It is an invitation to deceive and impede ourselves, to follow false reasoning and toddlers, insisting that the addicts should die, insisting that they do not need a thorough process because they have just started things that should not be. That if the killings of "drug users and drug pusher" will certainly be addressed by mercenary police and abusive guards. With the mistakes and the burdens of the lives of those who are just bad, it's okay because, the "war on drugs" that the president will enforce is good but the truth is that we just believe that people who are guilty will never change, those people with bad consciences do not need to
Having someone go unharmed after jumping head first into the awful and dangerous world of crime and come back without justice served is completely unacceptable. Would you want a killer to run loose just because the law can't touch them? This is how it goes for the characters in ¨And Then There Were None¨ by Agatha Christie. Some characters had justifiable reasons for their actions but other character’s crimes were absolutely unfair and cruel such as Vera Claythorne, Thomas Rogers and William Blore who deserve to be punished on Soldier Island for their crimes. Out of every character in the book, I believe the most guilty for what they did is Vera Claythorne.
Sean Bell, Daniel Shaver, Walter Scott, John Crawford, Michael Brown, Ezell Ford, Raupheal Thomas, Tamir Rice, Nicholas Thomas; all these men have something in common: they were unarmed, shot and killed by police. All these officers were let off due to typical excuses such as self-defense, raised suspicion, or probable cause, without a single form of punishment. Law Enforcement, more specifically police officers, should be held accountable and receive reasonable punishment for their misbehavior and wrongdoings. These men and women hold such authority and responsibility that should not be abused whatsoever. These men and women are responsible for the safety and wellbeing of the community they protect and serve.
There is no winner since it stops and doesn’t seem like it will be over at least until the school year is over, since there would much likely still things that Victor says to Teresa. If there was a winner it would likely be Victor since he overcame his fear and said he would tutor Teresa, but believably with what is seen in the story there is none... yet. In “The Melting Pot” The correct conflict used in this story is external conflict. The reason that it is external is because the whole neighborhood has a conflict that involves everybody. Complaining and arguing being suspicious of each other, an example to prove the
Instead, if they love each other they could find a way to stop this tension. Acts of violence and hate are never the answer to any problem, yet people seek it just to have fun, show pride, or be gallant. In The Outsiders there was a rumble between the Socs and Greasers to show who’s boss, but after this epic fight nothing changed. All of the Greasers were hurt really bad, the only thing they got for this loss was the Socs being chased out
• The anticipatory suffering faced by the offender while on death row is too great and barbarous for the offender and his/her family. • There is no scope left for the offender to be rehabilitated in the society, even though his criminal tendencies are left no more. The offender can’t merge into the society. STATUS QUO In the recent times most of the countries have signed international treaties abolishing capital punishment. There has been a trend of moving towards
The character does not show any emotion at all for humanity. Therefore, the sense of normalcy showed by Anton Chigurh when he takes the lives of his victims let the viewers wondering if he has any regret in his victims. In some cases, the actor even laughed loudly after killing his victims. His approach to life depicts a typical psychopath who is ready to commit any form of violence without thinking twice (Greven 175). This type
In classic Westerns, such as Shane, the morally upright characters would be a public figure and/or the hero. However, the sheriff, Little Bill, is utterly despicable. He disregards the prostitutes as people who deserve, at the very least, a smidge of respect. When he talks about the men who cut up Delilah, he says “they ain’t loafers nor tramps nor bad men. They’re hard working boys that was foolish”.
Certain states have banishment/imprisonment and the death penalty, and several have minor punishments. The job of law enforcement is to guarantee that citizens obey the law. Lots of people are scared of penalty and without punishments, no one would obey the rules and laws. People are used to being told what to do with their bodies, this means no sex before marriage and no abortion. There is not equal justice for teenagers if they love each other they legally still cannot have sex, or the male will face criminal charges if the girl gets pregnant.
Tom, who went away from his mother and sister sees it as a way of getting away from his mother who did not only blame him for not telling them all about Jim (Laura’s suitor) moreover; did not appreciate him despite all he did for their family. Williams writes, “All right, I will! The more you shout about my selfishness to me the quicker I’ll go, and I won’t go to the movies!” (Qtd in Barnet, Burto, and Cain, p.