And because he didn’t use a professional architect to build his hotel, it was inevitable that there would have been unintentional hazards to the customers that would be found by the inspectors. The inspectors of the building would have also found the gas lines and vault, which would lead to suspicions and ultimately the rejection of the building. Mudgett’s name on multiple life insurance policies would have led the insurance auditors to be wary of him in suspicion of fraud or perhaps worse, murder. The insurance auditors would have reported their findings to the police which would have most likely resulted in Mudgett’s early arrest. If these innovations had been around in the 1800’s, they would have inhibited Mudget from committing the majority of his crimes and probably saved many
I can even blame myself for not doing C.P.R or calling the ambulance even though my instinct was telling me too I just completely ignored the vital signs because it happened before and I thought she would be fine like the last time foam came out of her mouth but I second guest it and thought she was just drooling. In the end, if someone is hurting in anyway help them even a small chat helps, know that drugs isn’t the answer because when you wake up the problems will still be there, someone’s life can be lost in matter of seconds based on choices, and don’t be so quick to judge because everyone has their own way to deal with their problems. No one is to blame for the death of someone unless it was a murder, not everyone you meet will have common sense such as the police officer. My mother always said “its better to be safe then sorry”
Wes argues that Frank will stop and prosecuting Fra... ... middle of paper ... ...he night before. While he thought things were not all good, we know from the noise that nothing wrong has happened. The morning that Frank dies, the light is ‘overcast, dim, so there was no sunlight flooding my room’ (p 154), all foreboding that Frank’s death will cover the truth. Wesley tells David that everybody pays for their crimes but ‘that doesn’t mean the sun’s going to shine’ (p156), indicating that justice is not always served. In ‘Montana 1948’, the author uses motifs to convey his ideas of truth and injustice and pushes the reader to consider the suffering of the Indians.
Money played a big role in which motivated the Mayor to ignore the situation of the Baths and also ending up in a conflict with Doctor Stockmann. Since the town gained it major income from the Baths, the Mayor didn’t want to expose the public of the truth. When he says, “Oh, the public has no need for new ideas. The public gets on best with the good old recognized ideas it already has” (Ibsen, 94), he’s being very greedy and saying that it’s better to hide the truth because the people will get mad and try to fix the problem. However, fixing the problem costs a lot of money and the Mayor’s extremely concerned with money and reputation.
At a museum there should also be those types of security measures not that intense but they should always be working 24/7. “Each painting in the museum has an alarm. Not a single alarm for any painting is working.” (A bad night at museum, Toronto Star) “A glance told the tale: a dark night, a ladder, and a shattered window.” (Dolnick7) Even if major places have great security even they can be thrown off by a simple trick that they should not fall for. “When Willy Banks the casino owner wants a new golden phone for himself. The boys make him one that has a magnetron in it, which will shut down his security system including the surveillance.
He did so so that Therese would not find out that he was responsible for her brother' demise. In the end it back fired and caused more problems then it solved. Many people do not tell important information of themselves to other people so it does not cause friction between them or others. One main example of this is when applying for a job you are asked if you were ever arrested. Many people lie and say no so they get the job but lying causes them to not get the job because the employer will find out one way or another.
It can’t eat away at them or make them feel bad or guilty. If telling them the lie is going to make them angry or sad and them knowing won’t help the problem, then why would you force this burden onto another that you obviously care enough about to take their feelings into consideration? In the book The Kite Runner, Hassan lied to Baba that he stole Amir’s watch and money. He had not actually stolen those objects and was trying to protect his best friend. Hassan knew that Amir had planted those things in a ploy to get rid of him, He didn’t want Amir to get in trouble and face Baba’s wrath and the shame of lying.
Who am I kidding—I haven’t been smart since the beginning. Or I can stop the experiments and see if I start to remember things again. And I could go see a doctor but I don’t have the money for that, he thought and placed ... ... middle of paper ... ...ashed but Marquis had no time for trifle things. It’s not like his prey would be concentrated on how worn or dirty his mask was; though, it was the last thing they saw before he shot them through the chest. It could probably stand a short wash in the sink but he had already left the building and was now approaching the house which held his next victim.
He lies about not seeing the dagger, for in reality he stole the dagger and probably soled it. He also lies that he saw nothing until hours after the crime had been committed, he does not come forward in fear that the police will realize he tampered with the crime scene and stole the dagger for his personal gain. All the above reasons are why the interrogatories lied throughout their testimonies. In summation the four eye witnesses in the movie "Rashomon" distorted reality in there heads to make themselves look like honest, more honorable people.
The way everyone treats or acts towards Truman isn’t how they actually fell, they act the way they act because that is what people are suppose to act like. Ever since Truman’s father died Truman has been afraid of going out onto the water, but he didn’t actually die. So he snuck back onto the TV show and was going to tell Truman the truth when he quickly got taken off. Truman’s father didn’t sneak back on the show for Truman though, he snuck back onto the show because he was mad that they cut him out of the TV show so soon. His father isn’t the only family member to hide his feelings from him.