Miracle Creek - Pages 161 - 224 Summary & Analysis

Angie Kim
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This section addresses "The Trial: Day Three," Wednesday, August 19, 2009. The court testimony begins with Abe's direct examination of Pak Yoo. Pak ruminates over his life in America now in comparison to how he had hoped it would be. He tells some white lies on the stand but feels they are for a greater good. Yet at the end of his narration he has a flashback to "a cigarette between gloved fingers" that raises doubt about Pak's innocence (170). Elizabeth's attorney then cross-examines Pak, trying to set him up as a viable suspect. She provides evidence that Pak did, in fact, leave the property on the day of the explosion despite his earlier testimony. He admits to leaving to get supplies for the dive, but Young knows he is being duplicitous. Shannon then introduces evidence that Pak smoked Camels for years yet suddenly quit smoking...

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