The Donald (Dax) Cowart case gave me more of an awareness of how important a patient’s rights are. This case established why listening to the patient is significant and how violating their right to refuse treatment can impact their future. Dax was severely burned and he would have died if he was not treated. The treatments were excruciating and Dax just really wanted to die. Instead of allowing him to refuse treatment and end his life the doctors told him they were going to treat him so he can have a future.
Not to mention when Danforth is asking if letting Proctor’s wife live longer, then will he drop the case. Proctor declines this agreement and seeks to free those he deems are falsely accused. As can be seen Proctor is a selfless man who will sacrifice what he loves for the betterment of others. Months of torture didn’t break Proctor’s will, and this is shown in great detail as John tears up his confession. As soon as Proctor is given the chance to live and abandon his friends, he is unsure.
Who weeps for these weeps for corruption” (Miller 1333). Although some believe that Proctor is doing the right thing, he ultimately dies because of Judge Danforth’s ignorance. He feels that he must kill Proctor and all of those accused of witchcraft to prevent an overthrow of the courts due to a lack of consistency. He shows no remorse, which verifies Proctor’s heroic life and portrays Danforth as a villain. Overall, Proctor’s death wraps up a truly heroic life for a man that had several
Damien was found guilty and was sentenced life in prison. As time progressed Damien was actually found innocent and took the alfred plea that made him still have it on his record, but he was free. Although he was free,and he had taken the plea he was still getting threats saying he should die and people were coming for him. That is just cruel because there is no reason to kill the guy because he's out of jail. In the book Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck there were many killings that were not necessary.
Today in the news we have many new accusations that have come up and lots of new evidence. Some very substantial accusations were made against John proctor and this quiet, peaceful farmer is starting to appear to be more devious and menacing than originally believed. As Proctor entered the court Pariss immediately voiced his concerns about what Proctor being a true Christian. When proctor proclamed he was a devout Gospel Christian Paris proclamed, “Such a Christian that will not come to church but once in a month!“. When Cheever stated that Proctor plows on sundays Giles supported john by stating, “You’ll find other Christians that do plow on Sunday if the truth be Known.“.
Like in the beginning of the book when they brought Jennifer Thompson in to see if she could identify the person that raped her she pick all of the clues that lead to Ronald Cotton and once she was dead set on him being the person that raped her, she did everything in her power to make sure that he was put in jail. Because in the book she said “Put a man in a cage with beasts and throw away the key, its usually not very long before the man is a beast himself”. Even when Ronald Cotton was in court and brought that guy that looked just like the picture that Jennifer Thompson drew, but had similar characteristics to Cotton. But since she was dead set on Ronald Cotton being the guy that raped her, she was oblivious to the fact that the other guy was the one who raped her
Rendering plants are where animal byproducts are processed to separate the fat and protein from the bone. It is a puzzling thought as to how anyone could commit such sinister murders, but Pickton seemed to do it with ease. There is no information held within his childhood that can precisely determine why he committed these crimes or what his motive exactly was. The only information found was that he had a below-average IQ, but that cannot be the explanation as to why he committed these crimes. This ultimately means there is nothing that could have 'predisposed ' him to commit the crimes he did.
Finally the county prosecutor, Villefort, wanted to protect his name after he learned Dantes was supposed to deliver a letter to Villefort’s father, Noirtier, who was a supporter of Napoleon Bonaparte. These men framed Dantes, for being a Bonapartist, and sent him to the Chateau d’If. Here, Dantes almost went insane and found Abbé Faria, who became Dantes’s mentor and told him who betrayed him. Dantes promised that he would get back at the men who framed him after he escaped jail. After Edmond Dantes was falsely imprisoned, his thirst for vengeance against those that conspired to put him in jail caused him to become the cold and ruthless Count of Monte Cristo.
John Proctor shows he is a tragic hero by increasing awareness, his punishment exceeds the crime, and he was given a free choice. Initially, most of the reasons John Proctor died, is because of Abigail. She caused a great deal of problems for him, and his wife, Elizabeth. In the play, ‘Hero [Proctor] has increased awareness’, meaning he realized what was happening before he was executed. While John Proctor was in trial with Mary, Abigail, and the rest of the girls, he realizes they, especially Abigail, was faking being cursed by witches.
His refusal of weapons’ usage created contentious relationship with officers and fellow soldier; Doss even fell for tribunal, but was saved by his father, who participated in the Great War. The character went to war and proved the soldier, or a military medic in this case, can be useful even without a gun. Desmond saved dozens of