They seized the armory and seven people were killed while a dozen others were wounded. His intention was to arm slaves with weapons from the arsenal, but no slaves came to his calling and the raid was put to rest by Colonel Robert E. Lee and his marines. These acts of treason are what made John Brown a important figure back then. He tried a different approach to having slaves freed but in the end it back fired and cost him and some of his kids their lives. Some people say he was a hero because he stood up to the south bulling of slaves but others say he was a terrorist because he killed innocent people based on their
In 1849 Jesse and his siblings lost their father. Their mother remarried and their new step dad was not treating them well at all! They were forced to fight in the civil war where they learned to kill! When he was 25 his brother and him killed unarmed union soldiers in 1863 and that was the start of the killing! Jesse James was a killer, robber, horse thief, terrorist and he and his gang were very dangerous men.
Pap Finn kidnaps Huck and takes him across Mississippi river to a small cabin. Huck did not mind missing school and being away, he just hated it because Pap Finn kept beating on him. It hurt him badly when his dad just kept hitting him. Huck acted like he was died and when Pap Finn left Huck disappear to farther side in Mississippi. Huck lands a few miles
His family life wasn’t steady his father with whom he had a close relationship walked out in 1981 and that’s when Travers started to rely on crime to provide clothes, and he would steal animals including chickens to provide food. Travers suffered economically and pushed him towards crime so he could support his family as his own father walked out on him and the family. Traver didn’t gave much control in his life his father left in 1981 and his mother died in 1989 through crime Traver had a sense of power being a ringleader for gang
Though he went to a segregated school he, he faced little racism compared to those in the south. J.W Milam and Roy Bryant, Emmett’s attackers, savagely assassinated Emmett Till, yet he did not get justice. Roy Bryant was the store clerk’s husband and J.W his half brother, these two shot and tortured Emmett and shot him in the head. After the murder when the trail was held the two murderers
Not to mention the fact that two of his sons died and not being able to capture John Wilkes Booth after he made a terrible mistake for shooting one of the country leaders in the war. John had the whole Union army after him and might 've been shot in the neck but other stories say otherwise. In the end John died and paid for his dear mistake. Allan influenced other police in the later times after the war. They started to open more and more police and detective agency 's after that.
As a black man Tom was already at a disadvantage. Tom Robinson was shot at and killed after the trial. The death of Tom Robinson is very upsetting. After escaping on his way to Abbottsville Tom was shot seventeen times. I believe that it is a sin to kill a cripple no matter what they are doing.
With this next killer, Carl Panzram, the researcher seemed unsure of what caused this killer to commit their crimes. The author states that Panzram is the hardest to study. While examining this killer, the author notes that his crimes began at the age of 8 and carried on throughout his entire free life. He raped, burned, and brutally beat men, women, and children. Because of these heinous crimes he was dubbed by the world as too evil to live.
When he returned home, his friends and him had a “great idea” to become rich by robbing banks. His friends and him ended up robbing five small town banks in Nebraska. Hopwood was twenty-three years old and would have to face potentially eleven years in Illinois’s federal prison. At this point, Shon was hopeless and thought he ruined his life. He had disappointed himself, his family, and his friends.
In August of 1831 tensions between slaves and their owners had risen. One such example was slave Nathaniel Turner of Southhampton County, Virginia. He organized a rebellion with other slaves and they all went around killing 55 to 65 slave owners. While some thought he was a hero, he was truly a mad man. Nat was a madman because of the many horrible things that were done during the short rebellion.
Greed is common in everyday life and we are constantly surrounded by it. Huck Finn is constantly surrounded by greed from most people he comes in contact with. Furthermore, the grangerfords and the shepherdsons are two families who are in a family feud between them. They both have kids that escape from their parents to fall in love with each other. Huck narrates, “En ole Mars Saul en de boys tuck dey guns en rode up de river road for to try ketch dat young man and kill him” (113).
Deadpool’s real name is Wade Wilson, his mother died when he was still a young kid and his father who was a in the military was physically abusive. Wade was a criminal in his teen years and one night while he and his friends were out drinking his father attempts to get wade out of the club and one of wade’s friend steals his father’s handgun and kills wades father. Wade still in his teen years goes of to the military for a brief time after a while he begins his “career” accepting assassination jobs only for the people he thought deserved death. Deadpool had the habit of using plastic surgery and technology to take a new identity every when he failed an assignment. He was accused by T-Ray who is his nemesis of stealing his identity after a failed mission and also of killing his
Charlie was considered a “good kid”, until he shot his mother’s abusive boyfriend, George, a local police officer. After that, he was placed in adult jail ("How America’s Justice System Failed Our Children"). Although Charlie was convicted of second-degree murder, the mental and physical trauma he faced in jail effectively destroyed his life as well. This tragedy continues to be the harsh reality of juveniles sent