The Butterfly Garden - Part II, pgs. 150-169 Summary & Analysis

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Inara tells the agents that within two weeks the twins were dead. They were placed in a case together. Inara picks their picture out of the hallway photos that Eddison hands her. She then separates the photos into two stacks. She mentions that she knows the legal names of most of those girls. Eddison is upset and tells her if they had known they could have been notifying their families. He says the families deserve to know. Inara picks up on the fact that Eddison has a family member who went missing and was never heard about. After Victor sends Eddison from the room Inara admits he does not understand how it makes a difference if the parents learn what happened to their daughters—especially if their daughters were raped and violated after being kidnapped.

Eddison comes back in and tells...

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