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In Chapter 1, how does the book describe the night of Debbie Carter’s murder and the following day? What details does the book emphasize, and for what possible reasons?

This question encourages readers to examine the salient aspects of the crime’s narrative presentation at the beginning of the book. Readers should consider this chapter in relation to the rest of the book.

Discuss the discussion of Ron’s youth and young adulthood as portrayed in Chapters 2 and 3. Why does the book include this information?

This question encourages readers to consider the function of the personal details that the book provides about Ron’s backstory. Readers should point to specific details and ways in which they make Ron a more fully rendered figure.

How does the book illustrate the ways in which the Ada police harassed Ron Williamson, Dennis Fritz, Tommy Ward, and Karl Fontenot. What were the causes and effects of these harassments?

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