shows this is the key scene as it also is the turning point of the film. Firstly, the way the director controls the camera is interesting. The camera helps build suspense when the main character Tre and Ricky start walking apart and Tre keeps on looking back to watchout for Ricky.
He has an alibi as being a strong supporter of Kennedy and murdered Oswald out of frustration and rage, but we cannot rule out other possibilities. He could have been working with Oswald and after realizing he was caught he murdered him to keep him quiet. The question about that is that he left his wife and dog in the car while he went about doing the deed, which gives him a chance of sudden motivation to kill Oswald without previous
George also did everything he could to kill Lennie in the most humane way possible. Lastly George knew couldn’t just run with Lennie like they did after Weed. But by no means was this an easy choice you can tell that George was troubled when asked how he killed Lennie…“ ‘I just done it,’ George said tiredly” (Steinbeck p.107). The first and most prominent reason that George shot Lennie him self was the fact that George would not have been able to live with himself if he had not done it. The thing that you have to understand about Lennie is that he has a mental disability.
Activity 1 Derrick Bird committed Mass Murder through Cumbria on 2nd June 2010. From the evidence it seems as if the reason for this spree was money related, his father had recently deceased and he wanted everything in his will killing his brother and his lawyer. He was also going through a tax investigation at the time. His motive seems to be personal at first mixed with financial and then turns into a mental disturbance as he kills those at random. His first 3 victims experienced high levels of risk as he specifically targeted them and the rest were of low risk as they had not done wrong or even know Bird.
It is supported through murder of Mr. Were where the judge of the case accused the state of trying to cover up the murder by “cover up the DNA test results”( Judge Accuses State of Cover-Up in Were Murder) Also in the case of James (Whitey) Bulger was a big time crime lord but by being an “informant….government did not vigorously pursue during his trial” (Seelye, Katharine Q) Both of the stories had ways where their connections that allowed them to not be prosecuted for a certain period of time. Though in the Bulger case his connections in the CIA granted him immunity ran out as, he was then charged with all the murders that he committed over 50 years ago. Money and connections can only get you so far. The president used his connections to not be prosecuted what he thought was indefinitely was soon found out by Elise.
While assuming JIB to be true, Shelton wages war on the government and by extension those who support it. He views this as a last resort, since he watched all the other non-violent options fail him. Thus this war can be justified. Shelton is justified in his actions because he is redressing a wrong suffered, and his intentions are to rid the corruptness from the judicial system. The people that Shelton killed are considered combatants because they support they governmental system and work with it.
Coming back to clear the town from bad guys and risking his life for people that even don’t want his help is not foolishness, it’s heroism. It’s just different kind of hero than Wayne. Taking justice in his hands and killing the bad guys is still heroism (recall Odysseus). Wayne is an obvious hero during the entire movie. Cooper is a hero as well, but nobody sees that until he has finished shooting and the end of the movie.
Shakes agrees in helping him and with the help of Father Bobby and Little Caesar(Rizzo’s older brother) they successfully do what they set out to; let Tommy and John free, take down guards Henry Addison, Adam Styler and Ralph Ferguson and unveil the cruelty in Wilkinson’s. Henry was easily killed by Little Caesar men, in revenge of his brother Rizzo. Adam was arrested for drug abuse and illegal trafficking, and Ralph (a married man at the time) confesses in court about the beatings and violations him and his friends committed while working in Wilkinson Home for Boys. The jury finds Tommy and John not
Twelve people dead and fifty-eight wounded at the Century movie theater in Aurora this weekend for the finale to Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy. Revenge is easily understood when an incident such as the Aurora movie theater massacre occurs. Emotions from people are boiling and rampant. Revenge is one action from emotions that might be considered by family, friends, and certain political activist groups around the nation. As a result of James Holmes’s actions victims are hurting because of his violence, those victims dead or alive were innocent to this mans crimes and the primary suspect remains alive.
Someone caught a glimpse him and the cars emptied out in front of him. Frank's body was riddled with bullets in a matter of seconds.The police called it self defense, since Frank, seeing the police coming at him with guns out, had drawn his own revolver, so the police never got in any trouble. Al was enraged and escalated the violence by kidnapping officials and stealing ballot boxes. One official was murdered. When it was all over, Capone had won his victory for Cicero, but at a price that would haunt him for the rest of his life.