The character Bob, who is played by Matt Dillon, is the leader of the group. Bob, is the one who calls all the shots; furthermore, he is always looking for his next score. In the open line of the film, it shows how this group operates in robbing drugstores. Nadine, who is played by Heather Graham, creates a diversion. While the other two Dianne, played by Kelly Lynch, and Rick, played by James Le Gros, are able to work off the cues of Nadine.
Since he was already trying to find more ways to make money, he decides to team up with a former student, Jesse, and put his chemistry expertise to the test. Methamphetamine becomes his top and seemingly only priority. Although he may seem like nothing more than a humble chemistry teacher to everyone else, and may even appear docile, he is everything but that as the show rolls through the sixty two episodes. Walter spends his days lying to everyone around him. He quits his job at the carwash without telling his wife and family, and instead of going to work in the afternoons, he begins cooking methamphetamine in a recreational vehicle with Jesse, which was stolen by Jesse’s friend.
That is the last that she needs because like George Jung’s father once told him as a young boy, “When your up, your up, and when you’re down you never think you’ll be up again but you do. Money isn’t real George.” Meaning when Elizabeth takes those drugs to make her feel better for the time being she takes them to feel better and then she feels even worse. She must stay together because eventually you’ll be back up again. What George’s father told him when he was a boy that stuck with him through his whole life. He dealt drugs and made tons of money but then when he crashed because of his business partner Diego, who stole all of his connects and the inside guys, he lost his wife and his daughter and then he worked his way back up the chain to have his daughter, who he lost because he was in jail, have the same respect for him again that she had so long before that.
Who: Eva Schoen was the only person killed although other family members were present at the home when the crime occurred. Initially, the police questioned Eva’s husband, Sam Schoen, to see if he was involved in the crime in any way. However, Sam was not home when the crime occurred due to a last minutes. When the police questioned Sam they soon develop another theory about a possible motive for the crime. Sam’s father was the founder of U-Haul and there was a bitter history between the sons regarding the ownership and profits of the business.
When Johnny realized what they were doing he had turned to them and pulled out a knife and flung at them without meaning to kill Bob. But keep in mind that Bob was drowning Ponyboy so this act was used in defense. I feel that Johnny is innocent because he was using self defense, but he should not have ran from the crime scene. Another thing in chapter 4 was that a little while later when Ponyboy came conscious again Johnny said, "I had to. They were drowning you, Pony.
Abanks' son was killed along with two of Bendini's associates who were in the process of informing the FBI of Bendini's disreputable business. Naturally, Abanks would want to revenge his son's death by helping Mitch, even driving the get-away boat and furnishing a guide at the end of Mitch's great escape. Furthermore, Abbey, Mitch's devoted wife pretends to leave him, spending weeks away from Mitch, apparently without much apprehension. All of these people who have helped Mitch seem to have reasons for doing so, but why does Mitch have a vendetta against the firm? Why does he start poking his nose in where it doesn't belong?
Drugs affect people all over the world and most of those individuals feel that they are isolated and do not belong anywhere. I think it is important for addicts to know that they are not alone and that there are many ways for them to find support, whether that is from family or treatment centers. Addiction leads to isolation, homelessness, depression, crime, and death. In this paper I will discuss my cousin’s experience with drug addiction. Drugs have greatly affected the life of my cousin who has been an addict for the last ten years.
Although the war on drugs has been going on for many years, drugs still remain a big problem in the lives of many Americans. Drug offenders as well as abusers are being punished with extreme penalties. Innocent people are suffering because of this. And finally, all the tax dollars going into this war seems to be in vain because its not progressing like it should. The American Government saw that drugs were repressing its citizens, which made them spring into action.
Drug trafficking causes complications for many countries. Drug trafficking has proven to be a never ending battle, not only in America, but it’s an international battle. According to United Nations on Drugs and Crime, 322 billion dollars’ worth of drugs is being trafficked every year, and numbers continuously keep growing till this day. Heroin, cocaine, and cannabis are among some of the most popular drugs being made, and imported into the United States. Drug trafficking produces a series of issues; violence, government corruption, and money laundering have led citizens to flee their homeland for a better source of security.
Drugs are abused every day, but prescription drugs pose even more potential dangers when abused, than most commonly abused street drugs. Prescription drug abuse has become a worldwide epidemic due to the unrealistic amount of deaths by overdosing, ER visits, and prescription drug abusers and dealers. Unlike other disease epidemics in history, prescription drug abuse is the only one that more medicine can’t cure. People all around you have secrets; your best friend could be abusing drugs, and you may not even know. Prescription drug abuse isn’t hard to hide from other people, so you have to watch closely for signs of abuse.