Defending Jacob - Part Three: Chapters 34 – 36 Summary & Analysis

William Landay
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In Chapter 34, “Jacob was Mad,” Derek is one of the witnesses in the sixth day of Jacob’s trial. Derek testifies that before school that day Jacob had a big spot on his hand that looked like blood. He says that Jacob had just kind of smiled when the students were told the school had been placed on lock down. After they learned that Ben had been killed, Derek says he texted Jacob who said he didn’t see anything in the park that morning. He also testifies that Jacob had been having trouble with Ben bullying him for some time. Derek testifies that Jacob had a temper and would often get mad about things. He also tells the jury that Jacob did have a knife with teeth. He also tells about the story that Jacob posted in the Cutting Room that...

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