(Aldrich, Ian) Chris may mainly be remembered for shooting an enemy from an unbelievable 2,100 yards away, or a call he made when an unaware child was holding a weapon that threatend his people, but in all honesty, he should be remembered for the strength, nobility, and bravery he showed, not his stats. I am so grateful to those who go out and risk their life everyday so that I and others can be peacefully oblivious to the horror
When he finds out who scorpia is he joins them because he is being lied to, and he is told that his dad was a part of Scorpia, but he actually was not. Scorpia just wants to kill him because they knew he could be a threat to them if he ever started working for m16, a cooperation that was on the good side, unlike Scorpia. As the story goes on, Alex finds out Scorpia
They were willing to put that much money on his head because he was so deadly and they were scared of him and his abilities. He was never worried about himself and put his life on the line many times to save people who had been wounded. Chris had 160 confirmed kills in his four tours in Iraq which is more than any other military sniper. He earned a bronze and a silver star for his efforts overseas. Chris was so deadly with the sniper that he was nicknamed “The Devil Of Ramadi”.
He must do everything for Lennie. “You never had none you crazy bastard. I got both of ‘em here. Think I’d let you carry your own work card?” He even told people what his name was so that Lennie did not mess anything up. If also took an emotional toll because he killed his best friend so Lennie did not cause anymore trouble like he did when he killed Curley’s wife.
Despite all the odds, Macbeth and Henthorne both manage to defend their innocence by staging accidents. As time went by, their undiscovered crimes only made them more confident. Macbeth went on to kill more people, seemingly not affected by guilt anymore. Like Macbeth, Henthorne also believed himself to be indivisible. After getting away with the murder of his first wife, Ben Henthorne staged the death of his second wife, only a decade later.
According to the film and book “American Sniper", Chris only felt bad about the lives he couldn 't save, not the ones he did. He had no problem killing the enemy but could not bear to see his fellow servicemen be killed. Many marines look up to him as a savior because he was their only protection when walking down hostile streets. Enemy soldiers would hide and ambush so Kyle would prevent them from ambushing. He has had confirmed kills from over a mile away that most natural men wouldn’t be able to do.
As the book progresses, more and more incidents occur. Although Lennie knows his role, To stay quiet and not get into trouble, He is no longer capable of doing that basic task. So his caretaker and life long friend, George, is asked to do an unspeakable deed, to euthanize Lennie. Euthanasia is killing someone who is ill to prevent any further suffering. George has very good intentions when killing Lennie which, is why he was allowed to kill him.
The fear of death got so intense that men ultimately thought death was the only way to escape. Death wasn’t only feared in a scared way, sometimes it was in a way that made men evil, Mitchell Sanders tells Alpha Company a story of a man who fled from his platoon to go and sleep with a Red Cross nurse only to return days later, excited more than ever about being back in combat because everything else was to peaceful and he wanted to hurt people again. Nightmares are feared by many people in society today but we have a way to escape and still live our lives. What happens when you live in your nightmare like every man in Vietnam did, not knowing when or how death was going to come for you, and knowing the only way of escaping that hell was to kill whatever stood in your way, to be wounded severely, or to give up life
This was very well depicted on paragraph 17 “the cloud of fear scattered from his mind and he laughed.’’ Many do not think of snipers as brave because they “shoot their opponent when their back is turned.” But, if you are able to go through the previous experiences without going completely crazy, you are considered very brave to me. 2) After he killed the enemy sniper, he was curious to see who he had killed. This is very well depicted in the sentence “he felt a sudden curiosity as to the identity of the
Christians are hated just for a simple believe, everyone believes in something, yet we are letting this minority get murdered at the hands of an enemy. Many might not think of the shooter as an enemy, but he is; he killed people, people that are just like you and your brother or sister. This man slaughter someone’s child, best friend, sibling, classmate, etc. There is not a difference of this killing to 9/11 other than the number of deaths, yet the Americans fought for that to stop. What makes these lives less important?
The intelligent and strategic sniper has to protect his life by killing others, and even though his brother dies because of this he was correct in his decision to kill. The sniper enjoys very much his job and is willing to fight for the republican side,“They were deep and thoughtful, the eyes of a man who is used to looking at death.” (O’flaherty, 2). This shows that the sniper is committed to the job he is required to perform. He knows he is always exposed to death and is never safe, so he always uses his critical thinking and strategic planning to get out of a dangerous situation. The sniper finds himself in a position where it’s either kill or get killed “The sniper lay still for a long time nursing his wounded arm and planning escape…
Fortunato had blindly stared Montresor in the eyes, oblivious to the flames dancing inside them. Montresor wore a mask of innocence, but behind the mask was the face of Satan, dressed with hatred, and it held no remorse for those it plotted against. The man was a monster, and wisely sported his innocent smile to hide his devilish smirk. Montresor, a savage, yet clever creature, was hungry for the suffering of his enemy, and Montresor MADE his enemies punish. He made them punish deeply, and he punished them with impunity.