About what he did in legends.
Michael Gordon Peterson in his career was replaced about a hundred of the prison took hostage about 30 people (including his attorney, the teacher and a couple of terrorists went to Iraq) and broke the noses of so many guards that they would be enough for the whole company. So, how did it come to this ordinary British boy from a good family.
Call me Charles
Teenager Michael decided not to be with Michael, and took on the sonorous pseudonym Charles Bronson, in honor of Hollywood actor. With that name to sit at home was a sin and therefore a latter-day Charles moved on to street life. Work in escort services, fighting without rules, a circus — up to 26 years, the kid led a wild, but interesting life.
The road to prison
In 1974, Bronson finally strays from the road of the righteous and makes the most reckless in his life act: robbing a post office in the amount of twenty-six pounds and eighteen pence. For a crime against the Crown the court gives the guy for seven years
Artist and poet
Boredom at the camera drove Charles mad and he decided to be creative. His pictures were replicated by the British press, concluded even introduced a personal tutor — though the lessons with him did not last long. Once Phil Danielson was brutally criticised one of Bronson’s, for which he was subjected to severe criticism of the teacher. Forty-five hours Phil spent in physical hell until the perpetrator has just not bothered to deal with it.
Single blow cow
The sport remains for Charles almost the only outlet. The prisoner is really different large physique and his workouts all the time. In 2007 he published his book “Fitness alone”, where in detail is described how to achieve a cool body without all sorts of nonsense, like simulators. The tips in the book were given dubious: the Bronson could easily lift two or three hundred times, and one blow could fell an ox — in the book this method is called “Single blow cow” describes something like “Hit the bull in the forehead and wait until it falls”.
In prison Bronson was acting like completely detached from the realities of life. He was constantly taken hostage by anybody, just for fun. One hand big the abuser was a group of Iraqi terrorists — one of them inadvertently pushed Bronson in the shower. 72 hours in captivity, the Iraqis seemed an eternity, humorist Charles was forced to wash his feet, called himself a General and constantly beat them. When such entertainment Bronson tired, he just gave up. Terrorists after the captivity was in talks with the government much easier.
A fearless man
About himself Bronson once said, “I’m not afraid of anybody, and violence is only making me stronger.” There is not a grain of cheap bravado: Charles in early childhood to understand that fear really is possible and necessary to win. Who knows what heights could make this man, if he fell into the hands of the right teachers.
Whole life behind bars
Two-thirds of the life of Bronson has been in prison. Now, 64 years old, he wrote the petition — say they do not want to rot in jail. Despite its venerable age to release it, no one is going: this man and a hundred years will be able to cut the head of a random passerby, just to see what’s hidden inside.
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