Colin Fischer - Chapter 8-9: Dupin's Detachment, The Parking Problem Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8-9: Dupin's Detachment, The Parking Problem Summary

Inside the filth of Wayne's house, Colin has trouble placing the man who lets him in - Wayne refers to him as "Ken," and Colin knows he is not Wayne's father. Surprised to see Colin, he takes him to a local park to talk, despite the fact that the police told him not to leave the house. Colin explains how he knows that Wayne is innocent and that he wants to prove it. Wayne wonders why Colin would help him after all the years of bullying, but Colin simply wants to solve the case, another answer that surprises Wayne.

Colin hypothesizes that the police suspect gang involvement, and Wayne confirms that they asked him about "La Familia," a Latino gang in North Valley. The police claimed that the gun was used...

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