Plain Truth - Part Two, Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, Chapter 16 Summary

Ellie puts Coop on the stand the next day. This testimony turns intensely personal for a few moments before Ellie is able to get a handle on her emotions and direct Coop toward Katie and her treatments. Coop speaks about the dissociative state and how it relates to Katie's case. Coop suggests that the death of the infant from natural causes would be enough to cause Katie to block out the child's death. The prosecution questions Coop and tries to put holes in his case. Finding this to only be marginally successful, the prosecution asks Coop about his relationship with Ellie, suggesting their intimate relationship has something to do with his testimony.

Ellie calls Samuel next. Samuel speaks of Katie's character and the Amish way of life. When the prosecutor attempts to get Samuel to admit Katie is capable...

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