Heck Tate pleads his case by saying; “It ain’t your decision, Mr. Finch, it’s all mine. It’s my decision and my responsibility. For once, if you don’t see it my way, there’s not much you can do about it. If you wanta try, I’ll call you a liar to your face. Your boy never stabbed Bob Ewell… didn’t come near a mile of it and now you know it.
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.
Oedipus says he will attempt to try and solve the murder mystery of Laius because he wants to avenge Apollo and Laius at the same time, wants to break the plague and disease that has fallen upon Thebes by himself, and wants to figure out who was the murderer because he could attack Oedipus any moment. First Episode: Two examples of dramatic irony in Oedipus’ speech- “Such ties swear me to his side as if he were my father.” “If anyone is out to shield a guilty friend- guilty self?- he’d better listen to the penalties I plan.” Oedipus blames Tiresias of the murder of Laius (all except the actual event because of his blindness) because he insulted Thebes and some of its people, but also said he would rather sacrifice all of its people and let the city rot then tell who he believes killed Laius. Tiresias saying, “You see and still are blind,” means that he knows that Oedipus can literally see, but he is ‘blind’ to the fact that he is the murderer of Laius, but Oedipus is far too convinced it is someone else that he doesn’t realize it. This shows the emerging theme of sight against blindness because some know exactly what is happening, but some are too ‘high up’ to actually see what is
One way it could have been avoided was if the FBI never stared monitoring King and left him alone. If they did not monitor him, Hoover would have never became interested in him. Another way it could have been avoided was if they worked out an agreement at the meeting King set up. If there was an agreement maybe they would of became friends and worked together. In my own opinion the feud between Martin Luther King Jr. and J. Edgar Hoover was silly, worthless and made no impact to anyone after it ended.
Young couples are disappearing, only to turn up months later, mutilated. The daughter of a big drug guy goes missing, Kay knows that it is time to get the killer. Through the course of investigating things, she finds that these killings are tied to past brutal killings. Kay must track down a killer who knows how to eliminate clues just as well as Scarpetta can find them. "Cruel & Unusual" The fourth book in the series, Scarpetta is to autopsy Ronnie Waddell, a convicted killer after his execution.
Major H.W Smith then asked Mary if she knew this man and she said,” Before God, sir, I do not know this man, and have never seen him, and I did not hire him to dig a gutter for me.” This is obviously a lie that Louis Powell and Mary Surratt told to Major H.W. Smith. This proves that Mary Surratt had to be a large part of the plan if she was too afraid to tell the truth to a Major. There is a letter written by Booth claiming that Mary surratt was innocent. On the day of the murder, Booth ran into fellow actor John Matthews on the street and gave him a sealed letter for the National Intelligencer newspaper.
With this mindset, Macbeth becomes the one who takes the commanding role in the murder of Banquo, taking his own initiative by sending the murderers after his former friend and his son. It is no wonder then that after the confirmation of the murder of Banquo, the bloody apparition of his former friend coalesces upon his throne. Each time the ghost vanishes, Macbeth 's relief shows a man swinging from one state of mind to another, losing control of his reality as the “false face” that he uses begins to slip away with the guilt in his heart, and starts becoming that which his heart actually feels, as he had begun to act without debate with the murder of Banquo, immediately moving on to plotting against Macduff and murdering his entire
Even when he was personally attacked by an assassin.Reagan, even though he was shot and went into intensive surgery, he later forgave his would be the assassin and aren't we all called to forgive not seven but 77 times, meaning we should forgive everybody as many times necessary. Among other things, Reagan being president didn't help his image but rather opened him up to ridicule and harassment and as we know he even almost lost his life for the job, so why then did he do it. I think hge did it to bring back the american dream to help people remember and realize what it means to be in a countrywide unity that frowards everyone equally. AS men of servite we are called to help others through our unity and fraternity, and as a part of the fraternity at Servite, we forgive people all the time so that we can hold nothing against them, so it is easy to guide each other to our final goal with
As Far as I can remember, I always wanted to become a Pediatric Oncologist. A Pediatric Oncologist, is a doctor that takes care of adolescents that have been diagnosed with cancer. They’re in charge of the patient treatment plan depending on what cancer is being developed and what stage it is on. As an oncologist you’ll have to work at an agline pace, because you’ll have to be seeing your patient on a daily basis and as well evaluating them during each check up to see if the cancer spread or multiplied during the patient 's chemotherapy or radiation. You’ll also have to keep in mind that some of your patients will be kids, and some will be quite boisterous.
They meet a person named Jack Stapleton who is a relative of the Baskervilles. He wants to claim his right to the Baskerville hall and therefore he is also willing to kill someone. He is also the antagonist of the novel. In the end Holmes and Watson are able to trick Stapleton into a trap Holmes set up and they are able to rescue Henry Baskerville before Stapleton is able to kill him as well, like he did with Charles
“Just Mercy”, by Bryan Stevenson is a book about justice and redemption. In this book you learn a lot about the system and how they treat certain cases and people. Stevenson is a lawyer who works in the Equal Justice Initiative. Which is a non-profitable legal practice dedicated to defending those most desperate and in need: the poor, the wrongly condemned, and women and children trapped in the farthest reaches of our criminal justice system. One of his first cases was that of Walter McMillian, a young man who was sentenced to die for a notorious murder he insisted he didn’t commit.
Reverend Hale, End of Act 3 I had to leave the anteroom. I could not watch it - the innocent persecuted, their voices silenced. The methodology of that court- the accused were guaranteed death even before they took the stand. Yet Danforth, Harthorne and the townspeople could not see this corruption; even I was unaware ‘til this day. Omnipotent God, how could this happen?