All God's Children - Part V, Chapter 16, Willie, A Monster Created by the System, Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Fox Butterfield
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When Willie heard that his father died in a shootout with police, his respect for his father was restored. He became convinced he would never leave prison alive. A few days later he decided he was going to become a nightmare. Each assault he engaged in from there increased Willie's sense of power. He even liked solitary. Willie started to being transferred from prison to prison. But the repercussions for his were never serious. Eventually a guard videotaped Willie's behavior, which finally led him to be prosecuted.

Willie faced his third felony, which could get him put away for life. He plead not guilty. Willie again acted as his own lawyer and impressed the judge. The jurors were torn but found him not guilty on...

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