From the very beginning of the trial, Juror Ten has been sure that
I don't understand you people. How can you believe this kid is innocent? Look, you know how those people lie. I don't have to tell you. They don't know what the truth is. And let me tell you, they don't need any real big reason to kill someone, either.
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There's not a one of 'em who's any good. We better watch out. Take it from me. This kid on trial ... Well, don't you know about them? Listen to me! What are you doing? I'm trying to tell you something .. . .
Reginald Rose, Twelve Angry Men, stage adaptation by Sherman L. Sergel, Dramatic Publishing Company, 1983, pp.59-60.
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