Luca Brasi is a fictional character in Mario Puzo 's novel The Godfather , as well as its film adaptation. In the film, he was portrayed by Lenny Montana ,  an ex-wrestler  and ex-bodyguard for the Colombo crime family. Luca Brasi is Mafia boss Vito Corleone 's personal enforcer. His intense brutality unnerves Vito Corleone. In one two-week killing spree, he murders six men who had attempted to assassinate Don Corleone, continuing his ferocious rampage until Vito called a halt to it, ending the "Olive Oil War. Brasi says he would sooner kill himself than betray the Godfather. In one early incident Brasi kills two of Al Capone 's henchmen who were hired to assassinate Don Corleone. Brasi subdued both men, binding and then gagging them with towels.
Death by burning also known as immolation is an execution method involving combustion or exposure to extreme heat. It has a long history as a form of capital punishment , and many societies have employed it for criminal activities such as treason , heresy and witchcraft. The best-known execution of this type is burning at the stake , where the condemned is bound to a large wooden stake and a fire lit beneath them. In the process of being burned to death, a body experiences burns to exposed tissue, changes in content and distribution of body fluid , fixation of tissue, and shrinkage especially of the skin. Shrinkage and contraction of the muscles may cause joints to flex and the body to adopt the "pugilistic stance" boxer stance , with the elbows and knees flexed and the fists clenched. The organic matter of the body may be consumed as fuel by a fire.
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Does he wear diapers? Is he actually Baby Yoda? How did this wee munchkin end up in a floating crib? Question after question after question. One day, a bounty hunter named the Mandalorian took a job to find a mysterious target. He found the target hidden in a small, floating ball. But when he opened the ball …. The Mandalorian was surprised to find a baby, but he still had to take Baby Yoda back to his ship.
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