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The Last Juror Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 25 Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 25 Summary

One cold day, while Willie was working in his office, he heard gunshots. A bullet came through the window near him. He hit the floor as shots continued. The shots seemed random and not close by. Willie scrambled to find his own gun, but then remembered it was probably in his car or apartment. He remembered one of the guys on his staff, Bigmouth Bass, had an arsenal of guns in his office, so Willie wasn't worried. He stayed put. Then he crawled out onto the patio and behind a rocking chair, so he could see what was going on. A sniper was shooting randomly from the top of the courthouse. Wiley crawled out onto the patio with Willie and began taking pictures of the gunman. When the police began shooting back, the sniper fled. The sniper was Hank Hooten, a local lawyer who had...

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