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The Last King of Scotland Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 28 Summary

Giles Foden
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Part 2, Chapter 28 Summary

When Garrigan arrives in Stone's office, he and Stone are alone. Stone says that the others will only get in the way. When Garrigan protests that he wants the boss there, Stone explains that Perkins is a ceremonial official, and not Stone's boss. Stone is responsible here.

He tries to persuade Garrigan to stop Amin by giving him something, and shows him photos of some of the executions they have documented, and compares Amin to Hitler. Amin appears in some of the photos. When Garrigan sees a photo of Amin with his hand on the shoulder of the man they are about to kill, he feels terror, remembering Amin putting his hand on Garrigan's own shoulder.

Stone says that he has orders to tell Garrigan to kill Amin, not just to incapacitate him. He will be paid well for the job. Garrigan protests that he...

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