The Last Juror - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Willie continued to inquire into the investigation of Malcolm Vince's murder. Not surprisingly, there was nothing new. He and the Tishomingo County Sheriff laughed at how corrupt Sheriff Coley in Ford County had become thanks to the Padgitts.

Harry Rex spoke to Mr. Durant about forgiving Sam Ruffin. The conversation did not go well, as Durant promised to be waiting with a gun if Sam tried to come back to Ford County. Recounting the conversation, Harry Rex once again warned Willie to stay out of the situation. Willie met with Sam and told him about Harry's conversation with Durant.

In the few days before Christmas, the Ruffin children began to gather in Clanton. Willie joined in the festivities and meals. The children thanked Willie for befriending their mother. Late Christmas Eve, Willie drove to Memphis to his father's house, which had not been decorated at...

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