He was quite fast, actually. However, the girl didn’t put much effort in fighting him. She aimed at his leg and pulled the trigger. The next thing I knew, I heard a bang followed by a long scream. Then, I saw the knife-wielding man lying on the ground, holding his wounded leg.
Then suddenly Julie hits Samantha in the head with a type of stick. When Samantha wakes up she is prostrated on the floor. Melissa says “ How could you believe we were going be your friends, We actually want to kill you. Samantha is shocked and surprised. Then Juliet says that man that has been following us, has been wanting to kill you to.
Firearm stoppage is one of the biggest problems I see in the military along with operator error. It can throw you off when you are shooting than all the sudden something went wrong and now you have to fix the jam. Sam is the acronym that the man in the video uses that for troubleshooting what happened that created stoppage. The S in SAM stands for the shooter, or what I like to call operator error. He goes into talking about a shooter that is shooting with a limp wrist which does not allow the slide on a semiautomatic go all the way back.
Not once has she mentioned my name and our plan. She tells him she has enough money for two and two only, again my name is not mentioned. I feel betrayed and I’m angry for trusting her to help get out of here. I start to catch on and realise abigail was only using me for one thing she was gonna leave me in the dirt or as I see it Salem. Abigail admits she’ll kill me as soon as the job is done.
All of his anger is associated with his hand. He quickly urges Carlson to get his gun “I’m gonna get him. Im going for my shotgun”. Curley does not have a moment of sadness or distraught of his wife’s death. Curley is eager to get revenge for his hand, not for his wife in any way, which shows how unempathetic at any second.
Even his family did not fight the punishment he was sentenced and said they would, “struggle as long as we live why he committed this horrible attack, which caused so much pain to so many good people” (Siegel). The only just punishment for Roof is death, as long as he is alive he will think he has done the right thing by killing those people. If the trial would have taken a turn where Roof was given to privilege to go back into society there would be no doubt he would execute the same crime, and potentially on a larger scale. Capital punishment saves other innocent lives from people such as Dylann Roof
In the novella, the author states “But Curley’s gonna want to shoot’im. Curley’s still mad about his hand. An’ s’pose they lock him up and strap him down and put him in a cage. That ain’t no good George.” (Steinbeck 97). The evidence provided shows that George was only ensuring a peaceful end for Lennie’s future, and that he never wanted Lennie to suffer
Him saying this meant his heart was to full of compassion to kill anyone or be violent to anyone, he was a better man then that he didn 't want the grief of killing someone to hang heavy over his head for the rest of his life, but he was afraid to admit that to anyone until now. As the author is told he is being drafted to war, he becomes very upset. He clearly does not want to be part of it. His initial says, “I was too good for this war. Too smart, too compassionate, too everything.
He had never given me insult. For his gold I had no desire. I think it was his eye! Yes, it was this, he had the eye of a vulture.’ (Poe, 1843) Though, he had thought to kill him because of the look in his eye, he said he did love him. Moreover, the narrator’s obsession with the old man leads him to kill him in a atrocious way.
By killing Fortunato, Montresor is also symbolically killing a part of himself that he is ashamed to possess. The act is not purely performed out of revenge, but subconsciously as a way to move past Montresor’s weaknesses. This does not play out for Montresor, because even fifty years after the incident, his account of the event in question is highly detailed. The murder has not left his mind, and it is not bound