The Rum Diary: The Long Lost Novel - Chapters 8-9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 8-9 Summary

Paul and his friends arrive at the police station and are put in a cell. When a cop comes to interview them, another fight breaks out when Sala attempts to stand. All three are again beaten and then they are roughly taken from the cell and led down a hallway. Paul sees Moberg at a desk and screams to him to get help, hoping he is not to drunk to realize who is yelling at him. Paul and his friends spend six hours in another cell before they are taken in front of a judge. The cops give their side of the story first, and from what little Paul and Sala can understand, they are being accused of starting a fight with the cops. They try to protest, but are silenced by the judge. Then Sanderson appears. Sanderson begins dropping names...

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