Officer Neil Gardner was the first on scene and exchanged gunfire with Eric, who shot out a window at the school entrance. When Gardner was no longer in gunfire with Eric, he reported shots were fired over his radio and all other available units were then notified. Many students and teachers called 911 throughout the hour. The seven minutes between 11:29 and 11:36 a.m. is when Eric and Dylan carried out their most brutal actions of the hour, the attack on the 56 students and staff hiding in the library. They both approached the library doors, instructing the people hiding to get up, but no one moved.
Yet when compared the Army it was paradise. “It forced me to grow up very quickly...two days later talking about actually learning all the different ways to kill people.” Eventually he started becoming used to it and all the violence became less disturbing. Yet, that first call from home made everyone lose it. The drill sergeants would give everyone a pep talk beforehand and would mockingly as “You a tough guy right? Yeah you’re a tough guy, don’t worry.
In sorry, wrong number the women that was on the phone was murdered by her husband. In sorry, wrong number they don’t have kids and she is alone in her house. Mrs. Stevenson is alone in her house, she made left to go to bed in her own home. She called her made 200pd women. The story is a horrifying and a mystery for the reader.
In conclusion Ishmael was going insane because he was alone he had no one to talk to and he couldn’t sleep at all. The second most important scene in “a long way gone” is when ishmael was capture by the army and ishmael becomes this kid that has no feelings he was just like a killing machine.This is an important moment in the memoir because now ishmael knows the other side of the story that most of the soldiers were taking drugs that’s why they were like killing machines. One quote from the book that exemplifies this aspect of the book is “in the daytime instead of playing soccer in the village square, i took turns at the guarding post around the village, smoking marijuana and sniffing brown cocaine mixed with gunponder. (121) This quote is important because it shows the reader what they were giving them to stay awake and don’t feel anything, it also shows what ishmael had
Elie is scared when he says, “My father just received several blows across the face for asking where the restroom was”(39). Once Schlomo (Elie’s Father) received several blows across the face, he overcame that obstacle by working hard the next few hours until bedtime came. He was scarred both mentally and physically by this occurrence. He did not let this roadblock, or obstacle, stop him. It’s a good example when Elie says, “It’s over, God is no longer with us, but the march continued to go on”(76).
In that time period nothing was said about it. In today’s society she would be considered insane or mental and would be taken away and put into a facility for mental people. She also kills Homer Baron, who is her “husband” supposedly. Everyone in town is suspicious, but no one really thinks anything of it because she goes out and buys a toilet set and men’s suit for Homer. They just believe they are now married.
President Snow is the supreme ruler of Panem , his age is unknown as is how he rose to power . It is also unknown whether he was alive during the first Hunger games and if he had contributed to its construction . President Snow is a sadistic and domineering man who does not hesitate to quell even the tiniest hint of a rebellion . He is not above threatening a 16 year old girl to secure her submission and the continuity of his reign . During his visit to Katniss in Catching Fire (2009) he ,himself, admits that his rule is "fragile"(22), and that any spark of rebellion left unattended "may grow to an inferno that destroys Panem" ( 23), due to the unapologetic savagery of the Capitol , therefore harsh punishment must be dealt swiftly .in order to intimidate the people into submission .
Through it all, she has always been strong until George her second son allegedly commits suicide when he jumps off the cliff at Charity’s Point. The police quickly conclude that the man killed himself but Mrs. Gresham says that she knows her son would never take his own life. As Brady begins to investigate the prep schoolteacher who comes with a squeaky-clean history, he begins to unearth some dark secrets. George Gresham may not have taken his life but he sure has many secrets. The Dutch Blue Error is the delightful second novel in the series that has Brady trying to resolve a murder by finding the world’s rarest stamp.
Corrie, who is battling influenza, and thirty-four others are taken first to the prison in Haarlem and then to Gestapo headquarters in the Hague. Six people remain safely hidden in the hiding place, although the Gestapo threatens to starve them out. The Beje group is sent to Scheveningen Prison, although everyone but Corrie, Betsie and Father are later released. After ten days at Scheveningen, Father is taken to a hospital where he dies. Corrie knows none of this, however, because she is in solitary confinement.
The townspeople believed that Emily may have intentions to kill herself. With concern in the back of their mind, no one said anything when missing Emily bought the lethal poison arsenic. When trying to purchase the arsenic, Miss Emily gave no reason to possessing the poison. When confronted about the reason for the purchase, she made no attempt to give a reason and kept completely silent. When Miss Emily arrived home “she opened the package at home there was written on the box, under the skull and bones: "For rats."
These bruise marks that were found on Walter were believed to be fatal. In addition, they also condemned her for providing false accounts on the events that took place prior to the incident. She was held responsible for the death of Walter, and despite the fact that Sabrina was only a teenager at the time; the judge and the court sentenced her to sustain lethal injection. Sabrina Butler did not testify at the trail. With the aids from her mother and a volunteer lawyer, Sabrina prepared an appeal with the Supreme Court of Mississippi on several bases two years later.
A three months pregnant teenager was declared dead after her mysterious collapse at her home in Honduras. Her family members called a priest believing she was possessed by an evil spirit when they saw the teenager fell unconscious and foaming at her mouth. Relatives of Neysi Perez, 16, said that the teenager woke up in the night to use the toilet when they saw her passed out after hearing a gunfire outside. They recall that the priest who came tried to exorcise Perez but became unresponsive. They rushed the teenager to the nearest hospital but was pronounced dead by the doctors three hours later.
I have found no information about his father, but his mother Janice Blair only finished 9th grade and is believed to suffer from a psychological disorder. My sources don’t state a specific disorder. Crime and poverty is the only thing Terry and his family knew. At age 17, Terry’s mother shot and killed her drug-dealing boyfriend, but she was only sentenced to five years’ probation and psychiatric care. His half brother, Walter Blair, was paid $6,000 to a rape victim so she couldn’t
He was a perfectly normal healthy tennager, that was up intill he got sent to the concentration camps. "To fast could mean a more certain dealth. In this place, we were always fasting. It was Yom Kippur year-round. But there were those who said we should fast, precisely because it was dangerous to do so"(Wiesel
the night of the last day before 1749 BCE. She was going to make dinner for that night and drug the Kings food with a herbal medicine of drowsiness that she requested the royal doctor made himself. That night as she was preparing the most essential part of her plan, he convicts her getting everything else ready. Later that night as they were eating , just the two of them, she waited in anticipation for the medicine to take effect. When it finally did and the king fell asleep she and her team dragged him into a cell in the basement where no one could hear him scream for his life.