A Brief History of Seven Killings - White Lines / Kids in America p. 484-531 Summary & Analysis

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In Griselda’s kitchen, John-John K is given a plate of food as Griselda asks if he was the man who messed up her hit. She tells him he’s cost her a lot of money and asks what he plans to do about it. When John-John K jumps up after she slaps him, he hears the sound of 15 guns begin cocked around him. He’s shown a picture of alligators eating what is left of Baxter. She gives him a job.

John-John K wakes up in New York barely remembering how he got there. He’s in bed with a man who tries to steal his wallet but John-John catches him in time. That day, he’s supposed to take out a Jamaican who lives in New York. Griselda had said the order didn’t come from...

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