Furthermore, this violence is used by Tom to control Myrtle’s actions. However, Wilson uses violence under much more extreme conditions. For instance, when he is talking to Michaelis about Myrtle’s death, he says “It was the man in that car. She ran out to speak to him and he wouldn’t stop”(87). This quote shows that Wilson believes the driver of the car that killed Myrtle was performing an act of murder.
The movie is unsympathetic when it came to Tony murdering his best friend when he finds out that he and Tony’s sister are together which leads to Tony’s sister trying to kill him. This gave me the idea that Tony is selfish and has no care in the world for others happiness except his own. At the beginning, Tony and his close friends have a job from a drug dealer named Frank Lopez that leads to the killing a former government employee to get their green card. Already the reader gets to see how bad Tony wants his rise to power by his willingness to kill someone for a green card so I assume that Tony will take the path of the deviant innovator because he has the desire to have the power and the only way to do so is by contributing to illegal activities. The movie gives the viewers the idea that Tony is someone who only wanted nothing but the best life for himself so I like the idea that they try to make you sympathize for his character, but as for Frank, not so much love was shown for him.
With this intention, the man had an unreasonable motive for killing the old man and the way he had planned it so well. Henceforth, he could be seen as a calculated killer or a delusional madman. Through his crimes, can be argued that he should be put in a mental institute or put in prison for the rest of his life. Based on the evidence provided, it's a better decision to convict the man into a mental institute. Ultimately, if you kill a person for no reason, but plan it very well are you a calculated killer or a mad
An example of a character that wants justice is Terry Malloy. Terry wants justice for Joey Doyle’s murder. Doyle only wanted justice for his town, and to get the justice, he agreed to testify against Friendly. Friendly had murdered Joey Doyle and made his murder seem like a suicide. At the end of On the Waterfront, Terry testifies against felon Johnny Friendly.
To fully understand all of this, we need to understand what a serial killer is. The distinct difference between a mass murderer and a serial killer is one of motive. Mass murderers kills for a specific reason i.e. revenge, gang violence, cover ups. Serial killers usually kill strangers for a sexual or empowering desire.
Murder can be defined as “the unlawful premeditated killing of one human being by another”. How then, are others able to make us sympathize with not only murderers, but people who have committed horrendous crimes? For example, the media is constantly attempting to humanize rapists and even terrorists with phrases like “lone wolf” or “alienated and adrift.” Such phrases make some of us want to pity the criminal. This can be seen when we compare Perry Smith and Dick Hickock from Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood. Capote portrays only one of these two seemingly distinct characters (Perry) in a way that the reader feels the need to relate to and even sympathize with him.
The motive for Murder in Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado” Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado” is an interesting story that revolves around the confession of a man, Montresor, to an unknown person. Montresor confesses how he murdered Fortunato. Like most of his works, Poe has used the first person narrative to address the readers directly. He has also addressed the theme of death. This notable subject is evident in most of his works such as “The Tale-A-Tell” and “The Black Cat.” While Montresor has revealed to the readers how he murdered Fortunato, the motive behind the murder has remained a mystery.
It also does not discriminate because that would have to involve behavior, and there is no behavior in our thoughts just opinions therefore, that does not make it hateful. Additionally, misconceptions are assumptions of a person or group. Even though misconceptions are formed from stereotypes, they are also viewed as incorrect or based on pure lies. In the beginning, the misconception and stereotypes are true, but society is quick to label the rest of the group of people based on that perspective. In the article About Men, an essay from The Solace of open Space, by Gretel Ehrlich, Ehrlich states “Cowboys are just like a pile of rocks- everything happens to them, get climbed on, kicked, rained, snowed on, and scuffed up by the wind.”, She is being very exaggerated with this stereotype stating that everything gets “thrown” at the cowboys.
As mentioned earlier, the stereotypical thinking is the way to nowhere and destructively branch in the development of relations and cooperation between people. People have to understand that stereotypes are always present in our everyday life and do not disappear on us. That is why it is important to distinguish between the subjective opinion of a folded about people of a particular nationality from reality, which is proving to be a very different side of the coin. As mentioned in the previous sections - the world has become global and very successful cooperation is necessary not to look at stereotypes and accept people as they are. Over stereotypes can laugh in humorous TV show, but in any case not be guided by them when dealing in real life as it might offend someone else.
Murder is the premeditated killing of one human being by another. Premeditated means think out or plan (an action, especially a crime) beforehand. Now do you think that the killing of General Zaroff was justified? In the story “The most dangerous game” Rainsford stated “I’m not a murder” but can self-defense be perceived as murder? In regards to the Rainsford vs. Zaroff situation, it is my belief that Rainsford killing General Zaroff, was not justified.