He is called to testify in court where is father is accused of burning a neighbors barn. He knows that his father had sent a man to burn the barn down and was guilty. He is overwhelmed with “frantic grief and despair.”(188) He knows the truth and knows that he is expected to lie so that his father can remain a free man. Colonel is spared that horrifying decision when the lawyers refuse to question him. Not free from punishment of his father, his father takes him aside and asks him if he was going to tell the truth.
Upon his arrival at the fort, a new fleet of soldiers had settled in. They quickly spotted Dances With Wolves and attacked him. The soldiers killed his horse and arrested him. Dances With Wolves would not cooperate with the American soldiers but would only speak to them in Sioux. Due to his lack of assistance, the soldiers were forced to transport their prisoner back to Fort Mays to be hung.
Out of rage he kills the guards; this is the first murder Macbeth commits without consulting Lady Macbeth. The next morning Malcom and Donalbain flee the country because t... ... middle of paper ... ...lusion one example of light is when Lady Macbeth finds out that King Duncan is coming to the castle. She says that she wants the darkness to cover her for when King Duncan is murdered. She makes Macbeth murder Duncan because he looks too much like her father when he sleeps. Therefore Lady Macbeth has to go retrieve it because Macbeth is too traumatized to return.
In the episode, "Tecetta", Dillon boldly asks three gunmen to give up their guns at a bar and then tells them to leave the next morning. He says it in such a way that is unquestionable and demanding of respect. And people listen! In the episode, "The Buffalo Hunter", when Dillon and Chester go searching for the villain, Gatloff, they run into one of his skinners whose been shot. Always the independent spirit, Dillon commands Chester to stay with the man saying, "I'll ride on by myself".
What lead to Emmett’s murder is not fully known, but some say he “wolf” whistled at Mrs. Bryant or said something inappropriate. Mrs. Bryant told her husband about the incident when he came back from a short absence. It wasn’t until a few days after the incident in the store that the world would learn the terrible consequences of Emmett’s dare. Mrs. Bryant’s husband, Roy and his half-brother J.W. Milam drove to Till’s great-uncle’s house where they took Till, transported him to a barn where they beat him unmercifully and gauged out one of his eyes before shooting him in the head and disposing his body in the Tallahatchie River weighing it with a 70-pound cotton gin fan tied around his neck with barbed wire.
However, when he got there he did not find what he expected; what he had experienced just two short weeks ago. He found a ... ... middle of paper ... ...nged lunatic seeking assurance by confiding in himself, he said… “Look at me when I’m talkin’ to you” then fired a precise gunshot at Curley’s half broken skull. It killed him. He was dead. He then turned his attention to the ranch boss, “You” he hollered “You, it was your ranch which started all this mess in the firs’ place” He then pointed his gun at him and continued to talk.
When Richie arrives in Vietnam he befriends Harold Gates, also called Peewee throughout the story. When Richie and his new company are stationed their sergeant assures they would encounter only easy, light work. When out on a patrol Richies friend and member of his army company Jenkins is killed by a landmine. Richie is deeply shaken about this event. Soon after Riches becomes sick and misses a patrol with his company.
In 1999, a home invasion occurs where two burglars break in and kill Clyde Shelton’s wife and daughter. A terrifying incident that happened simply by Shelton opening the door without checking for who was entering. He and his wife were tied down while being stabbed, and their daughter was taken away (we assume she is killed as well). Shelton seeks justice from prosecutor Nick Rice, but Rice is unable to find any evidence against the two robbers. Rice is a high ranked prosecutor with a high conviction rate.
George agrees and begins to describe the dream farm to Lennie. While talking, George shots Lennie in the head. The lynch party hears the shot and finds George with Lennie’s dead body. When the other men arrive, George lets them think that he was forced to kill Lennie because Lennie attack him. Slim consoles George, understanding that Lennie’s attack on George never happened, knowing that George killed his friend out of mercy.
Although it was clearly self-defense, a lynch mob gathered to hang Doc. This is when Wyatt Earp sets up a distraction and arranges for Doc Holliday's escape. Doc felt he was in great dept to his savior and wound up in Dodge City, Kansas, where Wyatt is marshalling. After some talk between the two, Earp decides to let the notorious killer stay in his town as lonf as he promised no killing. This segment marked the beginning of their friendship when, according to Dee Brown Doc saved Wyatt's life from a bunch of rustlers in the Long Branch Saloon.