Murder is an unforgivable and unthinkable crime. On May of 1924, two young boys kidnapped and murdered 14 year old Bobby Franks by asphyxiation and repeated blunt force trauma to the head. It was a ruthless killing. Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb were the first known people to murder for thrill, causing nationwide terror during The Great Depression.
If a person is a multiple time offender they obviously have not learned their lesson and are unfit for the rest of society. Addolfo Davis began his spree of crime starting at the age of eight years old. By the age of ten Davis had graduated to armed robbery. When he was barely fourteen, Davis took part in a crime that the courts found so evil that he was sentenced to life without parole (Trymaine). Davis was the creation of a broken family.
One cannot expect him to learn to control his emotions and find a way to cope with the neglect he feels as an outsider to society. Therefore, when he meets a boy who mocks him for being ugly, and finds him to be of relation to Victor, he unintendedly murders William as he cannot control his rage. His self-preservation and growing condescension for society rationalizes his actions. Victor yet again fails the monster, as he is absent and unable to provide a moral compass for the creature. A serial killer is often defined as someone who murders three or more in at least three or more separate events (Mitchell& Aamodt).
Introduction: “Twelve Angry Men” a play in jury room in The United States in 50’s written by Reginald Rose is a story about an eighteen year boy from the ghetto who is on trial for the murder of his abusive father. A jury of twelve men is locked in the deliberation room to choose the fate of the young boy. If all facts are against the boy and he is considered guilty they will send him to die in the electric chair. This play turned into a movie in 1957 the producer was Henry Fonda he played the lead role. Stakeholders of the movie: The Judge and the 12 Jurors are the stakeholders of the movie these people are from same country having different backgrounds.
In these two critically-acclaimed movies, government ignorance is explored in distinct ways. In 12 Angry Men, a jury of 12 men is sent to determine the fate of an 18-year-old slum-raised Latino boy accused of stabbing his father to death. A guilty verdict means an automatic death sentence. In Beasts of the Southern Wild we are taken on an adventure alongside Hushpuppy, an African-American six-year old, who lives on a poverty-stricken island called the Bathtub and whose father’s tough love prepares her for a harsh world. As completely opposite as these two perspectives seem, each represents opposing sides of social injustice and ultimately deliver similar messages.
In the year 1960, a hard-working young man had saved up $5,000 and started his own investment firm. Forty-eight years later, that same man was imprisoned for 150 years for running an elaborate Ponzi scheme. The scandal was the largest pyramid scheme in history, and its operator became one of the most infamous figures of the time. This man, Bernard Madoff, who was at one time a hard-working individual, eventually gave into human nature, specifically greed, and became a monster. Greed is an evil that turns people into slaves of their own desires.
Derek is an extremely clever and charismatic student, but he has been influenced by his father 's racism. After an African-American drug dealer kills his father, Derek is drawn into a white supremacist neo-Nazi group. He was lured and used by Cameron, the actual controller, and Cameron makes Derek a symbol and hero of the group. There he commits several criminal acts and eventually serves three years for killing two black men for carjacking. Derek goes through some incidents in prison including being victimized by a white-supremacist group and befriending a black coworker.
Celebrity-obsessed privileged teens who were caught breaking into celebs mansions and stealing millions of dollars worth of valuables was the story of "The Bling Ring". The group all started from four high school teen 's with different backgrounds but same motives. Rebecca whom was the leader of the group of teen 's. Played a major part in the crimes these students begin to act on. Marc on the other end, was new to the school an very quiet because of his self-esteem. He became friends with Rebecca whom is very popular in his new school.
More than 2,000 kids are kidnapped a day according to the national center for missing and exploited Children. In the story “The Ransom of Red Chief” the author O’ Henry tells the story of two men that kidnap a 10 year old boy named Johnny Dorset so that his father would give them 1,000 dollars for his return. O'Henry the author of “The Ransom of Red Chief” Portrays the theme bad intentions leads to failure. In the story “The Ransom of Red Chief” the author O’ Henry, portrays the theme Bad intentions lead to failure .
There are hundreds of young boys like Ishmael, recruited and refined to exceed the leaders’ commands. Nice normal boys are modified and turned into murderous drug addicting killers who no longer know what’s right from wrong. These child soldiers are forced into a world of ominous leaders and commanders who don’t have an alternative. If child soldiers do try and escape they are killed on
The West Memphis three murders are known all over the world. Three little boys brutally murdered, three high school boys wrongly accused, and sentenced to life behind bars, or death row. That’s all people know, they’re oblivious to the facts that show they weren’t the killers for the young boys. The accused boys were; Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin, and Jessie Misskelley. At the time they were teenagers, but they were judged by the way they dressed in black, who they hung out with, and the music they listened to.
With this next killer, Carl Panzram, the researcher seemed unsure of what caused this killer to commit their crimes. The author states that Panzram is the hardest to study. While examining this killer, the author notes that his crimes began at the age of 8 and carried on throughout his entire free life. He raped, burned, and brutally beat men, women, and children. Because of these heinous crimes he was dubbed by the world as too evil to live.
Human beings are naturally evil, throughout our lives we learn or pick up the non-civil actions through other people, books, movies, or tv shows. In “why boys become vicious”, by William Golding, he wrote about a time when he was stationed in “Russia after the first world war” when he saw “gangs of children who had their parents” abandon them or were killed during the war roam the countryside “attacking and killing” others either out of boredom or pure cruelty.