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    Dexter And Hop Frog

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    on criminals, while in Hop-Frog a crippled dwarf who also happens to be a court jester exacts his revenge on a tyrannical king.. The theme of murder being used as a means of revenge is evident in both of these stories through their use of extrajudicial killings, criminals who feel as if they are above the law, and the ultimate inescapability of the protagonist’s…

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    The people are angry In the end the rationale behind the adherence of people to commit extrajudicial killings or rather their own act on judgement may be attributed to, or similar to, the pursuit of the law and order of the Furies. Similar to Furies, the killings are done because the people believe punishment needs to befall the people who are drug addicts and drug pushers, because they have cause great evil to their families, the families of others and the nation in general. In their choice to…

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    Brazil Military Regime

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    military regime lasted six years, 1976-1982. Brazil’s lasted 21 years, 1964-1985. However, they each experienced them in a completely different manner. At the end of the Argentine military regime, the Latin American country had had 30,000 extrajudicial killings, whereas Brazil had had 10,000, even though the Brazilian military regime lasted 15 years longer than Argentina’s. During the late 20th century, Brazil and…

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    According to International Socialist Review, “The drug war is a killing machine. The level of violence and slaughter is similar to conventional warfare.” In other words, the damages are for the general population affecting in all aspects as the political climate, economic climate and social climate. Consequently,…

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    Drones Pros Cons

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    A long time ago in a galaxy far far away a guy named Spock had something called the Force. Captain Kirk was taking voyages on the Millennium Falcon across the galaxy, and Luke Skywalker was killing Klingons all over the Death Star. Star Wars and Star Trek imagine a future where technology has magnificent implications and improved the lives of many people; the technological advancements are most impressive. In the current time, society is making fantastic technological advancements leaps in its…

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    Inhumane acts, constituting a crime against humanity in violation of article 7(1)(k) of the Rome Statute The pre-trial chamber found substantial grounds to believe Muthaura and Kenyatta were criminally responsible for the alleged crimes as indirect co-perpetrators. The charges against Ali were rejected. On January 23, 2012, Pre-Trial Chamber II found that the prosecutor’s evidence failed to satisfy the evidentiary threshold required under the Rome Statute to bring Kosgei and Ali to trial.…

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    Michael Brown Essay

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    the grounds that he is dead, but rather on account of supported shock, first by his lamenting family, then over video accessible from onlookers, then by individuals in his group denied answers, then by stunned nationals around the district. Extrajudicial killing of Black Americans, particularly our young fellows, is basic today. Numerous pass unnoticed. Things are what they are, the reason the consideration regarding this homicide? To begin with, police declined to allow anybody close to…

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    If I could uninvent one invention it would be… Drones have caused chaos around our world in the recent news through the military use, citizen’s use, and environmental issues they have caused. The US Military has created more enemy combatants by killing not only, other enemy combatants, but innocent by standers using drones because they cannot be accurate enough with drones. Unmanned drones can seem like a good way to keep US soldiers safe, but they ultimately put more Americans in danger in the…

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    Racism, it is the dark monster in our closet. Nobody wants to talk about it. We all have read the books, seen the videos, and realized how wrong we were as a nation. I felt wrong just seeing injustice perpetrated on people during the civil rights movement. I am sickened by how we have taken that legacy and pissed on it; people are using the very rights that brave people fought for and disgracing them. Overall there are three main topics that sum up why racism is still here today. First, black…

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    Why Does Immaculee Suffer

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    Suffering, as defined in the dictionary, is “the state of undergoing pain, distress, or hardship.” It involves an experience of unpleasantness and a significant amount of pain. More often than not, we associate suffering with evil (although they are distinct) due to our belief that committing transgressions will possibly have unpleasant consequences that are in line with these wrongdoings. However, suffering is not only limited to those have a high tendency to tolerate evil. People who have the…

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