A Time to Kill - Chapter 44 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 44 Summary

The three compatriots pile into Harry Rex's filthy Bronco and head to the lake. On the way, Lucien confirms that he never consummated a deal with Clyde Sisco. Suddenly Jake recognizes the street on which Wanda Womack lives, and they pull over. A strange man answers the door, and it turns out to be Mack Loyd Crowell, the grand juror who told Buckley to shut up and sit down. Crowell and Wanda live together, and she has told him how she swayed the jury. Crowell now explains that Wanda asked them to imagine little Tonya was a white girl being raped by two drunken black men, and that she belonged to them. Then they voted as to whether they would "kill those black bastards if they got the chance," and all voted "yes." Wanda said she would sit there until Christmas, but she would never give in...

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