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The Last Juror Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 22 Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 22 Summary

Mr. Caudle, the original owner of the Times passed away, and Willie felt bad that he had not spoken to Mr. Caudle since he purchased the paper. Malcolm Vince, who testified in the Padgitt trial and ruined Padgitt's alibi, is murdered in a nearby county. Willie is not sure whether to run a story about this murder, because he doesn't want to allow the Padgitts to further terrorize Ford County. However, he decides to uphold his journalistic integrity. He runs the story on page three. The Sheriff said that it was a clean hit, with no clues left behind. He also remarked that he was thankful that he did not serve on the Padgitt trial jury. His comments upset Willie.

Part 2, Chapter 22 Analysis

Willie discusses two deaths in Ford County. One of them is the estranged husband of Danny Padgitt's alleged lover. The prevailing opinion...

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