In a rape scene (please see the Sex/Nudity category for more details), a man rips away a woman's top and rapes her: her face is bloody, forehead to chin, and in a flashback we see the man pick her up in his arms and drive her head into a wall (we see no marks or blood); we later see the crime scene, where the woman is shown badly scraped over her entire body and she lies on her back and her face is bloody. Several black and white photographs of a rape and murder victim's face are seen throughout the film -- about 5 times.
A man asleep in a living room armchair at night wakes to loud knocking at the door, three men enter, the man goes into the bedroom, sits on the bed and we see one of the other men shoot at the bed with an automatic rifle several times, pause, and fire one last time: we later see the man on the bed dead, a gaping wound in his forehead and several in his chest, with dried blood covering his face, chest and right arm.
A man strikes another man in the face with a crowbar (we see no damage), forces the second man into a car with him, and drives to an isolated area by a railroad track, stands outside the car and when a train comes, walks to the car trunk, opens it, and fires a gun into what appears to be the body a man.
A man and a woman interrogate a male rape murder suspect: when the suspect looks down the woman's blouse, she taunts him with name-calling and accusations of weakness, impotence, and homosexuality (a Twinkie not a real man, and has only a small penis); the suspect shouts, rises abruptly from a chair, takes out his penis and testicles, shouts that he repeatedly raped a woman that was also murdered, and hits the woman with his closed fist (we see no blood, and guards grab him and take him away).
A suspect is chased through crowded soccer stands, he hides in a men's restroom, jumps out at one man who was chasing him, slams him back against a wall, runs away, police join the chase, he jumps over a wall, injuring his leg, stumbles onto the field, is struck by a running player, falls (he has a bloody face), and is surrounded by barking dogs and police carrying nightsticks.
Two men are found in a dark and dirty jail cell, sitting on the floor: their faces, arms and wrists are covered in blood, welts and bruises from having confessions beaten out of them, and another man shouts and runs toward the warden and is restrained by guards.
A man in an elevator with two another man and a woman pulls out a handgun with a flourish, loads a magazine, and places the gun into the waistband of his trousers as the woman trembles and the other man seems angry.
A man is nipped on the ankle by a small dog, off camera, and we hear the dog yelp and see it fly across a door opening, as if it had been kicked.
Two police officers struggle with a man, pulling him out of a room; there's unintelligible shouting.
We hear several cases involving murder, rape, and assault being discussed over a courthouse phone.
Several arguments with name-calling occur in different scenes; one argument in a restaurant ends with police escorting one man away.
A courthouse employee dispatches unwanted business phone calls by answering the phone falsely as "Morgue."
A man confesses to killing another man.
We see a man in a cell; he is bent with age and infirmity, and begs a man to persuade another man to speak to him.