Alex returned to the station and joined with Jack to confront the cops who betrayed him to Vallon. Alex wanted to arrest Chief of Police because she was betraying him to Vallon too but his was shut down remotely by Mattox. Sellars used the incident to get the Dreyfus Act repealed with the help of Pat Novak. After that, Sellars ordered Mattox to destroy Robocop when he was being repaired. Dr. Norton revealed the truth and want Alex escaped from the building because it was going to lockdown.
The film starts when Dominic Toretto, Brian O’Conner and the rest of the team have returned to their country; USA after accomplishing their mission of defeating Owen Shaw and his crew and being given an amnesty of their last crimes. They are now trying to live normally. The conflict is introduced early in the film when Deacard Shaw, a scoundrel member of Special Forces bend on revenging his brother exposes the whole team to danger once more. He breaks into the hospital where Owen is being held. After revealing his identity, he engaged Hobbs in a fight, detonates a bomb that injures him and escapes.
As this plays out, Blacksad manages to shoot the ‘rat’ and the ‘goanna’, questioning the slowly dying ‘goanna’, until he eventually uncovers the name of the culprit. Ivo Statoc is the most powerful and richest businessman in the city. Natalia was shot by Statoc in cold blood (as she was not a one man kind of woman) and then Statoc went to torture Leon and then killed him in the same cold blood. This ends with a confrontation between Statoc and Blacksad. Statoc offers Blacksad a job and then money as a form of justice, of which Blacksad rejects both and shoots Statoc.
Nick. F Decisions Essay This paragraph is on the choices made by the narrator in “The Tell Tale Heart.” The narrator’s decision to kill the old man gave him negative consequences by landing him in jail and causing him to go crazy. “I made up my mind to take the life of the old man, and thus rid myself of the eye forever.” The narrator’s other decision to put the body in the floorboards gives him an unintended consequence by inviting the police into the room of the murder and causing him to snap. “First of all I dismembered the corpse. I cut off the head and the arms and the legs.
This leads us onto another deceptive act, and that is where Macbeth frames King Duncan’s guards for the murder of King Duncan. “When we have mark'd with blood those sleepy two / Of his own chamber and used their very daggers, / That they have done't?” (1.7.555-60) Macbeth marks the clothes of the guards with King Duncan’s blood and uses the guard’s daggers to kill King Duncan with. Doing that would eliminate any suspicion of him having any involvement in the crime. Macbeth knew that if he had succeeded with framing the guards, he would be let off as an innocent man. Macbeth’s greed, hunger for power, and deception lead us to the conclusion that Macbeth is solely guilty of this crime.
He says this because when someone asks Polyphemus who is hurting him he will say “nobody”. When he reaches back home, he uses his intelligence to kill the suitors. He says that he will put the dead suitors in the hall where nobody will be. He throws a party so that everyone will think that the commotion at the palace was just a party, but really he is killing the suitors. “Odysseus, master of tactics, answered briskly, ‘I and the prince will keep these brazen suitors crammed in the hall, for all their battle-fury’”(Homer 444).
To Laertes, it does not matter whether it is a lowly servant or the king who kills his father; he will exact revenge on whomever the culprit. Claudius tells Laertes that Hamlet has killed Laertes’s father, and after learning that the person who killed his father also played a part in driving his sister mad which resulted in her death, Laertes’s determination to take retribution and kill Hamlet strengthens. During the duel, in which Laertes is supposed to pierce Hamlet with a poisoned rapier, Hamlet tells Laertes that “madness is poor Hamlet’s enemy.” (5.2.253) and asks Laertes “Free me so far in your most generous thoughts / That I have shot my arrow o’er the house / And hurt my brother.” (5.2.256-258). After hearing this, Laertes’s resoluteness falters slightly and says that he is “satisfied in nature” (5.2.259), but in “terms of honor” (5.2.261), he has to kill Hamlet. Regardless, he still says “And yet it is almost against my conscience” (5.2.324).
At the height of the battle the engine room telegraph breaks, interfering with his orders. The submarine captain is lining up for another shot when they are depth charged by aircraft from the cruiser USS Los Angeles, who Tintin had successfully managed to radio. A last attempt is made to destroy the Ramona with a limpet mine, but the frogman is hit by the ship's anchor and drops the
A lasso flies towards the captain's neck, he dodges but both of his arms tied by that rope and his gun fell. Since the pulling force is great he falls out the frame of the tank. A sub crew on the frame over the captain's previous position throws himself out to kick away the six-limb man out of the Ion-Bike in the air. His left hand grabs on the Ion-Bike and right hand grabs the rope fast trying to pull up the captain. But the Ion-Bike loops left a cycle and the captain swings high in the air and drops to the Ion-Bike and sits on the crew's back seat.
Cody’s father, FINBAR (40’s), wants revenge on the Karnstreet gang. Finbar and NASH order NEVAN to kill Jack. Nevan owes them money and if he kills Jack, his debt will be paid. Nevan has no choice. Conflicted, he shoots into Jack’s home, hitting him in the chest.