All God's Children - Part III, Chapter 10, Willie, The Boy No One Could Help, Chapter 11, Willie, The Baby-Face Killer Summary & Analysis

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At Bellevue, Willie was as bad as ever. The Bellevue staff believed he simply used violence to get his way and that he was beyond help. The Division of Youth in New York moved him to the Highland school for children. At Highland, his psychiatrist said that he had an extremely poor grasp of reality and that he could easily kill someone. The staff wanted to put him in a mental hospital but was not able; when Willie crashed a bus, he was transferred to Brookwood Center.

Brookwood was in turmoil at the time, changing staff and treatment strategies. Tom Pottenburgh, the new director, made changes that quickly led to a riot. The psychiatrists saw Willie constantly...

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