In this crtical review, we are going to discuss a movie, which is directed by Jose Padilha, entitled “ RoboCop ”. This movie is about a Detroit policeman named Alex Murphy has been chosen for the man-in-a-machine program after he injured in a car bomb explosion. The story began when a host named Patrick started his show “ The Novak Element ” which support the mechanized crime control in the world. The show pointed out that only United States was not under high security with droids from multinational conglomerate OmniCorp. In Tehran, Novak’s reporters and camera crews observed the job of droids.
Introduction The key ethical issues that were presented in this case study were quality control, lack of customer care, responsiveness, and harming the customer. The Johnson and Johnson case may have been seen as a turning point due to many things the company did right. However, there were many ethical issues in this case which will be explored more throughout this paper. Background The situation that was presented to us occurred in September of 1982, where seven people in the Chicago area were killed when they ingested Tylenol, a painkiller produced by Johnson and Johnson. The Tylenol that ended up killing the seven had been laced with cyanide, but the extent of the damage and whether it was internal or external was not known for several weeks.
Operation Northwoods was an operation inside the Department of Defence and the Joint Chiefs of Staff. this was similar to the incident of February 1898 when 266 U.S. sailors were killed on a battleship in Havana, this sparked the Spanish-American war. The Joint Chiefs of Staff were in the driving seat of the operation and it was heavily taken on by the chairman Lyman Lemnitzer. The proposal was presented to Secretary of State Robert
Included in the cabinet, the Ohio Gang, also the president’s poker-playing cronies, soon caused a great deal of embarrassment. Harding appointed Charles Evans Hughes as secretary of state and Herbert Hoover the secretary of commerce. Andrew Mellon was the secretary of treasury, however, he was later found guilty of bribery and became the first American to be convicted of a felony while holding a cabinet post. His corrupt friends used their offices to become wealthy and Charles R. Forbes, the head of the Veterans Bureau, was caught illegally selling government and hospital supplies to private companies. Colonel Thomas W. Miller, the head of the Office of Alien Property, was caught taking a bribe.
One of those killers, who easily outran Jack the Ripper is Herman Webster Mudgett, better known as H. H. Holmes, who bought and renovated a building in Chicago thus transforming it into a hotel where he killed foreigners, mainly women but also men and children during the World 's Columbian Exposition in 1893. “Trough his precise number of victims will never be known- estimates range into the hundreds- it seems certain that, at very least, he murdered nine people over a period of years” (Schechter, 414) Furthermore, JTR (Jack the Ripper) is not the only serial killer that was never caught and communicated with the police. The so-called Zodiac killer, who was active in 1960s-1970s and killed at least 5 people and also kept contact with the police “The Zodiac’s dialog with investigators and the media involved telephone calls and many untraceable letters that teased police and the public with cipher messages. At least twice the killer telephoned the police to report the slayings.” (Guillen, 2002) One might think JTR is so famous because of his brutality, yet nearly no one knows the story of Fritz Harmann who slaughtered 24 boys
Johnson & Johnson product sabotage "Tylenol" in America in 1982, in Chicago, United States. With the advent of terrorism cases in the US is sabotaging the product "Tylenol" were given a mixture of toxins, and cause as many as seven (7) people were killed, and feared 100 million Americans will experience similar events. PR with a swift and full support of the management company, is the alarm clock with the media to- well. During the crisis, a PR decision is based on the principles of social business responsibility, which makes the role of PR to be very effective. In the company of Johnson & Johnson, Lawrence G. Foster as vice president of public relations, which is directly responsible to the chairman and CEO, immediately set up a committee of strategies to deal with such cases.
“Medicine, Malice and Monopoly”- this is what the documentary Fire In The Blood by Dylan Mohan Gray talks about. The film was shot across four continents and focuses on the destruction and mass killing that was caused by intentional obstruction caused by Antiretroviral Drugs or the ARVs used for the treatment of HIV from reaching the common people. This monopoly of the Western Pharmaceutical companies was empowered by the patent monopolies and the government doing their bidding. This movie covers the views of the former US president Bill Clinton, intellectual property activist James Love, global health reporter Donald McNeil, HIV treatment activist Zackie Achmat, pioneering generic drugmaker Yusuf Hamied, former Pfizer executive Peter Rost and many more people. The movie is very much impactful as it exposes the reality of the Western Pharmaceutical companies of how they use the patent law to keep the profit exceptionally high at the expense of people’s lives.
So what’s the issue behind this? Some of the facts were conducted concerning anabolic steroids. In1976 - The International Olympic Committee (IOC) took the action of banning the use of steroids. Also, in 1987 - The National Football League started to test the players whether they consume steroids or not. In addition, in January 11, 2008 - Marion Jones was sentenced for six months since he lied to the investigators about using these drugs.
Introduction The Ford Pinto Car was introduced to the market in 1968 with a gas tank placed between the rear axle and the rear bumper, which makes it very sensitive to explode from accidents even at low speeds. “More than two dozen people were killed or injured in Pinto fires before the company issued a recall to correct the problem” (Bazerman and Tenbrunsel 2011). Ford company adopted the utilitarian approach, by analysing each action taken separately and therefore, valuing the human life and safety in monetary terms. In return, Kant’s ethics of duties should be applied to this case. According to Kant, “categorical imperative” should be applied for every moral issue, and maxims are developed to guide our decisions.
Oskar wanted to visualise the death of his father. Therefore, he employed some details to construct his theories. For example, he saw pictures of people jumping from the World Trade Center. Some of the most tragical pictures of the tragedy are the pictures of people who jumped or fell from the World Trade Center before it collapsed. The horrible thing was, people in the building were unable to flee after the crash.