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letters only the little papers they made it all sound so different about Beatty and Mr. Hartman so that I felt so ashamed because it hadn't been like that at all. Those papers were the worst of all because they printed pictures of us that weren't us at all and they drew pictures and they were all wrong and they told such lies. First I was so angry but when days went by I got kind of used to them and I had so many other things to think about.
We buried Beatty on Sunday and the crowds were terrible. I thought if only they would let us alone.
After the funeral a man from Danny's gang came to see me and he said what was I going to do about a lawyer and he said I'd better use the lawyer they always used. So I asked Eddie about it but Eddie said no we'll get the best lawyer there is. So he went downtown and came back but he said it was impossible because it would cost so much. So I said how much and he said thousands and thousands of dollars. So I telephoned down to Mr. Landry could I see him but old Mr. Landry didn't go to the store any more because he had had a stroke so his son came to see me and I told him I wanted to sell the house now and he talked with Eddie and they arranged it all that young Mr. Landry should buy it for twenty thousand dollars and I could live in it until after everything was over and afterwards Mr. Landry was going to tear it down and build an apartment house. Well I wouldn't need the house any more now because there wasn't anybody to live in it.
The trial was very quick and I don't know how it happened but the district attorney made me say all the things that Danny's lawyer didn't want me to say.
Danny's lawyer said Danny was a pathological case and that he was really not responsible for his actions and, he made

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