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The Runaway Jury Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 29 Summary

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Chapter 29 Summary

Early Thursday morning, Easter takes advantage of Colonel Herrera's strict morning routine to deliver copies of some magazines to his room, including Mogul, which contained the article by Barker. He calls Marlee to inform her that the delivery has been made.

Marlee places a call to Fitch, instructing him to go to a particular pay phone where she will call him, to ensure that she cannot be taped. After rushing out the door, Fitch picks up the ringing phone. Despite Fitch's protests, Marlee tells him that they will be losing a juror that day, Colonel Frank Herrera. She hangs up, and there is nothing that Fitch can do.

Rather than arrange a meeting with him, Easter places a call to Judge Harkin's home, saying that the jury was getting a little suspicious about their meetings. Harkin agrees, and Easter tells him that Herrera has been reading Mogul...

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