(fbi.gov) Paolo Borsellino was also an anti-mafia magistrate, and is considered to be one of the most important people killed by the Sicilian Mafia. (salon.com) And within two weeks of the Maxi trial verdicts being announced, Falcone and Borsellino were bombed in 1992. (salon.com) Neither of them had intentions of being so highly involved in going against the Sicilian Mafia but once many of their colleagues were killed they couldn’t refuse. They are both considered to be heroes of the Maxi Trial. (historysheroes) The deaths of Falcone and Borsellino were a way for Cosa Nostra to show their power over them.
In the article “College Students Keep Dying Because of Fraternity Hazing. Why Is It So Hard to Stop?” by Katie Reilly, fraternity hazing and its dangers are discussed. First, Reilly states that across America fraternity hazing causes serious injuries and sometimes even death on college campuses. In her
In 1992 Stanfa started to plot against Merlino so he decided to by the saying “keep your friends close but your enemies closer”, and so he kept Merlino closer. The two were seen at social events as well as mob meetings together. Stanfo also inducted Merlino and 2 others into the Philadelphia Family as made members. After a while he decided to get rid of Merlino and to do this he had to move fast so he ordered a hit on Merlino but he and his friends were still alive in the summer of 1993. Stanfo’s second attempt was a drive by shooting where Ciancaglini was killed but Merlino still didn’t die because he was only shot in the rear
In the text, the plebes unify to protect Bentley and share the suffering as a group. In military scenarios, hazing can improve the stress tolerance of soldiers; even though Bentley is not a soldier, he perfectly exhibits this tolerance when he endured the Taming for numerous months. Looking at both perspectives in the issue, one can clearly see that, despite its negative effects, hazing presents a significant benefit to enduring an immense amount of stress. Hence, hazing becomes a necessity in society but only in certain
But the 21st of May created a major outburst, as the city had its first cancer death. To make matters worse, the victim was the head of the parish- the Honourable Mattia Bernardo. As the weeks flew by, the death toll raised to fifty. Rumours heated up, accusations towards Zucculini grew severe. At last, under Justice Dominique Brommel, the case was taken to Burnswick and Burnswick’s attorney of lawyers.
It happened during the abduction of Beli, Trujillo’s sister appears and told her that his sister is the Gangster’s wife. He said “there are two very large and capable officers are going to take you to a doctor, and after he’s cleaned out that toto podrido of yours there won’t be any left baby to talk about” (Diaz 141). It looks that he did not want that nobody knows about her relation with his brother in law and a lot less that the people know that he cheated on his sister. Also it could be observed that Trujillo did not want that nobody will damage his reputation. Trujillo was a Dictator and the President of Dominican Republic.
It all started when she was the one who begged her father to let her go to school. There is where she met Sinita, whose family was killed by Trujillo because of their involvement in the revolution. Sinita told her how terrible Trujillo is. “ I lay awake most of that night, thinking about Sinita’s brother and her uncles and her father and this secret of Trujillo that nobody but Sinita seemed to know about. (Alvarez, 19) “Trujillo, says Bartlett, was a very vain man.
Carlotta dies in a freak accident in 1962 and Bill who is presidential aspirant after serving as Florida governor now marries Frankie. Despite the façade of all is well things are set to become chaotic with incest on the cards. Judith’s son Rudyard, who is fathered by Bill falls for D’arcy Sheridan. Carlotta’s younger daughter Jade is planning to avenge her mother’s death, Judith now left a widow is creating new enemies with her vengeful and calculating plots. It is an excellent narrative of emotional interrelationships and complex familial wrangles that make for a great evening
Fefu, in shooting her husband 's now loaded gun with real slugs rather than blanks, creating the environment in which Julia dies (although confusingly the gun is not shot at Julia). This illusory death spawns a drastic change for Julia from life to death and the much needed discharge from her insanity. For Fefu, perhaps a redeeming act that has freed Julia and herself from the “judges”. Fefu and her friends is a witty play which helps the readers open their eyes to the reality women face. This play perfectly covers all aspects of issues women face till present