Arising from this hatred many were murdered. For example, Inkpaduta was a Native American whose family was murdered by white men. This led him to seek revenge by massacring about 30 people in Spirit Lake before disappearing. This man would become the catalyst that would incite ideas into Little Crow of retaliation against white society. Who would eventually be assassinated while picking berries by two farmers for a bounty reward of five hundred dollars.
During the night, the general fled with about 33 men killed. Bowie and 18 men ambushed them and marched them back to Nacogdoches. In September that year, his wife, Ursula, died of cholera. At the time, Bowie was sick with yellow fever. In May 1835, Santa Anna abolished the Couhila-y-Tejas government.
In the film, Will Kane says, “I sent a man up five years ago for murder. He was supposed to hang, but up north they commuted it to life. Now he’s free—I don’t know how. Anyway, it looks like he’s coming back” (Foreman 295). This quote proves that the conflict in the film is that Will Kane sent Frank Miller, a dangerous outlaw, to prison up north for murder.
People may have wondered the motive, the bombing, and the aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing. An incident before the Oklahoma City bombing between the federal government in Ruby Ridge, Idaho and Waco, Texas left many individuals dead. In 1992 a shoot-out at Ruby Ridge between Randy Weaver and federal agents in Idaho left both Weaver’s wife and son dead. A year later in 1993 a standoff at Waco, Texas, left 80 Branch Davidians dead as well (Berry). One year before the Oklahoma City bombing, a group of people including Timothy McVeigh met in a trailer in Kingman, Arizona.
Escobar manage to do whatever he wanted, he killed anyone who opposed him. The Colombian cartels quickly managed to make Colombia the world’s capital for murder with 25,100 violent deaths in 1991 and 27,100 in 1992. Escobar gave money to his hitmen as a reward for killing police officers. 600 officers died this way. He even ordered the killing of presidential candidate Lúis Carlos Galán during the 1990s Colombian presidential elections.
2. Mark Wahlberg. With a collection of successful films in his career, plus being a producer of various successful TV series, Wahlberg was in fact charged with attempted murder when he was just 16 years old. Surprising, isn't it? He attacked two Vietnamese men using a wooden stick, which left one man blind in one eye.
He killed Don Lupe, Juvencio’s fellow neighbor/farmer by driving a machete through the skull because Don. Juvencio Nava is asking his son Justino for help to be saved from death. Justino the main protagonist son refuses to help. There was a flash back to the time Juvencio killed his neighbor who was also a farmer. Juvencio lives the rest of his life in fear.
A white sheriff’s deputy and others tied Brown to a tree and beat him to get a confession (Taylor, 2015). E. E. Ashcraft was accused of murdering his wife and was interrogated for thirty-six hours straight (Taylor, 2015). Today, the denial of an attorney and cruel interrogation tactics are prohibited by
The casualties of the 1911 attacks, couples as a rule, had been sleeping when someone got through the panels in the back doors of their homes and killed them with an axe. He was also known for taunting the police by sending messages through the radio claiming to spare people in homes where jazz was playing. The editor of the New Orleans Times-Picayune received a peculiar letter which would attack significantly more profound parallels to the prior Jack the Ripper murders. In the letter, which was published in all the local New Orleans newspapers, the Axeman said that he would kill again at 15 minutes past midnight on the night of March 19, yet would save anyone who had jazz music playing. The letter, dated March 13, 1919 with the words “Hell” composed at the highest point of the page.
The first person she killed was a man named Richard Mallory; he was found in a junkyard with five more men’s bodies (College). Aileen Wuornos was found out and convicted with the death sentence; even if her sanity was questioned she was executed by lethal injection in 2002. On the psychological side of the scale, both Nature and Nurture are present in this case. Aileen had a very bad upbringing being abused, and abandoned which in tow would seem as if the nurture of her past drove her over the edge to commit those murders, but on the biological side of things her dad had some sort of problems as well, her father being a child molester that it could be argued that he gave her traits of being a molester, through heredity. This being said, in this case both nature and nurture had some play in part to why Aileen Wuornos became a serial