The Revolt of the Cockroach People - Chapter 9, pgs. 105-118 Summary & Analysis

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The results of the autopsy on Robert Fernandez is inconclusive, but one of the pathologists says he thinks the boy was murdered. Brown looks for Mickey de Silva and can't find him so he talks to his uncle, Andy.

The coroner's hearing room is packed. The Chicano Militants are also there. Rosalie, Madeline and Veronica are there with Brown. Both Andy and Mickey are missing. The proceedings are televised. Brown feels that the situation at the hearing is politically motivated. Several people testify in addition to the pathologists, including the arresting officer, the jailer and the prisoner who collected the blankets. The prisoner testifies that the blanket Fernandez had was not cut up. In addition, the measurement of the cloth cut from the blanket presented as evidence do not match the measurement of the piece of cloth Fernandez is said to...

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