At this point in the story, the Scottsboro Boys have been in prison
ANDY: Point is, we saw all kinda faces come and go. Even the prosecutor – who get elected lieutenant governor but still keep on the case! – even he, one day, up and died. Six years in, seem like all the faces had changed.
LEROY: 'Cept ours.
CLARENCE: Got that right.
ANDY: No, actually, yours too, little brother! And Eugene's! The two of you sproutin' mustaches. Turnin' into men!
OLEN: That be the thing in prison. Some of life stops and some of life don't. Make it hard to keep your footin'.
(CLARENCE, CHARLIE and ANDY concur.)
HAYWOOD: Okay, Willie, I think that sets things up. Go ahead and read your letter. Nice and loud.
WILLIE: (steps forward, reads) Dear Miss Damon...
EUGENE: You so full of shit, Haywood.
HAYWOOD: (a moment, then:) Say what?
EUGENE: You heard me. You are so
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