In the service of the military and secret service, right wing extremists were known to stage bombings that implicated communist anarchists even when they weren’t involved. Guiseppe Pinelli was caught in this trap. Subsequently he fell from the fourth floor window and died while under police interrogation. After investigation by Judge Giovanni Caizzi, the incident was claimed to have been an accidental death and he eventually dismissed the case. Another judge claimed it was suicide.
Characterization in a story allows the reader to make their own judgements and theories. Agatha Christie portrayed Leonard Vole as someone who was innocent, even after he was arrested for the murder of Emily French; the dialogue tricked many readers by describing him as a young and attractive man who seemed desperate about proving his “innocence”. This is apparent when Vole says to Mr. Mayherne, “’You think I’m guilty, but, by God, I swear I’m not! It looks pretty black against me, I know that. I’m like a man caught in a net—the meshes of it all round me, entangling me whichever way I turn.
In 2009, it was adapted for the stage as the play The Shawshank Redemption. The story’s themes spotlight on issues of imprisonment and justice. Andy, the hero, is thrown in jail for a crime he didn’t commit, while his buddy Red is the only person in prison truthful enough to admit that he had committed one. In the prison, they’re placed at the pity of “honest” wardens and guards who are totally corrupt and make money on scams that should put them inside the walls with the prisoners they take advantage of and assault. Body of work “Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption” is offered in the form of a monologue, a
He starts out somewhat disillusioned with the people around him and the justice system, but still idealistic and committed to solving the case. The genre’s first person view, combined with Gittes’ personality, allows the audience to identify with Gittes and arrive at the same conclusion he has with the world of Chinatown. Gittes was haunted by his past, but his code and idealism forced him to try once more, causing the deaths of the Mulrays, and “kidnapping” of Katherine. Chinatown gives us a lovable, flawed, and haunted detective, watch him give it all, and the it forces us to watch as the world breaks him down, teaching us that at any moment, everything we work for and hold onto could be lost, regardless of how hard we
It all winds up with Will being accused to be the Chesapeake ripper and put in a mental intuition. Convinced that it is Hannibal is the real Chesapeake ripper, he tries to convince the people around him that he is in fact innocent. Will can truly identify who Hannibal is. In season two, Will is released when Hannibal frames his psychologist in the hospital, Chilton. Will and Hannibal on that occasion starts a game where Hannibal tries to transform Will into a murderer.
Eleven men found the boy guilt, while juror eight was the only man that wanted to review the case over again to make sure the jury was making the correct decision. All eleven jurymen were set on the boy being guilty and were trying to convince juror eight that he was guilty. Juror eight held his ground and convince the men to look over all of the evidence. Juror eight brought out the files, acted out different situations and the murder scene. The men went back and forth for hours fighting about whether or not the boy was guilt of killing his father Slowly one by one the jurors changed their mind from guilty to not guilty.
He thus decides to take the lead in personally taking care of his trial as his impatience towards his lawyer rises. K. lives for his trial only and ends up letting go of all resistance. As Joseph K was initially indifferent to his trial, he makes it, by the end of the novel, his own business and identifies to it completely. At first convinced by his innocence, Joseph K. he finally consents to his guilt in his acceptance to being executed. Throughout the novel, the evolution of Joseph K. relates to the quest of his
‘Twelve Angry Men’ written by Reginald Rose, is based on the story of a jury who have to come together to determine the fate of a young boy accused to have murdered his own father. Initially, eleven of the jurors vote not guilty with one of the juror being uncertain of the evidence put before them. As the men argue over the different pieces of evidence, the insanity begins to make sense and the decision becomes clearer as they vote several other times. Rose creates drama and tension in the jury room, clearly exploring through the many issues of prejudice, integrity and compassion, in gaining true justice towards the accused victim. These aspects have been revealed through three character who are Juror 10, Juror 8 and Juror 3.
For Anderton, his world blows up in his face when the supposedly always correct Precogs predict he will murder someone he has never met. He takes it upon himself to prove his future innocence against all odds. All three question the concept of free will. In Anderton’s case, three clairvoyant children say he will do something he has not done yet and that gives the PreCrime division grounds to arrest him. The whole concept of Precogs throws out free will.
To try and pull this case together, and maybe save a man’s life. When your pinned against the wall, would you give into what the rest of the crowd thinks or would you dig your heels in deep and push back? That’s what Juror 8 did he pushed back, and gave this trial his all. Some might even say he is the hero of the story; but how could you be a hero if you let a murderer loose? “I urge you to deliberate honestly, and thoughtfully.