Vigilantism In Man Accused By Agatha Christie

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Vigilantism is justice taken upon those who did wrong by someone other than law enforcement. Agatha Christie uses vigilantism in ATTWN to showcase the deception found in her story. An example of vigilantism in ATTWN, is when Justice Wargrave took the law into his hands and decided be the judge, jury, and executioner. I believe this because the author wrote” I was restrained and hampered by my innate sense of justice. The innocent must not suffer.” (Christie) An example of vigilantism in Man Accused in Vigilante Case Charged With Murder is “Police also say Hernandez remorsefully admitted to the shooting, saying he only wanted to make a citizen 's arrest.” (Trujillo) These vigilantes are similar because they both believe in their own way they
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