The two juvenile delinquents were also the ones censurable for the homicide of Luis Cruz, using the weapon identified by Paul Fisher, Erik’s younger brother, to be a blackjack. Additionally, Erik and his previous myrmidon, a miscreant by the name of Vincent Castor, are proscribed for visually impairing Paul Fisher at a young age. According to the novel, Luis Cruz was, “killed by Arthur Bauer, on orders from Erik.” Undoubtedly, Erik is outlined as a mischievous troublemaker. Furthermore, it is also axiomatic that Erik has a rather violent temperament. For instance, he attempts to injure Paul Fisher on a multitude of occasions.
Twain writes, "Old man," said the young one, "I reckon we might double-team it together; what do you think?”(Twain 132). The King and the Duke were two con men who would team up, and they would cheat gullible people for their money and land. They would put ideas together to think as one, and they would pretend to be people they are not, to get money. The Duke and the King finally got caught for stealing money and property from innocent people, and the two con men got what they deserved. In the novel, Twain writes,” ...as they went by I see they had the King and the Duke astraddle of a rail--that is, I knowed it was the King and the Duke, though they was all over tar and feathers, and didn’t look like nothing in the world that was human--just looked like a couple monstrous big soldier-plumes”(Twain 242).
In an article about Bonnie and Clyde by Jennifer Rosenberg, a journalist for thoughtco.com, states that Bonnie and Clyde went throughout the United States stealing things that were very valuable including cars, license plate plant and things like money from the local banks(Rosenberg). Bonnie and Clyde along with their gangs took things like License plates so that when the Police are looking for them, Clyde and his brother are usually the ones that handles all the stealing and all the robbing from other fellow
While getting interviewed Jay says that he helped Adnan get to track practice and dig a hole for Hae’s body (7-8). This proves that Jay assisted Adnan in murdering Hae and that they were both involved in the crime. In episode two of Serial the state claims that Adnan is the one that did it. Sarah states on behalf of the state “And the motive the State supplied, the basis for the whole thing, was that after Hae broke up with Adnan, he couldn’t accept it. He was so wounded by her, and so furious, that he decided to kill her” (21).
To do what we did.”(114) Capote deepens the divide between the pair by showing Perry’s haunting remorse of his acts and Dick’s utter glee at the proposition of gruesomely ending the lives of innocents for his own gain. Though the two are such contrasting characters it seems that the two would be the types to commit such an act as heinous as murdering a family in their own home for a sum of fifty dollars. A psychiatric evaluation of the two by Dr. Mitchell W. Jones reveals that Dick showed signs of “emotional abnormality” which likely would have been sparked by brain damage inflicted on him from a car accident in his childhood. Prior to the accident Dick was a fantastic student and athlete with potential for a future. Perry, however, was done in by his upbringing and life before the massacre.
The trials of Sacco and Vanzetti goes on about how they were falsely executed for murdering a guard and armed robbery because of their immigrant background . After the murderers escaped the scene with the money the police searched a garage to claim a car it was connected to. Sacco and Vanzetti were arrested because victims said it was two Italian men who committed the crime but neither of them had previous trouble with the law. No one really know if they did it because witnesses only said there was two Italian men who did it when any Italian could’ve been a suspect. This trial shows that the 1920’s were prejudiced against certain ethnic group, specifically Italians.
He was being cruel when he had shot Kate because she distracting him by telling him Artkin was his father. As a result, Miro got away after killing Kate, he killed a man and stole car so he could go to Boston. He headed to Boston so that he could find other country men.
What Jack did appears to be murder, Jack’s unlawful actions is the crime he committed . The definition of “Crime” according to The Oxford American Desk Dictionary and Thesaurus is an illegal, shameful or evil act. What Jack did is an illegal, shameful, and evil act, but is it enough to say that although, he did commit a crime, despite his age, he should be charged because if he is capable to “run” a group of rowdy boys and has a belligerent mind set. Jack indeed killed two people, his victims being Piggy and Simon. He many not have killed Simon alone but he did attack Simon and he plays an important role in this case, he’s the one that influenced them to do
O’Connor’s trait of violence is used throughout to reveal the corrupt and criminal world that emanates the need for salvation. The violence that we do not get to see for ourselves are the crimes the Misfit committed before the story began. The story begins with the grandmother telling Bailey to “read here what it says he did to these people’” (O’Connor 575). These crimes are violent murders that the Misfit committed beforehand. This displays the criminal world that we live in.
After the rebellion the James brothers teamed up with Bloody Bill’s Gang and Robert Ford's Gang. Together, they went and tried to rob a man on his stagecoach, but they accidentally killed two innocent people, thus the people creating a reward for their gangs, dead or alive. (Biography.com 1) Jesse (By himself), stole over two hundred thousand dollars in total. While teamed up, Jesse proclaimed that he was a “Modern Robin Hood” by giving what they stole to the poor. (Pbs.org
On the way to Chet’s house, Frank and Joe barely avoided a speeding car that eventually crashed. The two crimes were thought to have been committed by the same thief, because the thief was seen to have worn a red wig during his crime spree. Frank and Joe Hardy found that the jalopy was hidden in the woods of Bayport. Right when Frank and Joe Hardy found the car, they heard that the Tower Mansion has been robbed. Frank and Joe made a connection that it must have been the same thief.
“Show me a hero and I 'll write you a tragedy”. In his novel, The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald does just that; taking a successful businessman and putting a bullet in him. However this isn’t a spontaneous murder. It could have been prevented which raises the question; Who is to blame for this moral lapse in judgment? Obviously George Wilson, the person who pulled the trigger but how about Daisy Buchanan who lied to George to get “off the hook”?
Kyle Lisboa Jack the Ripper is the best known as an anonymous serial killer on the go in the largely poor regions in and around the Whitechapel area in London in 1888. The name came from a letter mad by someone saying they he is the murderer that was extensively written about in the media. The document is generally thought to have been fraud, and could have been printed by journalists in an effort to intensify curiosity in the article and increase their newspaper 's spread. Within the crime case records as well as concurrent editorial accounts as the killer was named "the Whitechapel Murderer" as well as "Leather Apron". Attacks credited to Jack the Ripper characteristically involved female prostitutes who lived and worked in the poor areas
John Collins wrote some sentence on defendant friend’s car windscreen “Move your car ASAP” which was parked in front of plaintiff house. Defendant had an argument with plaintiff why she did that but instead of getting answer somehow he involved in the dispute at the level that he assault and injured plaintiff. s17 (1)(b) & s17 (2) of the Summary Offences Act 1966 (Vic), Act and section was breached. The issue in dispute is mainly plaintiff was assaulted and injured by defendant. Plaintiff had more evidence than defendant who was actually present at the incident place where it all happens.
In the story ¨The Cask of Amontillado¨ by Edgar Allan Poe is a powerful story about revenge that takes readers into the mind of a murderer. Montresor is a perfect example of an unreliable narrator because he was capable of burying Fortunato into a vault. He vows revenge on Fortunato for an insult. He can’t be trusted, even if he’d be lying about Fortunato’s death. Fortunato´s name means ¨fortunate¨ which in reality, he didn 't really turn out that way.