There is no equality in such crimes. The death penalty should stay because we need it. If someone commits a crime they should take full responsibility for their actions. We do not need to keep them in jail. If they stayed in jail then they are still alive and someone innocent had to die because of their actions.
And the sisters arguably did little to impact Trujillo’s reign and his assassination several months after their deaths. Indeed, it was not justified for the Mirabal sisters to make the significant sacrifices they made. The payoffs, if there were any, did not come close to compensating for the pain and suffering they brought upon themselves and their families along with their ultimate deaths. Two of the unnecessary hardships they endured before their pointless deaths, among numerous others, were Minerva giving up her child in order to join the revolution and
One women said she feared telling her husband about her coerced sterilization because she thought her husband would equate her to a prostitute and throw her out on the street. (No Más Bebés). Although including race as a factor birth control rights was essential to preventing continued forced sterilization, the Chicano movement wanted nothing to deal with the feminist movement because they saw birth control as a tool to destroy families. Chicanas, left unaccounted for in both movements, continued to be victims of
There might be improstion to taking the 8th amendment out of the factor of basically killing someone for breaking the law. Yeah they might have broken the law but killing A person so brutally doesn’t seem fair. If the death penalty never existed then how much different would america even be? In supreme court they stated “The death penalty law isn’t violating the 8th amendment it is somewhat brought into decision “ . My only question is how does the death penalty not violate the 8th amendment?
She was tried and acquitted for their murder. However she was found not guilty for their murder. This is because there was no physical evidence directly linking her to the case. Also, this was during a time when women were not believed to be strong, and people didn’t believe a small woman such as she, was capable of murdering not only one, but two people. It was found that Abby was killed before Andrew, which meant that Lizzie and her older sister Emma would receive their father’s money.
Attila did not have any remorse for killing or any self-control when it came to the issue of murder. He was a man with a one-track mind, when he knew what he wanted he would do anything to get it, including killing as many people as needed. Though Attila was a very skilled fighter, he only knew his ways, he was a very weak force on foot. He excelled in fighting when or horseback or using his methods, including lasso. Wealth and gold very easily tempted Attila, he devastated the Rome to gain wealth and power.
Ripely feels like he is a nobody and has an overriding ambition to be somebody even if he has to fake it. Tom is insane or at least has some sort of mental disorder, in the movie after he kills Greenleaf he assumes his name, wears his clothes, cashes checks, and make phones call from the room. Ripley’s overreaching sense of belonging causes him to kill people who suspect the truth about him. Ripely want to be Greenleaf not because of Greenleaf’s personality but because of his money. The fact that Ripley kills people, shows that he knows himself that what he is doing illegal and wrong.
I am all forward with this statement, it would be horrid if they convicted people based on appearance, and accusations rather than based on evidence! For this reason it is a crime to put an innocent person to death. It is the same as murdering someone for no reason. The person gets tried for it but the court does not. They can just say it was a mistake and get away with it as if it wasn 't wrong.
Justice is never advanced in the taking of a human life… Time and time again we have witnessed the specter of mistakenly convicted people being put to death in the name of American criminal justice. However, it is not the intention of those who support capital punishment to kill those who are innocent. Even though it does not happen often, it still happens, but anything that has to do with humans there will be human errors that occur. As Austin Sarat says Many of those who fervently support capital punishment nonetheless worry about the risk of executing the innocent. Also on Gale Student Resources in Context, 2014 also commented on the innocent affect by the death penalty said …that the death penalty is an effective deterrent against those who would consider committing such a crime as murder, and that it is justifiable punishment for the taking of another innocent person’s life.
That girls should be in a stupid bliss so it wouldn’t affect them because they wouldn’t be able to do anything about it. Daisy and Tom’s love wasn’t real love because if it was he would have been there for his daughters birth instead of God knows with whom. F. Scott Fitzgerald portrays women as hopeless and better off being stupid so they wouldn’t process and realize that their husband didn’t really love them and that love is just a unrealistic dream. Further, a modern writer Zora Neale Hurston wrote in her short story about a married couple in a small community. Where the wife named Lena has an open affair in front of the town and her husband.
In this case, Dee Roberts didn’t except the plea because she knew that she was innocent and had not committed the crime. Therefore, I don’t think that it was appropriate for the prosecutor to try to threaten her to take the plea by saying that the court will prosecute her to the fullest extent of the law. I am sure that if Dee Roberts knew that she was guilty, then she would have took the plea. Especially,
Lennie has not raped anyone, but he still killed a innocent woman. George did the right thing to kill Lennie himself, so he would not be any more harm to other people, and so George would finally have the life he needs. Also Lennie cannot learn from his mistakes, so he is going to keep making them. To begin, Lennie obviously has mental problems and does not know what he is doing half the time. He has no business being around that
To the dutiful members of the jury, my team and I thank you for being a part of this painfully tedious process. It is up to you and your civic duty to establish the fate of this case and this man. We highly suggest that you listen to your heart, do you personally believe that this man should be exonerated? Should we allow a man, a creation of the slums and wittingly knows his way around a knife, walk free? There is no doubt that there’s a level of surmounting evidence that he is guilty, he has the track record of a criminal and it was about time that he would murder someone.
Exploring the world through the eyes of the anti hero Patrick Bateman, American Psycho exhibits a world in which society is centered around itself in such a scale that even a violent murderous psychopath goes unnoticed. Patrick Bateman is a narcissistic psychopath, who has no qualms about murdering homeless people, prostitutes, old women and even dogs, yet he seems like everyone else in the society. Everyone is so much alike that Bateman’s lawyer and even his colleague confuse him for someone else. In a country obsessed with American dream, director Mary Harron shows the grim reality of what happens once the dream is actualized. Bateman is a strange character.