He thinks that he has been done wrong by being put on trial for committing murder when he feels he is innocent. Because he is so upset about this treatment, he might be making the fundamental attribution error and attributing the people’s false suspicion to internal reasons, which connects to why he might genuinely believe they are “worthless lives”. His inability to control his anger could also
That took a big turn when he was proven wrong by Valjean when he didn’t take revenge on him and set him free because it went against all of his beliefs that’s why Javert told Valjean to “take your revenge” (pg. 264). because he knew he couldn’t live knowing he was set free by a criminal let alone the one he had spent most of his life trying to catch. After Valjean let Javert go he couldn’t understand why someone he thought was so bad would do something so nice for someone who could easily be considered an enemy in the eyes of a criminal like valjean. These thoughts ate and ate at him, they made him question if he had wasted his whole life doing the wrong thing.
In return, the Daemon seeks revenge by killing Victor 's family. Both characters have parallel motivations as they initially wanted the validation of their creator, and then they desired to hurt their creator. They felt neglected and miserable. Both characters do accomplish their purpose, but not in the way they wanted it. The Daemon kills Victor’s family, but he is saddened that he caused his creator’s life to become
Fascinated by optical density, he experimented and achieved the ability to be invisible. Instead of putting his proficiency and ability to the service of mankind, he used it to harass and trouble people for his selfish desires. Along the way, he robbed his father and was unaffected or moved by his death. He ignored all ethics and morality. He became a nuisance; troubling and threatening for the people of Iping, forcing Marvel to become his accomplice and killing brutally.
When Hadley assaults the newcomer on the first day and kills him and when he also kills Tommy makes the viewers wonder who should be behind the bars and who should be out. Also when Hadley had Andy’s life in his hand, when he held over the edge of the roof or when he paralysed the leader of the ‘Sisters’ gang. A question comes into one’s mind, why does a facility made to change the habits of criminals allow their guards and their Warden to exhibit those very habits they try to change? For a man who presents himself as a follower of God, Warden Norton shows us little to none of the qualities a man of God should have. Also how Brooks didn’t want to be released from prison and how while he was free he thought of breaking his parole to go back into prison.
The reality he and the other prisoners had their backs turned to. The escaped prisoner realized his life was a lie and that the shadows and the voices he thought were coming from them were a great big lie. Through this Plato teaches the reader that perception is not always reality especially when that perception isn’t their own discovery rather another's forced ideas. In relation to today, the stereotypes of race, culture, and gender in the American media have played the role of the shadows that cause discrimination and judgement towards to innocent people. Gun violence and mass shooting terrorist attacks have
After being found guilty on 13 counts of murder, 5 attempted murders, 11 sexual assaults and 14 burglaries, he was sentenced to death. He replied, “Big deal”. Richard Ramirez was sent to death row at the age of 30 and died there 23 years later in 2013. 6 The Fall River Cult centrosangiorgio.com Carl Drew was a pimp and leader of his own Satanic group. He used the power he held over his prostitutes to force them to participate in rituals and if they displeased him he used them as human sacrifices.
After the abolishment of apartheid in 1994 De Kock was sentenced for two life times plus 212 years: for the torture and murder of anyone who fought for their basic human rights-freedom. Specifically, he was involved with “the killing of forty nine people” from 1983 to 1993, he kidnapped innocent victims tortured and poisoned them to obtain information of people who were anti-apartheid activist to only end up murdered. Life nor death meaning nothing, he burned or blew up his victims bodies to obliterate any evidence. Thus creates a never ending grieving journey for family members who notice a loved one that
Therefore, this scene is a big reflector for the society and corruption. Also, in Hard Boiled, one of the main characters says that everything ends except war. Moreover, the movies includes harsh justice criticism because event the protagonist is a policeman, he does not obey the authority and he defends that killing a person for revenge will secure the justice. For example, authorities criticized the policeman in The Killer for that. Nevertheless he killed the antagonist at the end of the movie and got his revenge.
In a case before the Calcutta High Court , where a teenager boy committed suicide over the matter of his failed relationship and negligence on the part of his parents, the Court is of opinion that, on the verge of adolescence, it is depressing to deal with the failed relationship, where it is normal to expect love, care and support from the parents and family. The victim was beaten up by some goons after he tried to convince the girl to save the relationship, which made him feel scared and hopeless. His parents knew about his failed relationship before the assault happened, and he also informed them about the assault which he faced not only to his parents, but 8-9 more members of his extended family. When he was already suffering from depression and