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And certainly in the speeches of my lawyer and the prosecuting counsel a great
deal was said about me; more, in fact, about me personally than about my crime.
Really there wasn't any very great difference between the two speeches.
You will have observed the way in which he answered my questions; he is
intelligent and he knows the value of words. And I repeat that it is quite
impossible to assume that, when he committed the crime, he was unaware what
he was doing.
A moment came when the Prosecutor paused and, after a short silence, said in a
low, vibrant voice: "This same court, gentlemen, will be called on to try tomorrow
that most odious of crimes, the murder of a father by his son." To his mind, such a
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