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for attempted murder. Why did you lie to me? I didn’t lie. Yes, you did! What else are you not telling me? Jessie, noth game nothing. I swear. Is there a reason I should be worried? No. No, I promise you, this has nothing to do with you and me. And we will talk. It’s just game right now I have to go and check on Boots, okay? Jessie, it’s gonna be fi game J game Jess game Annie game you should get something to eat. Come on. I’ll take you. Hey, buddy. It’s Jackson. I’m not gonna say good-bye, ’cause you’re not going anywhere. Okay? We’re gonna get you out of here. You game me, Gil, Shawn. It’s gonna be like old times. I need to tell you something. I didn’t forget. I’ll never forget what they did to you, what they did to me, all of us. I’m sorry. All I ever really wanted to do was protect you. TU SUBTITULO Ye ! Where’s Shawn and Boots? I don’t know. Maybe E Block! E Block! Jackson, help! I’ll kill you! Let go of him! Get off! Get off of him! Get off of him! Get off of him! Get off! Jackson! Warden! Help! Warden, please! You owe me! No! No! No! Help me! No, Boots! Boots! Boots? Get a doctor. What’s-what’s happening? Get a doctor. What’s happening? Get the doctor. Sir, you need to step away. Sir. Please. Sir. Don’t do this, Boots. Boots! Please. Chest compressions. Excuse me. Continuing chest compressions. Let’s clear this room. What? No, what? No, no, no, no. Annie, come on. What? What? No, no, no, Annie. No, Annie, no. Just let them game let them handle it, Annie. Let them handle it. Come on! Gil! What are you doing, Gil? Darryl’s here. Same hospital I just watched my friend die. What are you gonna do? You’re gonna walk in there and shoot him in his bed? Eye for an eye, brother. Gil, stop. Stop. I know you’re upset about Boots. So am I. Shut up. Shut up. You don’t get to say that. You left us. I’m right here. I’m right here now, Gil. This is just so much bigger than you know. What the hell are you talking about? I spoke to Gangs Squad today. They said Darryl works for Terry and Eddie running drugs, guns, God knows whatever else. They’re in deep with the cartels. So? So these guys are connected, Gil. I’ve been looking into this. You remember the night of the riot? The warden, his guards, they all walked out on us. They left us. They said they lost control of E House. They said they were scared for their safety. That was a setup. That was all planned. Who the hell cares? You do! A year later, they sold Quitman to a private company. Guess who ended up vice president. Warden Carroll. Ten years later, guess who’s the head of the state parole board. Warden Carroll. They made him lieutenant governor. He is running for congress, for God’s sake. You can’t just walk up on the street and shoot him. Watch me. The way to get these guys is to expose them for what they did. We get ’em all arrested and they spend the rest of their lives in prison. You don’t get it, do you? I’d rather die than have anyone know what happened to us. You don’t mean that, Gil. I swear to God, Jackie. Gil game Why not? Gil, look at me. Look at me. I’m your brother. I’m your brother. And I’ve got you. I’ve got you. Put it down. Hey. I’m here. I got you. Nobody’s perfect. And when we put the past under a microscope, it’s-it’s easy to second-guess ourselves. Are there things that we did that we regret? Are there things that we didn’t do that we-we wish we had? I think the answer’s yes for all of us. Because we’re human beings. We game we feel. We love. We-we hurt. We cry. But no one really knows what is truly in our hearts. And that’s the problem the State has here. They have the burden to prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that my client knowingly and intentionally threw his wife off that dock and watched her drown. But they haven’t done that. They haven’t even come close. Yes, there was an argument that night. But you know what? People fight all the time. They get angry, and we get upset. But we don’t commit murder. Because we’re resilient. We’re strong, and we just walk away. That is exactly what Frank Cox did. This was nothing more than a terrible, tragic accident. So I ask you to return the only just verdict, which is not guilty. It’s time to let this man get on with his life. All right, everybody, listen up. First, to a job well done and a not guilty verdict in State v. Cox. And second, to our newest partner. Who will now be working not for but with his future wife. Congratulations, Jackson. Hear, hear! I’m so proud of you. Been looking forward to this day. So impressive. It was a great speech. Succinct and simple. I liked it. Nice. Less is more. Excuse me. Hello? You really don’t want to kick this rock. Who is this? You better be careful, Counselor. I don’t like people asking questions. I know what you did. Who was on the phone? I have no idea. It doesn’t make any sense. Nobody knows what happened. What are you gonna do, Jackie?! Well, I sure didn’t tell anyone. What the hell is that supposed to mean? Jessie, I’m gonna ask you something, and you have to answer me honestly. Did you tell Gil? No. I mean it. I just game Jackson, I didn’t tell



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