The settings of a family which has a negative effect on family and boys. Mainly what the characters are inclined to do against each other, the dysfunctional family life and the one parent family. The story has increased my knowledge about gangs and the impact on boys, that positivity of one person is better than the adversity of a gang. The author Scott Monk message to boys is being in a gang, especially a criminal gang is a futile, it is informative in regards that boys can do positive things in their life, that the need to turn their back on gangs and violence. Another aspect is that fighting amongst each gang is fostering a criminal environment.
Some deserve it because they non-repentance killers or to be serial killers while other should not deserve it because of the circumstances required them. Juveniles who killed people without any mercy should be treated as an adult and be given Juvenile Life Without Parole(JLWOP). For example, the murderer of Jennifer Jenkins’ pregnant sister and her husband. Jennifer describes, “[Jenkins’s Sister] begged for the life of her unborn child as [the killer] shot her. He reported to a friend, who testified at his trial, about his ‘thrill kill’ that he just wanted to ‘see what it would feel like to shoot someone’”(Jenkins).
Capone never really got in much trouble with the law, because most of the law was involved in organized crime. But the FBI finally put him in jail for tax evasion. Al Capone was a very influential figure during his time as a mobster in the
After a couple of bank robberies, Luke’s luck runs out and is killed accidentally by an ambitious, rookie street cop named Officer Avery Cross, which introduces the viewers to the second story in the movie. After Avery accidentally shoots Luke, he is left to deal with a guilty conscience over what really happened. He, however, uses this as a shortcut into a better job which explains how this “second section of the movie is mostly about Avery and his rise to power,” (O’Hehir). After we see Avery get away with the murder, the storyline forwards fifteen years which helps keep the mystery of the movie. The viewers then meet Avery’s son, A.J.
“My squad is my family, my gun is my provider and protector and my rule is to kill or be killed.”(Ishmael Beah)”A long way gone”was written by Ishmael Beah and published in 2007. Ishmael Beah was very happy kid he was really close to his family but they were seperated when the war happened with the rebels, later on he was caught by the rebels but he was able to escape, the rebels killed all his family so he was recruited by the army, they gave him drugs so he wouldn’t feel anything he had no emotions. The three most important scenes in this story include when Ishmael was alone in the jungle, when Ishmael was in the army,and when Ishmael was NYC. The first most important moment in “A long way home” is when ishmael was alone in the jungle with
Print This book is about a player named Ron Williamson who gets chosen to play for a major league. Many years later, he returns to his hometown due to an injured arm, as well as bad habits such as drinking and drugs. A waitress named Debra was raped and murdered, but the police were unable to solve this case for many years. They believed that Ron and his friend were responsible for her death which is why they were arrested and charged with capital murder. Although, there was no valid evidence, Ron was sent to death row.
Both the brothers and the two Sheriffs at times were both the protagonists and antagonists. The brothers were breaking the law, but doing it for their family so you wanted them to get away with the crime. Yet, the Sheriffs were doing their job to stop the brothers, yet when the sheriff gets shot, the brother becomes the antagonists. The whole film is a battle between the two and you never really know which side to be on. Overall, I really enjoyed the film, and I would have never seen this type of film if it weren’t for this
Then later on sided with Erik because he killed Klaw and he wanted someone who could make a change. Then there’s the symbolic character, I feel like the symbolic character at the beginning of the movie was T’Challa Father because he use to look up to him so much, but T’Challa figured out that his father was a murder. At the end of the movie the symbolic character was now T’Challa because she defeated Erik Killmonger, so people looked up to him. Those are just some of the types of characters I noticed in the
In my neighborhood, I personally knew situations equivalent to O’Deane’s thesis. For Instance, there were a few gangsters who would smoke crack, rob the local liquor, steal their family for money, lose one 's temper for no reason, and mainly obtain a weapon to go out and try to kill their enemies. Of course, at the time I didn’t understand what was going on, yet as I got older it was clear that the major reason violence was taking place in my neighborhood was because of
The arousal theory also had a huge impact on Miklo. For instance, when he was taking over for Montana and he heard that one of the “BGA” members killed him, he went insane. His aggression towards the “BGA” group was intolerable because “La Onda” killed basically all of the members who were also in the prison with him. On the other hand, Cruz was really affected because he lost his brother to a drug overdose. Cruz blamed himself for his brothers loss and began drinking and doing more