Newspaper about Fire in the Outsiders

Topics: The Outsiders, S. E. Hinton, English-language films Pages: 2 (559 words) Published: September 30, 2014
Yesterday, 19th of April, a fire stroke the old abandoned Church in Windrixville, placing various kids in serious risks and leaving Johnn Cade, 16 years old in an irreparable damage. He is in coma, due to a piece of timber catching fire that fell on his back, leading it to great damage. The piece of timber fell in Johnny while he was helping the children who where during a school trip getting out from the Chruch. Helping the children where Ponyboy Curtis, Dallas Winston and Johnny Cade. Eventhough the whole town has been talking about how this three boys are heroes, the Tulsa Times was investigating them and we discovered that they are not so heroes. It appears that Johnny Cade and Ponyboy Curtis are juvenille delinquents, due to the fact that they killed a Young boy, Bob Sheldon, back in their hometown. They are being accused of murder, but we from the Tulsa Times also looked for the whole story. What appears is that Bob Sheldon was killed by Johnny Cade with a switch blade, while he was trying to save himself and his friend, Ponyboy. Ponyboy as being drowned by Bob Sheldon while Johnny was getting the switch blade. While trying to talk to Johnny, we discovered that he is in coma and in very serious risks, but that if by any chance he survives he is going to be paraplegic. But in anyway, we were able to discover Ponyboy’s perspective of what happened, which is that all that they did was in self defensse. In our point of view, it was more of a gang fight between Socs and Greasers that went too far. Cherry Valance, a Soc, is in the side of the greasers. She says that Bob and the other Socs were already drunk, looking for a ight, and they ended up fighting. She claims that probably is Johnny had not killed Bob, the one dead right now would be Ponyboy, himself, or even both of them. The future is still unclear for the three heroes. Not much is heard from Dallas Winston, but he is not a minor and since there...
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