A Brief History of Seven Killings - Original Rockers p. 52 - 119 Summary & Analysis

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Demus forecasts some day in the future, someone will write his story. He remembers how he was arrested because he was caught by police taking a bath outside just a short time after a white woman claimed she was raped. He was held in jail and abused for the crime, but got with no apology after the woman changed her story. The next time the police came to his neighborhood, Demus shot one of them. Demus remembers a visit to the Singer’s house and being promised money if he helped kidnap a jockey. The men who promised the money vanished, however. Demus was so angry at the time he wanted to burn down the Singer’s house.

Demus was still angry from being tricked when Josey found him. Josey asked if he could shoot and Weeper gave him cocaine to...

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