Monster - Study Guide Chapter 6, Friday, July 10th Summary & Analysis

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In the handwritten notes opening section of this chapter, O'Brien explains how the prosecutor is using the crime photos to sway the jury against the defendants. Steve thinks about writing a description of what happened in the drugstore, but he would rather forget it. He demonstrates empathy with the murder victim and describes a chore he did at the prison with other inmates. The mopping of the floor is uncomfortable, and it nearly makes Steve sick.

Steve wants to be away from this place, but he also realizes that he had tried to be tough like Bobo, Osvaldo, and King. The movie scene is of the City Clerk verifying that the murder victim's gun was registered and legally present in the drugstore, and of Detective Williams describing the crime scene and how the body was handled. Finally, the Medical Examiner explains...

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