The Butterfly Garden Quotes

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This is one of the very few times in his career where what they found is so much worse than they could have envisioned.
-- Narrator (Part I)

Importance: As Victor reviews the information he has gotten so far from the scene at the Butterfly Garden, he realizes this is one of the worst cases he has ever investigated.

But not this girl in the interview room. When they asked her, she just turned away. As far as anyone can tell, this is one girl with no interest in being found. / Which makes some of them wonder if she’s a victim at all.
-- Narrator (Part I)

Importance: Because Inara acts so strangely, Victor and Eddison wonder if Inara is really a victim or if she had some part in the kidnapping scheme. It is later learned that Inara’s entire life, not only the kidnapping, has been tough.

Sometimes you can look at a wedding and realize with...
-- Narrator (Part I)

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