From the British side it was said that the attack was made by men who are armed with heavy clubs and snowballs being thrown at them which put lives in imminent danger. Some from the crowd yelled out “damn your bloods-why don’t you fire.” Right after four soldiers fired one after another. The mob ran away except the three men who instantly died in which Mr. Gray was one of those. One more dead and three dangerously wounded and fore slightly
I think that the British soldiers acted in self defense during the Boston Massacre. The colonists were threatening and provoking the soldiers by shouting vulgarly, beating people with clubs, and throwing rocks covered in snow, so I believe that the soldiers had a right to fight for their lives. Just take a moment to imagine the Boston massacre, it’s late at night and people are tired and confused. The colonists are shouting “Fire and be damned, who cares! Damn you, you dare not fire,” (Exhibit B) and the British soldiers are ready to defend but don’t know what’s going on.
The Boston Massacre Many historians believe that Captain Thomas Preston ordered his men to shot the American colonists of Boston. However, there is evidence that proves this statement to not be true. On March 5, 1770, an altercation broke out in Boston between a British sentry and a group of American colonists. When British troops converged on the scene, an angry mob formed and began yelling insults and pelting them with snowballs and debris. The American colonists were done being treated like they were still part of Great Britain.
In 1770, the first real battle between the colonists and British soldiers took place in Boston, Massachusetts. An armed clash like this was waiting to happen from the moment the British troops arrived in Boston. Brawls were a common occurrence between the British soldiers and the colonists, who were constantly taunting and insulting the troops. The Boston Massacre started when a crowd of about 60 colonists surrounded the British soldiers guarding the customs house. The colonists began throwing snowballs and rocks at the troops.
Today the bloody massacre happend in boston. There was a group of protesters throwing snowballs, sticks, and stones at a squad of British soldiers. They responded by shooting into the riot of people. The event ended up killing 3 people and right now they say that 8 others are wounded. The presence of the British in Boston is becoming more and more unwelcome.
Nelly's father got up off the ground and picked Noyes up and began to punch him rapidly. Noyes began to fight back, as Camden pulled out a knife and attempted to stab Noyes, but he evaded it, only catching a slim cut on the arm. However, Camden came right back with a backhand dropping the knife, and leaving Noyes facvedown on the ground. Camden and Nelly were leaving the shed, as Camden shot a barrel of gunpowder, causing a massive blast. Noyes was left inside the burning shed, trying to gain the strength to stand up.
While walking back to Gutman’s home, Wilmer Cook has two pistols pointed at Sam Spade. Without thinking Spade turns around and pulls Cooks coat over his shoulder and snatches the gun. The last way Spade shows his masculinity is by slapping Cairo for trying to put his hand on Brigid. After Brigid slaps Cairo for getting an attitude with him, he rears back to slap her back. Spade steps in and grabs him before he has a chance to and violently slap Cairo multiple time back.
Traditionally, the ones who did the most damage were in the wrong. This time, I don’t believe that rule applies. The colonists cost themselves their own lives. On March 5 of 1770, many colonists were hectically causing trouble and being rude to the British soldiers in ways such as throwing rocks and ice balls. The colonists noisy and chaotic rioting ultimately led to a soldier being knocked over and the British shifting into panic.
Almost every single child in Westeros and the world of The Walking Dead is insane. They 've all been warped by the world they 're living in, causing them to lose grip of reality and spark some incredibly dangerous situations. Joffrey was the most obvious child psychopath in Thrones, waving his crossbow around at anyone he saw, dishing out the big talk, but when confronted with a major problem head-on, the Boy King simply couldn 't deal with it. That 's a similar attitude to Ron in The Walking Dead. He 's pointing his gun at Carl, firing verbal shots at him, threatening his life, but the second Carl fights back, he 's instantly on the back foot.
It was March fifth when a large group of people cornered a group of soldiers. The mob was not very nice in its threats and throwing of snowballs, rocks and debris at the soldiers. They even hit one of the soldiers hard enough to drop him to the ground. Despite the lack of any order to open fire, the soldiers fired into the crowd and hit eleven people. Three civilians died at the scene and two followed afterwards.