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All God's Children Characters & Character Analysis

Fox Butterfield
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Important People

Butch Bosket

Born in 1941, Butch Bosket is the father of Willie Bosket. Both men had similar lives, abandoned by their fathers, raised in part by their grandmother's and grew up on the street, turning to crime and violence at extremely early ages, starting in earnest at nine years old. Their stories diverge, however, as Butch was both less violent, more focused and more intellectual than his son. Butch grew up moving between parts of the juvenile justice system. He early on exhibited symptoms of schizophrenia and a high IQ of at least 130 despite many staff of juvenile institutions thinking he was mentally handicapped.

Butch was placed in prison for murdering two men in a pawnshop in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, while trying to get enough money to support his wife, Laura, and his son, Willie. The murders were gruesome and led Butch to years in prison. However, while in prison...

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