A biography on John Lawrence Warfare from Ghats Christie And Then There Were None BY Hawked Lawrence John Warfare, sane… Or Insane? Many people would think Warfare, “the hanging Judge. ” (Christie 262) as insane, but the truth Is he was perfectly sane. His choices were made thinking they were logical, though some weren’t. His age and occupation was affecting his Judgment and he thought of himself as the only one who could Inflict Justice to those outside laws reach. He chose his ten victims by talking to people, and asking the right questions to people he met or knew.
He was so obsessed with Is “Justice” he swayed to the dark side looking for vengeance. This vengeance was for those they had killed, and were outside laws arms. He started planning as soon as he started to think he “wanted to Warfare wanted to “commit a but “The innocent must not so he made sure this happened. After his first victim was chosen, “A childish rhyme of my infancy came back into my this was the start of his plot, as him. The mastermind, and the puppeteer. He lured his victims to the island by sending letters or wires, apparently sent by rinds, colleagues, or old acquaintances.
Inevitable… Their deaths were inevitable, all life has an end, but Warfare wanted to take it step further… He wanted them to suffer accordingly for their misdoings. Warfare hated criminals and took “no pleasure”(263) in seeing an innocent man in his court room, but he loved to “… See a wretched criminal he has to “… Protect the Jury… “(263) from emotional appeals and good impressions, the Jury’s Job is to determine who was guilty, and who was innocent, Warfare made sure this occurred.
Warfare’s Judgment in the courtroom slowly slid… He didn’t recognize his pleasure In Inflicting death as he used to before he thought of himself as “God Almighty”(153). “… The lust to one of Warfare’s talents, he also knew how to manipulate people’s thoughts, and their emotions without their knowing so as he did with Dry. Armstrong. Armstrong trusted Warfare because he came to him for an operation, he had Armstrong help him fake his own death so he could roam around without question. Warfare betrayed Armstrong and killed him.
Warfare was an obscure man, but he knew about psychological warfare, and how to use It In the proper way… To take control In a tight moment Like he did when he said, “One of us Is U. N. Owen. “(136), he took control… He understood how people think In a tight moment, but there was only one who suspected him… Phillip Lombard. Phillip understood Warfare was playing God Almighty. Warfare was a man who knew his resources, and how to obtain them with ease, he is one of the few people alive who one who could stick to a commitment. Warfare was a logical man who knew how to get things done.