The social structure of Susan Perezosa's story is a city where public order begins to get out of control due to violence and crime, people take justice into their own hands and it is shown that employment is scarce and they are paid very poorly. To the workers, which leads people to look for easy money, in the same way it shows that the justice of the police is not great and there is beginning to be corruption in that institution.
The characters in this story are low-income and work where they are paid very little, Susan said that she worked as a secretary in an office, but after training to defend herself and handle a weapon, she began to steal and her husband Stan trained to shoot and he They really liked weapons.
The changes from that society to the current one are not many, since very similar social crises occur and the history of these characters is that of many people in the world. Thus, both in history and in real life, violence, unemployment and the lack of decent job opportunities should be allowed to exist, because that leads to more crimes in society, in the same way the police should not be corrupt and ensure that the laws are truly enforced and that there are no robberies or murders in any city.
If there is a similar situation in real life, how do the police and the judicial system react?
If the judicial system is corrupt, there will never be justice.
If people report the thieves, the police can catch them.
If the judicial system finds no evidence in the case, it may be filed.
What ethical or moral values could you show if you were part of a situation similar to the one presented in the story?
If I get robbed, I'll get my things back.
If the police ask me for money, I will file a complaint with the Public Ministry.
If it turns out my husband is stealing, I'll end the courtship.
If I hurt someone, I will assume my mistake.
If I am in danger, I will yell for help.
If he acted like Susan, he'd look like a criminal.