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Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Socrates Fortlow

Socrates grew up in rural Indiana. He was introduced to violence at an early age by his abusive father. Once his father passed away, Socrates and his mother lost there home and often went without meals.

As Socrates reached his teens and early twenties, his life was full of fighting, drinking and wandering about aimlessly. His troubled ways caused pain to the two women that loved him, his mother and Theresa. His life on the wild side escalated into a brutally violent crime, which landed him in an Indiana state prison.

His mother was the only person that stood by his side throughout everything. She passed away while Socrates was still incarcerated, and now, he is filled with remorse, because he was never able to tell his mother how sorry he was for all of the grief he caused her.

When Socrates was finally released from prison...

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