Monster - Study Guide Chapter 9, Monday, July 13th Summary & Analysis

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This chapter consists of a single movie scene, in which the prosecution brings forward its other witnesses. Lorelle Henry, a former librarian, testifies as to what she witnessed in the drugstore right before the murder. She recounts how a fight broke out and identifies King as being one of the two men. King's attorney cross-examines, attempting to discredit Henry's identification of King. O'Brien has no questions.

The next witness is Richard "Bobo" Evans, who shows up in a prison jumpsuit because he refuses to wear a suit. Bobo identifies himself, gives his age and verifies that he knows King but just met Steve. The prosecutor has Bobo list his past crimes, which are many. Then Bobo identifies Steve as the lookout man who gave the sign that the drugstore was clear. This leads to Bobo's description of the robbery/murder that...

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