Simmons picked up the gifts and then drove home to wait out the weekend. On Monday, December 28th, 1987 Simmons drove to Walmart in a car that had once belonged to his son, so that he could purchase a second gun. After he purchased the second gun he proceeded in killing his old coworkers, bosses, and acquaintances, or whom he referred to as “everyone who wanted to hurt me”, he then turned himself over to the Russellville police after they arrived. Simmons was then sent to the “Arkansas State Hospital” in Little Rock where he was given a competency evaluation by the staff psychiatrist Dr. Irving Kuo. Kuo stated that Simmons was sane and capable of standing trial.
This was when Inigo discovered Count Rugen was the man who killed Inigo’s father 12 years earlier. Since Inigo had been waiting for an opportunity to avenge his father’s death, he knew he needed a plan to break into the heavily guarded castle. Normally, Inigo would have turned to Vizzini, the third member of the Sicilian Crowd, for help, but he could not since Westley killed Vizzini. Consequently, Inigo concluded any man who could kill the genius Vizzini could probably devise a clever plan to break into a castle. This led Inigo and Fezzik to hunt for Westley, although they only knew him as “the man in black.”
1969, Mario Puzo, an Italian-American writer, published the book The Godfather, which was about the life of a Mafia family in New York. Inspired by the book, the film The Godfather came out in 1972 and was directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Puzo and Coppola collaborated on the film and what the duo experienced during filming was unlike that of any other in film history. The Mafia was an “Italian-American faction of organized crime,”, who were known for causing trouble. Puzo decided to write a book about a fictional Mob family in New York City.
The first time Antonio feels the loss of innocence is through the death of Lupito, a mad man shot by a mob for killing the town’s sheriff. Lupito’s death affected Antonio greatly for it being the first traumatic death he has ever seen, but later triggered the questioning of life after death once you have sinned against
In, 1899, Al Capone was born, to two poor Italian immigrants, in Brooklyn, New York. Al grew up in Brooklyn, and at an early age began getting involved in crimes. He became an apprentice to John Torrio a notorious gang leader. As prohibition deepened, his involvement in organized crime, became a lot greater. As time went on John Torrio, handed over the reigns to Al Capone himself.
Little does Oedipus know, he actually killed his father. Oedipus then finds out the truth when he talks to the Shepard about the murder of Laius. Oedipus had come the tragic realization about the events that have gone on when he found out that Oedipus is actually the killer of King Laius and the he is married to his mother. From there, Iocaste goes to her bedroom and hangs herself. Oedipus is notified of this and he rushes to Iocaste.
Mussolini was an Italian dictator who terrorized people who did not have the same views as him. He also invaded other countries and forced his fascist ideas on the people living there. He was a ruthless leader with all of the power. He was later killed by his own people. This assassination is justified because the people had absolutely no power and the only way to make Italy better was to get rid of Mussolini.
In this episode of The Wire Omar wants revenge for the death of his boyfriend and starts killing Avon Barksdale’s people. Omar was going to go against Avon Barksdale in court but now the police won’t be able to use him in court. D’Angelo is starting to second guess being in the gang. When he was at a party he found a dead girl while his other friends acted like it wasn’t a big deal. Then his friends started getting shot because of Omar.
After getting shot at the Babylon Club, Tony heads over to Frank’s place to find answers and after receiving confirmation of his suspicions, he orders Frank’s death and kills the corrupt detective. With this execution, he eliminated the competitive figure that was Frank, who had prevented Tony from expanding the previous drug endeavor and sought to stop Tony from advancing by killing him. Frank too, could be seen as acting for competitive edge. He had ordered the killing of Tony, and could be seen as trying to take out the competition that was emerging. It could have also been linked to a jealousy factor.
Lewis Powell and George Herold, both apart of Booths Gang were on there way to try and assassinate secretary of state William Henry Seward. Harold waited outside with the horses for the escape and Powell went inside to attempt assassination. He got very close to killing Seward, he stabbed him and cut him all over. But what were the odds that Seward did not die. Everybody thought he was dead so news started spreading fast about the death and assassination.
Frustrated with the ongoing war in Iraq, a young American Soldier, Private Victor Rush, decides to confront his superior commanders after seen members of his own unit executing illegal operations, just to find closed doors. Young and naive, Rush is lured to join one of the legion branches operating around Europe. For five years, Rush conducts countless missions to eliminate government and military officers around Europe. During every mission, a significant number of innocent civilians died by his lethal assassin methods. Tired of the lies and collateral damages, Rush decides to expose them to the world by revealing their most secret artifact in their possession.
A couple of eyewitnesses reported hearing various insults including Tybalt’s heinous greeting; “Thou art a villain” (III.i. 62). Fighting between Mercutio and Tybalt were reported soon after, leaving Mercutio with fatal wounds to die within the next few moments. Romeo, enacting the law, killed Tybalt for killing his dear friend Mercutio, and then fled the scene. When The Prince, the Capuletss, and the Montagues had arrived to the scene, they found the dead bodies of Mercutio and Tybalt. Lady Capulet insisted that The Prince should order Romeo for Tybalt’s death.
Famous football coach Vincent Lombardi was born in Brooklyn, New York, on June 11, 1913. Lombardi was the oldest of five brothers and sisters and the son of an Italian immigrant, Vince Lombardi was raised in the Catholic Church. At the age of 15, Lombardi enrolled at the Cathedral College of Immaculate Conception, where he intended to study to become a priest. Two years later, however, Lombardi changed his mind and bolted for the St. Francis Preparatory School. There, he started playing football and started at the fullback position, starting his football career Fordham University.
There are still many living members of the Rockefeller family today and they’re even credited for shaping the United States. As you can see, John D Rockefeller was quite a magnificent man. Creating such a large oil refinery that it had to be split, twice, is an achievement that is not easily done, and may only be done once in this world. Not even the millionaires of today could compare to the amount of money he made. All of this was just because he had an idea and the motivation to do it, and maybe because he was born into a wealthy family