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Harlem Neighborhood Drugstore
Late yesterday, two young men rushed into this neighborhood drugstore behind me and robbed it resulting in the death of owner 55-year old Alguinaldo Nesbitt.
Monster The Story of My Miserable Life
I looked over the movie again. I need it more and more. The movie is more real in so many ways than the life I am leading. No, that's not true. I just desperately wish this was only a movie. (P. 15)
Injustice Anywhere is a Threat to Everywhere!
O'BRIEN You're young, you're Black, and you're on trial. What else do they need to know?
STEVE I thought you're supposed to be innocent until you're proven guilty? (6.80-81)
Steve hears two women talking about the drugstore shooting an runs through a crowd of people just as the reporter and cameraman focuses on the store.
Steve wished he could re-write his story and change his current situation back to the way it was before the robbery happened. But this time he couldn't re-write it because the story-line was already set and he was living it. A complete nightmare!
“ It’s funny, but when I’m sitting in the courtroom, I don’t feel like I’, involved in the case. It’s like the lawyers and the judge and everybody are doing a job that involves me, but I don’t have a role. Its only when I go back to the cells that I know I have a role” Pg 52
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