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Billy the Kid was born in the East came to New Mexico in the 1870s and started out on his own from Silver City Some of the people said Billy the Kid was a hero some said he was a murder After reading Etulains essay Billy the Kid Thunder in the West 36-51 I dont think Bill the Kid was a hero just because he killed four people What is a hero Some one can be a hero if he kills another and heroes can kill people but they kill those people is for everyone not just for themselves which means they were heroes because they killed evil people who destroyed society And a hero should deserved punishment bravery Otherwise they are murderers Unfortunately Billy the Kid was a murder not a hero The first example of Billy the Kid as a murderer concerns the first person he killed in Arizona 37 In mid-August 1877 Billy the Kid came to the cantina near the boundary of the Camp Grant military reservation 37 When he arrived a burly Blacksmith named Cahill called Billy a pimp 37 and then Billy retaliated by calling the blacksmith a son of a bitch37 A moment later a wrestling match ensued and Cahill began to pummel Billy But Billy pulled out the 45 stuck in his belt shoved it into the belly of Cahill and then pulled the trigger Cahill rolled aside in agony and then died the next day Thus because senseless act of violent Billy the Kind murdered Cahill I know it was Cahill that said the bad things to him first but Billy the Kid didnt have to kill Cahill When Cahill started to say something bad to Billy the Kid he could have ignored him and left Cahill alone If Billy the Kid at that time had just ignored what Cahill said nothing would have happened Cahills dead did not benefits anyone in the world except Billy
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