but he knew Hoyt didn’t. After Hoyt smoked he was out of it, then when he woke back up he saw the two men and one girl in the alley way, he made Alonzo stop the car and he got out. Alonzo turned around and just watched as Hoyt handled the situation. Hoyt saved this 14 year- old from possibly getting raped. Because he knew what he saw going on in the alley wasn’t normal and he could tell something was wrong.
This reveals the bias of the manhunt as the German conspirator had never meant to do any harm to anyone and willingly revealed the conspiracy information. He had not supported the Confederate cause as strongly as the other conspirators and therefore did not feel a strong repugnance toward the Union that murder seemed immoral. Atzerodt was threatened with accusations to carry out the terrible deed, but he made no attempt at all to murder Johnson due to his cowardice. Therefore, it appears to be unjust that he was condemned with the felony of attempted assassination, which he had never committed or ever wanted to effectuate. In addition, Atzerodt’s role in the conspiracy was extremely insignificant compared to that of Mudd’s and other associates in Booth’s underground tunnel escape route.
It is said “We’ll just say they walked into your ambush. Don 't sweat that. All the higher-ups want is bodies.” (315). This is said when one man asked what they were to do if they kill the men even though they are not supposed to be in that place.
In regards to ethical and moral decisions for those who commit crimes, there are multiple factors that can determine what the most appropriate verdict should be. In scenario three, a man has been convicted of armed robbery to serve time in prison, and admits guilt for the deed. The man pleas that he will not commit any crimes again, and is not a danger to society. He claims that he and his wife are expecting a child, and that going to jail would be detrimental to the future of his wife and children. Based on the information given, it is evident that there will be difficulties in making a final decision that will determine this man’s fate.
According to international law ,Truman should suffer life in prison for the crimes of using WMD and exterminating the Japanese people at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. If a murderer of 200,000 civilians is not considered a war criminal, then no one ever was and no one will ever be considered a war criminal. If the murder of 200,000 goes unnoticed, even celebrated then we have no right to call for justice. We initiated the international laws so that no man regardless of power or hierarchy can escape justice, and so I ask you to abide by the rules that we created and convict Truman of manslaughter, extermination, and inhumane acts against the civilians of Hiroshima and
When he tells Andy about Elmo Blatch it gives Andy hope, because he can use Tommy as a witness to prove his innocence and eventually be free from the prison without having to continue his hole behind the wallpaper. Tommy brought unrealistic hope to Andy because when the Warden discovers Tommy’s story he immediately wants Tommy checked out. Officer Hadley takes out Tommy as instructed by the Warden and it leaves Andy with no proof of Elmo Blatch’s existence. The Warden made sure Tommy had no way of taking Andy away from him because Andy was laundering money for him and he knew the money would be safe as long as Andy was present in the prison. Of course the Warden would want Andy there because Andy was making him so much more money than before, illegal or not.
While the test subjects did in fact consent to the experiment via documents, they developed this false understanding through the experiment that they could not leave at any time, that “there was no way out”. During this time period, there were no existing laws that this experiment violated but it did pave the way for several to be introduced. For example, in the consent form it stated that the prisoners would not experience physical harm, but several days later they were brutally beaten by the guards. A few scenarios such as this one would be considered illegal with today’s legal system. One law that was created after this required federal prisons to separate minors awaiting trial from adults to avoid them suffering from abuse.
“Holler if you need anything” he had said which convinced Jeannette to go up the stairs. Then when she came back down from the man’s apartment telling her father that the man attacked her he exclaimed “I’m sure he just pawed you some… I knew you could handle yourself”. This is a turning point for Rex and Jeannette’s relationship. I believe Jeannette starts to lose faith in her father and starts to believe that he isn’t going to protect her. Maybe she shouldn’t be Rex Walls only supporter
Unlike my mother, my father would give a child a second chance. He would talk to children instead of punishing them. I remember being expelled from middle school; my father and I talked about the problem instead of disagreeing. On the other hand, my mother demands respect, and she spanked me for being expelled from
Finally, Bryon was right for turning Mark in because Mark was putting the whole household at risk. Mark had his drugs under his mattress in Bryon and his house (Hinton 145). This put everyone in the house at risk because someone could break in to get Mark’s drugs or money as people start to recognize what kind of business he is doing. Some people may argue that Bryon’s decision was wrong because he and Mark were best friends.
but I wanted to go in with Brendan, the police wouldn 't let me." Investigators pulled Brendan Dassey out of class to question him without his parent 's permission. In the US if you do anything with a minor you have to have parental/guardian consent you want to take their picture at a public event a waiver has to get signed if you want to quote them and an article about something they 're doing someone has to approve it Brendan does his mother had absolutely no idea some of the questions he was being asked by investigators because they had
Would you be okay with getting blamed on killing someone and going to jail? This story is interesting because Jay might be the killer of Hae. Adnan Syed is supposably the killer of Hae. Adnan Syed is innocent of the murder of Hae because he doesn’t remember what he did that day and he had no motive. Adnan didn’t have no reason to kill her.
It is impossible to content a witness by showing his bias under the Rule just as it was impossible to do so before their adoption. Here Ehle 's testimony about the prison gang certainly made the existence of Mills bias towards the people more