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Freeda 2022-09-20 23:14:53

I thought I was someone who wouldn't be turned left by others, but I was wrong.
Like all good movies I watch, I always binge-watch the entire show to keep the plot tight and not lose any details.
_ Seeing Naz being charged as a "murder" for no reason is just pathetic and believes he is innocent.
But after seeing it, I forgot which episode it was (there were only so many episodes in total, and I would actually forget hehe--), and I started to distrust him, just like him.
Prosecutors capture the most obvious and suspicious point of Naz's story, what exactly you do between the time you've had sex with her and the time you wake up from the kitchen. are you sleeping? Or did you go downstairs to sleep after you stabbed her one by one? still? ? Did you really not kill her?
Naz said, I don't know.
Since Naz went to prison, he has discovered his violent tendencies. After his bedmate poured hot water and oil on him, he didn't intend to take revenge. After seeing the smile that the trick was successful, he angrily rushed to the second floor for help, and was later provoked in the bathroom for And fists and feet confront each other, and in the end the roommate is half-dead. As the plot progresses step by step, it is discovered that Naz has had similar incidents before. Pushing classmates down the stairs, smashing drink cans at racist classmates, there seems to be another one but I have forgotten (*^__^*) Hee hee... Then I recalled the funny black man in the first episode after he taunted him Angrily looking at the black man's eyes, well, it fully proves that when he gets angry, he can really ignore the 3721, and his hands start to itch.
So, in fact, he might have stabbed the girl 22 times under extreme excitement. (It is said that this girl is Sabrina in Mickey~ This drama is very funny to say hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee ==)
But in fact as an audience, I stand in the perspective of God and have sharp eyes, I should also know very well that the murderer will not It was him, but he couldn't help but think in that direction.
Am I also unconsciously infected, just wanting to prove his guilt and not wanting to know the truth?
But in fact, both the lawyer and the prosecutor, they did not really want to know the truth, but collected information and debated on the premise of proving his innocence or guilt.
Of course this drama The point doesn't seem to be here, but all I see is this pull.
I saw a lot of great gods say that lawyers' feet and cats raised by lawyers represent what they mean. I just want to say that I am really shallow and don't understand that part very well.
After reading more relevant information in the future, I can have a deeper understanding.

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