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Maria shrieked, flinching, a hand to her heart. The stream of empty brass casings tinkled against the floor. The Redneck collapsed dead on top of George and Sy's bodies. Maria was nearly paralyzed in bewilderment and shock, her lower lip trembling. "What in God's name is going on? You had the gun the whole time, but you didn't use it till now? " Another tired breath. " Haggert fingered the odd boxy firearm. "It's all about hatred. It's all relative. It's more effective to let someone else's hatred work for me, to my own end.
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