He has provided information that indicates he shot Lennie Small out of self defence, when we have the testimony of Candy proving that George had stolen Carlson’s gun and had to kill Lennie himself. He has deliberately told us that Lennie stole Mr Tyler’s luger when there is more than enough evidence to contradict that. If you were to not agree that he is morally wrong for killing another human being, he is guilty for committing perjury. He has given his oath to speak nothing but the truth, but instead, he lies in the one situation where telling the absolute truth will be the most beneficial towards him. Currently, euthanasia is illegal in America, and neither was it during the 1930’s.
In my opinion Sherlock Holmes definitely made the wrong decision for many reasons. In the first place, Ryder broke the law and deserved to be in jail. Sherlock let Ryder go and Ryder did not deserve to be let free. So technically Sherlock Holmes still committed a crime by letting Ryder go. Ryder stole a jewel, and a very precious one called “The Carbuncle” and deserved to go to jail.
After they find the felon, Mr. Holmes rules to let them go and bid them not to do it again. In my opinion, I think Sherlock Holmes positively made the right decision. In the first place, if Mr. Holmes would have decided to arrest and lock them up, they would have been classified as criminals for their whole lives. They’d be called in several times for the crimes they didn’t commit. Over and over, that would get pretty annoying.
Sherlock Holmes one of the greatest detectives, but he did not always serve justice. He did not serve justice because he let two people that committed a crime named Ryder and Cusak, walk away. In my opinion, however, I am 500% on Sherlock Holmes’ side and I will tell you why. In the first place, they would have become bigger criminals in prison. One reason why is because jail would have killed them.
Parole is honoring one’s word that an offender will not re-offend. I have mixed views about giving repeat offenders parole. The whole idea of parole is giving a person a second chance after committing a crime and paying for that crime and re-entering society. Everyone deserves a second chance, because sometimes a person could be in the wrong place and the wrong time and get caught up in a certain situation. Because a person who is on parole is getting the chance to serve the remaining time from jail to enter into the world and are able to get a job and pay fines, and still be under supervision of an officer to stay clean from drugs and not to repeat a crime, they should not be able to repeat an offense.
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