Sackett is the district attorney, charged with bringing criminal
How about getting me on your side? A full confession, a quick plea of guilty, and I’ll ask for clemency for you both.
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The end of this story it’ll be a rope with you hanging on the end of it. They’ll bury you with the paupers that were too goddamn dumb to make a deal.
For the full extended monologue, refer to this script edition: Jon Jory. The Postman Always Rings Twice. Dramatists Publishing, 2018. pp. 48-49.
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