The truth behind a murderer
Anna Elz

He’s a follower. That’s a great point that is brought up! We see him make decisions based on the direction of other people or other things. He’s very reactive rather than proactive. He reacts to his sister’s look of horror with disdain and hatred for her (13). He reacts to his new cellmate even though he doesn’t really care which bunk he has (3). He even lets coin tosses make decisions for him (16). And even in prison, he doesn’t really want a position of leadership but a role of respect.

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