The two juvenile delinquents were also the ones censurable for the homicide of Luis Cruz, using the weapon identified by Paul Fisher, Erik’s younger brother, to be a blackjack. Additionally, Erik and his previous myrmidon, a miscreant by the name of Vincent Castor, are proscribed for visually impairing Paul Fisher at a young age. According to the novel, Luis Cruz was, “killed by Arthur Bauer, on orders from Erik.” Undoubtedly, Erik is outlined as a mischievous troublemaker. Furthermore, it is also axiomatic that Erik has a rather violent temperament. For instance, he attempts to injure Paul Fisher on a multitude of occasions.
Because there is no definite proof that Leonard Peltier ever murdered the two FBI agents on Pine Ridge Reservation in 1975, he should not be imprisoned for the crime. He did not own the pick-up truck that the agents claimed to be following on the day of the murder, nor can it be proven that he owned the gun that killed them. The two agents, Williams and Coler, were tracking a man that had stolen a pair of boots and were in unmarked cars when they drove onto Jumping Bull Ranch. Witnesses claim that they heard shots fired, and later saw a red pick-up truck fleeing the scene. The initial shots sparked a shootout between nearby residents and the agents.
Out of loyalty, Selena did nothing, later, her father began receiving calls from some of Selenas fans complaining that they weren’t receiving the things they paid for (People.com). When the Quintanilla’s confronted Saldivar, she insisted nothing was wrong and kept cool. It wasn’t until Selenas father kept seeing a problem and decided to do something about it, that Yolanda started to panic. The day after Selena and her family confronted Saldivar and were going to fire her, Yolanda called Selena and asked her to meet her at a hotel so that they could talk privately. It was that night when Selena died, Saldivar shot her after begging and pleading Selena not to fire her.
While investigating, they managed to find a suspect. This suspect was a fourteen year old, Francis Kluxen, who was said to be hunting nearby the area she was killed in. They did not have any evidence to prove that he did it. They had other suspect that they arrested but released because of lack of evidence. A year went by and they rearrested Francis Kluxen for the murder of Janet Lawrence.
His gang was involved in many shootouts with the law, including police officers and FBI agents. Dillinger himself was responsible for at least 10 murders, including a sheriff and innocent bystanders (Crimemuseum.org). He was charged with the murder of sheriff William O' Malley on January 25, 1934 (Findingdulcinea.com) The gang terrorized the Midwest, robbing banks, police arsenals, staging jail breaks, and other rarely seen crimes by this time. One of their many shootouts occurred when FBI agents got wind of a possible hideout being used by Dillinger. This hideout, the Hellman's apartment, was compromised when the FBI showed up.
The impulsive mature of the “Outlaw Hero” has caused Dexter to make a few mistakes one being, after killing a convicted rapist, Fowler, Dexter discovers Fowler’s latest victim is still alive and witnessed the entire murder. She finally reveals to Dexter that Fowler was not the only one who pated her. During investigating the allegation Dexter discovers all of her rapist have known each other since childhood and are all also guilty of torturing, raping, and murdering twelve other
He has failed to obey the Lacey Act. Walter had hired a guide to help kill the lion. The guide provided information to the law that the lion was killed by Walter Palmer. He says that Cecil was shot by a bow and arrow. After Cecil was shot he was soon returned to America for a trophy after taking him off the premises of
Carlson owns the Luger, but everybody assumed that Lennie stole it when he fled the ranch. Carlson is in the clear because he is with all the other men when the shot is fired. Which would make George Milton guilty of the killing of Lennie Small. As stated in the book Chapter 6 ; Pg 106 George pulled the trigger of the lugger shooting Lennie in the head. Then continues with his normal life Chapter 6 ; Pg
Anyway, he whacked every window out of the Finch boy’s car.’” (Stanley Basca to Elvis) (page 84) This passage from a trial scene, shows that Not only did Davy have no remorse for killing the two young men, he actually lured them to his home where his family slept unknowing. So, the reader is led to feel sympathetic towards a man who destroyed someone’s vehicle, lured criminals to his family home where his kid brother and sister slept, and then he shot the two boys in front of his eleven-year-old brother. Shooting Basca and Finch was all premeditated. Ruben states “Somehow he was holding the little Winchester he’d carried in the timber that afternoon. And holding it comfortably.” (page 49) Not only did Davy bring the gun to bed with him, but had the gun loaded and ready to go before the light was switched on to see who was at the door.