In the end, nobody took a stand which allowed the hangman to hang everyone left in the town. When the hangman kept hanging more and more victims the narrator said, “No one spoke out of the fear for the hangman’s cloak” (poem). Citizens of the town were too scared to stand up for any of the victims because they didn’t want to be the next person to get hanged. At the end of the poem, when the hangman is about to hang his last victim, he said, “I did no more than you let me do”. The victim then said, “No voice there cried ‘stay’ for me in the empty square” (poem).
Wes and his brother Tony both have rough lives and grow up taking drugs and hanging out on the streets. This quote is significant because Wes has no one who believes in him or helps him to change his lifestyle. Wes can not change because no one is there for him. Wes needs someone like his brother Tony to show he believes in him. In this quote, Wes Moore, the narrator is speaking about how is life is different from the other Wes’s, although they grew up with
The Zodiac tormented the newspapers and police departments in the Bay Area and terrorized the citizens as well. Through the years of the killings, the police, were never never one step closer to finding out what happened; if anything they were always one step farther away. With all the suspects like Arthur Leigh Allen, they never found enough evidence to convict just one. For every person there was some evidence and motive to go with it, but they could never tie all the evidence to one person. Throughout the years the Zodiac killer has always been defined as one person, but with all the evidence given, there are multiple responsible for the murders.
After and argument with Nurse Ratched over the distribution of cigarettes with no help from McMurphy, Cheswick has a controversial death in the novel. Some believe it was an accident, others believe it was a suicide; either way, Cheswicks life is cut short in the novel. In the film version however, Chesick remains with us throughout the movie after the argument; instead, he is sent to the disturbed ward along side McMurphy and Bromden. The producers I believe did not see the need for Cheswick’s death in the film version and even gave him a bigger part than he had in the original nove. Perhaps, the producers though Cheswick was a more influential character alive rather than dead.
The lack of description in his death is Hugo proving his worthlessness. He did not deserve a grand death such as Enjalras and Courfeyrac who, in the movie, died in a glorious standoff, waving the rebel flag. The day after the battle, the ladies of the streets reflect on how useless the fight was, and what a pity it was that so many men gave their lives, because even after the battle, "Nothing changes nothing ever will" (Turning). If grown men could not make a difference in their society, how could a young boy stand up fearlessly against an entire army? His death was manipulated to add depth to the story; to give the
For instance, OJ’s son, Jason, was never brought in as a suspect. Jason had a history of being abusive towards his girlfriends. He also had intermittent rage disorder and was required to take medicine. It was discovered that he was not taking this medication at the time of the murder. Also, Nicole was supposed to go to the restaurant that Jason worked at on the night she was murdered.
They both met at a time and place, although in the Outsiders one gang won and they were not allowed to use weapons, but in West Side Story both gangs lost because both their group leaders died. They were also not able to finish the fight because the police came, and they did not agree to anything, so someone randomly pulled out a switchblade. A lot of the scenes were similar, but in each movie, they also had something unique about each
Jeffrey Dahmer Sallie Hazelwood 5th hour english Jeffrey Dahmer was a notorious serial killer, who had a lot more to him than just killing. He had deeply rooted problems that led up to all the murders that absolutely no one saw coming. Jeffrey Dahmer was born May 21, 1960 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to parents Lionel and Joyce Dahmer. His parents said that Jeffrey was, well, normal as a child. They never saw any signs of him growing up to be this notorious serial killer, but then again, no parent wants to ever picture their son being a monster.
This circumstances does not help Mickey, who is not able to get a proper education and upbringing. Mickey is not able to find a job as he lives in the poor part of Liverpool, and ends up with the wrong bunch of kids and ends up being part of the crime scene. He is involved in a robbery trying to help his brother Sammy who accidentally shoots a man and escapes the scene of the robbery leaving Mickey alone. The police arrive and take him to jail. This is an important part of Mickey’s life, as this is the place where he was prescribed antidepressants, as he keeps taking them even after he comes out of jail.
At this rate, these police officers will continue to use excessive force when it is more than unnecessary. At this rate, these police officers will get to go home to their families unharmed or without any punishment while the ones they killed are gone forever, they can’t go home. At this rate, another mother will lose her daughter. At this rate, another father will lose his junior. At this rate, another child will lose his guardian all because law enforcement refuses to be color blind when it comes to race.