First, Johnny does not have the right to murder anybody no matter how much they have hurt you. In addition, bob had jumped johnny in the past but that isn 't a really good reason to kill someone. In the book it says “I killed him, “ I killed bob the handsome soc”. At that moment none of them were doing anything to
Many people believe that George is guilty because he and Lennie could have gotten away but, George is innocent because he also knew that if he did not kill lennie he would suffer when Curley got to him. “You don 't know that Curley, Curley gonna wanna get him lynched Curley will get him killed’’Steinbeck. In this quote Candy explains to George that if Curley finds Lennie he will have him killed. George knew that if he didn 't kill Lennie, he would have to suffer before he died. George is innocent, he knew that Lennie would get in trouble again or be made to suffer and the dream would never come true.
Even before Bryan Stevenson started representing people on death row, he was opposed to capital punishment. To him, the act of killing someone who is found guilty of murder only to demonstrate that killing is wrong, does not make logical sense. He believes that the death penalty is a punishment rooted in hopelessness and anger. It’s because of his moral and religious background that he believes no one is just a crime, we are more than the worst thing we’ve ever done. According to Stevenson, capital punishment in America is a lottery.
Harry Howard Holmes should not be classified as a psychopath, regardless of the fact he killed people and was arrested for insurance fraud. However, there are many other reason to why he is absolutely a psychopath. Even though he finished medical school, did not keep trophies from his past murders, and confessed to his crimes, Holmes is a psychopathic murderer. Money is the biggest reason to all of his crimes that lead to him eventually being diagnosed with a Psychopathic disorder. Holmes is not a psychopath.
Many people believe George was justified in killing someone very close to him, his best friend, Lennie because he would have had a slow, painful death if he had not. Others believe he was not justified in killing him. Just because he was George’s best friend did not give him any reason to shoot him. Lennie is a person that is childish, a little slow, and irresponsible adult. George is his caretaker that is responsible, caring, and a wiry person.
“To take a life when a life has been lost is revenge, not justice.” -Desmond Tutu. This quote suggests why sentencing one to death after they have taken the life of another is not solving the problem. At most, it is helping to catalyze the grief and loathing towards those who have made mistakes. Although this idea may be impenetrable to those in mourning, it applies to both the most innocent and guilty individuals. For this reason, in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, George should not be punished for killing Lennie because George being forced to decide to either kill his friend, watch other men kill him, or continue running away for the rest of his life is his punishment, he had Lennie's best interest in mind, and Lennie would keep making the same mistakes and identical events to this one would only continue to occur.
The second reason the American police system needs to stop police brutality is because They kill black people for no reason, When a black man reach for his license and registration like the officer told him to , They can 't just assume that they are reaching for a arm force. In fact “If we have a shooting, we end up assuming that it had to be racial,” (lowery 3)They have to the best they can to enforce rules that will stop police brutality. The last reason the American police system need to stop police brutality is they people they kill is innocent. In fact “No one cares for black communities more than black people themselves,”(kunter 2) Why would they target innocent people that have families they have to care for or have big responsibilities. People like Eric Garner were innocent and shouldn 't have got their life taken.
Roger chose to torture the boys, and eventually he chose to kill Piggy. The experience of the island pulled something ugly out of him specifically, but in all the ways that matter, he was fully aware and in control of his choice to murder another person. The other murder, Simon’s, is different in that no one person chose to kill the boy. No one in particular summoned the malice to beat him to death, but the group as a whole lost their individual values and assimilated into the group. Chapter 2 of Opening Skinner’s Box explains that people abandon their core beliefs in order to satisfy some primal need to conform.
‘Lennie begged, “Le 's do it now. Le 's get that place now.”’ George concurs, places the Luger on the back of Lennie’s head, and shoots him. One of the most controversial aspects of George Steinbeck 's novel Of Mice and Men, was the death of Lennie by his friend’s hands. Many believe that George murdered him in Lennie’s best interest, yet many others believe that George was being selfish and with his act, removed the burden of Lennie. However, George was completely justified in murdering Lennie as he had no other choice if he wanted what’s best for his friend and the world at large.
Lennie had to be held accountable, and the way George killed him was the most humane way that it could have been done. With Lennie’s death, George was free from the responsibility of Lennie and was now able to live the life he had previously talked of. Despite ridding George of one burden, Lennies death now left George with the burden of killing a man, whom was also his best friend. It is likely that after the moment George wouldn’t have stuck around the ranch long and may have lived his life riddled with guilt over killing Lennie. Evidently the text Of mice and men is a good example of the idea that a moment changes all.