He is so determined that he steals money from his friend to keep his plan going. This is all possible because of his reputation as honest, which also makes him responsible for the deaths of all that die throughout the play. Iago is the man to blame and is to be held accountable for all the deaths in Othello demonstrated through the theme of deception creates conflict. Iago is to be blamed for the deaths of all those that died because he manipulates other to do as he pleases. He is so good at manipulating others that he gets Barbantio to hate the Moor so much for marring Desdemona that he dies because “thy match was to mortal to him” (V,ii,206).
Niko must commit illegal activities for the loan sharks in order to eradicate Roman’s debt. As a result, he must enter the underground world of drugs and violence. Soon after, Roman discovers that his girlfriend is cheating on him with Niko’s boss, Vlad, and is heartbroken. When Niko confronts Vlad, he shows no remorse and Niko decides to take revenge on behalf of his cousin. Niko ends up killing Vlad which leads to both Niko and Roman being kidnapped and forced to work for Vlad’s boss.
When Bigger was arrested, and jailed, he received constant harassment. He only faced two choices, either to confess, or be lynched by the white crowed. Bigger knew deep down, that he was going to die anyhow. But Max, his lawyer, reminded him that he could still win the case and be free. Another example of the injustice is that when Bigger was eventually caught, the pubic and the media press automatically determine that he is guilty of not only killing Mary, but also rapping her before killing her.
Another man with high social class standing, Russ Yelburton, becomes involved in the murder of his boss in order to become the chief engineer of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. Lieutenant Escobar, a man with a middle social class standing, turns a blind eye for Noah Cross’s crimes. The film ends with the line, “Forget it, Jake. It’s Chinatown”. This shows that even an honest man such as Detective Gittes cannot stop the corruption that pollutes the city, while revealing the evil nature of human is impossible to escape.
Castellano wants to do something about it because Gotti is causing attention to the family. He wants to whack Gotti and his crew. A good reason for doing so is because Angie is dealing drugs and Paul says a rule is a rule, “deal or die.” Gotti finds out about Castellano and his plan to whack him, so he arranges the murder of Castellano in front of Spark’s Steakhouse restaurant. In order to do so, Gotti has to have the full commissions permission. In the process, Dellacroce passes away which will make Gotti the boss.
He was addicted to cocaine and he couldn’t do anything about it. If the FBI had just allowed him to do his own cocaine, no damage would have occurred and every family would have lived. Howard Saint turned “wasteful” towards the end of the movie. He began wasting people’s lives and killing anyone randomly. He went to these extremes because he had lost everything he had because of the revenge plot by Frank Castle.
He beat a school bully to death then disposed of the body. As he grew older, he showed no hesitation to kill people who challenged him, angered him, annoyed him, or even just looked at him the wrong way. Richard Kuklinski knew he was not capable of attaining a job to support himself, nor a family so he soon became a contract killer. Extremely dangerous mobs would use Richard as their hit man, and he would charge them on the upper side of five figures. He believed this was the only way he would be able to succeed in taking care of his wife and three
His friend ended up telling criminals all this stuff about him, and how he was helping him, etc…. Tim wanted to stop all this because he knew it was wrong. Then one day the criminals told him if he didn't keep telling them who was going to win they would kill his wife and kids.The criminals were making millions off of what he was telling them. The FBI showed up one day and he was put in jail for what he
The criminal justice system is a complex structure of separate parts that must work together to achieve justice as an end result. Justice isn’t always served and sometimes the wrong person goes free, robbing the victim of any possible closure. This is shown in the movie, Fracture, where an intelligent and wealthy man named Theodore Crawford goes to trial for the attempted murder of his wife, putting her in a coma and on life support, and ultimately gets off due to a lack of solid evidence. The motive behind the attempt on his wife, Jennifer’s, life is that she’s been engaging in an affair with Detective Robert Nunally, who would later unwittingly play a huge role in getting Theodore Crawford off. William Beachum, the prosecutor, is a cocky,
Macbeth chooses the wrong path to accomplish his ambition. Killing Duncan is wrong and he knows it but can’t help himself. An example for dominance of power in addition to Macbeth can be presented in Brian De Palma’s movie Scarface. Al Pacino as Tony Montana creates excessive wealth from distributing cocaine because he thrives for power. As the movie progresses, the drugs make him crazy and he kills more and more people who die in violence followed by the main character.