Roylott’s passing, though the detective felt no remorse concerning this fact. Dr. Roylott was a despicable man, whose numerous crimes created an abhorrence between him and Sherlock Holmes. While the detective did despise Dr. Roylott, the death was still an accident, as Sherlock Holmes could not predict the snake would end up biting its master, only to have its venom kill him just seconds later. Finally, it was Dr. Roylott’s own choice to continue to send the snake through the ventilator, even when he was aware he was suspected of the murder. In the end, Dr. Roylott eventually met the unfortunate fate he rightfully deserved; the hero Sherlock Holmes could not possibly feel any guilt towards this
In Jin Ha’s short story “Saboteur”, a man named Mr. Chiu is wrongfully accused of a crime he did not commit and is unreasonably punished. He is imprisoned unjustly and is forced to admit his wrongdoing, but he maintains his innocence and refuses to take part in the police department’s deceit. Eventually the police department’s lies and cruelty drives Mr. Chiu to seek revenge. Ha develops characterization through the use of methods of characterization, character traits, and the significance of the character 's traits to illustrate how the abuse of political power ultimately leads to the deterioration of humanity in a person. Ha utilizes the method of characterization to demonstrate how the abuse of political power leads to insurgence.
Though they are not represented as the villains, in the movie it seems like they were the bad guys trying to break the relationship of two people who love each other. Like if the police were trying to suppress their “rebellion” to the system by imposing its absolute justice over two young lovers, who wanted to live their lives to the fullest without worrying if they violated the laws, and ended tragically death by the hands of insensitive officers. As a former film critic asserted about the portrayal of the police in the film, specifically the officer who was chasing Bonnie and Clyde, “The irony is that Hamer [the officer] is forgotten while Clyde and Bonnie live on. Hamer stood for something: the idea of right and the guts to make it stick. Clyde and Bonnie stood for nothing, except perhaps infantile nihilism, unformed, incoherent, vicious” (Hunter 24).
Roger acted just like a petty criminal should, after failing to get away successfully with the purse he tries to get away. But after being trapped by Mrs. Jones, he still tries to squirm lose to try and get away from Mrs. Jones. He also gives an excuse like “I didn’t try to steal your pocketbook” from pg 1. He tries to exploit every way to try and get away including trying to be nice to her to feel like it’s better to let him go then bring him to the police. This relates to the thesis, in the way that he has not changed at all and thinks stealing is a way for him to get nice things.
Although Stone’s body was greatly decomposed and there were no physical signs to imply that the cause of death was stabbing, shooting, hitting on the head or strangulation, there was evidence that a criminal agency on the part of Towler existed. Naturally, Stone being a suspected police informant, he was a risk to Towler and other drug dealers. From the moment that Stone betrayed Towler to the detectives, his life was in danger. He has also expressed to his fellow workers at the club that incase he disappeared, they should immediately notify the police. The case that faced Christopher was directly related to Stone since he was the one who set him up.
I believe that Cash thought if he notified the police, that he would be sentenced to jail for be a part of the crime, he was frightened, in my eyes, however, he tells later that he saw this felony taking place, yet still did not receive any punishment, which puzzles me. My other theory is that he simply wanted to protect his
No one deserves to die, and no one deserves death. Some executions are justified, but David Herold’s was not. Herold was a skilled and talented man who was deprived into a corner to help a killer. James L. Swanson’s novel, Chasing Lincoln 's Killer, a diary entry, “Last Diary Entry of John Wilkes Booth,” and an article, “Lincoln Writ of Liberty” contain evidence that proves Herold’s innocence. Herold did help a murderer; however, he is like everyone, in that he is susceptible to violent threats.
When Moss stole the money he knew the chances of getting caught and dying but he took those chances because he was greedy and he wanted all of the money for himself, so it is not anyone else’s fault that he was killed except for his own. The fact that Chigurh was about to kill the man behind the counter because it was “fate” was very disturbing. This man had done nothing to Chigurh and he was also not involved in Moss’s plan to steal the money, which meant that this man had not done anything that made him deserve to die. Like previously stated no one deserves to be killed but someone involved in personal violence most likely did something bad which caused another person to want to kill them but a person who was involved in non-personal violence most likely did not have anything to do with what was going on, they just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. From this the idea of non-personal violence is more disturbing to me than personal violence because in most cases the people involved in non-personal violence had nothing to do with what was going
In this type of mental illness, victims think people are plotting against them or their family. Some patients have auditory hallucinations. Individuals tend to plan to protect themselves from the prosecutors. Edmund planned his murders in a very organised manner and did stick to it until the end, which included killing, then decapitating and removing hands. He was skillful killer who was never caught by the police, both his arrest were intentional.
At this moment, Huck is at a low in his maturation on his morals journey. A person with morals would not willingly sacrifice the life of someone else just in order to be part of a gang. It is at this point where Huck can now begin his journey of moral progression. Huck encounters his first major dilemma when he comes across the wrecked and sinking steamboat and three robbers. When Jim and Huck take the skiff for themselves, leaving the three robbers stranded, Huck realizes that he has left them to die.
Finally, Bryon was right for turning Mark in because Mark was putting the whole household at risk. Mark had his drugs under his mattress in Bryon and his house (Hinton 145). This put everyone in the house at risk because someone could break in to get Mark’s drugs or money as people start to recognize what kind of business he is doing. Some people may argue that Bryon’s decision was wrong because he and Mark were best friends.
Have you ever been in a situation that you know what the outcome is and you know that it’s bad but you still do it anyways? In the book “The Other Wes Moore”, the Other Wes was headed down a path of drugs and getting in trouble with the cops. On pages 112-113 one day Wes was standing on the streets when someone came up and asked them “Do you guys know where I can buy some rocks?” (113), Wes knew that he looked suspicious and everything he knew pointed out to him that he was an undercover cop.
Law 21 clearly states that if a thief has stolen property, he shall be put to death and hanged at the scene(Doc D). While others may say this is fair and that he deserves it, this law does not demarcate between official documents or a toy. Many of our youth have played harmless tricks on their peers and if they 're caught, even if it’s a dare, they shall die a painful and torturous death. This removes one man from society and it lowers the moral of the city and in turn, Babylonian, crippling it.
Police officers are not racist; they are doing their job.. The case of Abner Louima is a case when police were racist. Louima was a security guard at a nightclub when a fight broke out. He intervened and broke the fight up although when police arrived, he was arrested not the brawlers. Once at the station, he was forced to strip in public