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During my interview of Marco at the police station I found that things had changed since Eddie had first come to see me Apart from the fact that the were mixed emotions towards his actions that evening I found that Catherine had seemed to disown him She said To hell with Eddie which shocked and saddened me to find that for all the love and protection he had given her she seemed not thankful for any of it Marcos stubbornness to his cause - that old Italian trait of honour and revenge We nearly couldnt persuade him that all we needed to get him out of there was his promise I asked him several times and Catherine tried to explain the system but he would not understand that the only law was that of the book - there were no unwritten laws of honour and family Being a lawyer I noticed his hesitation before he gave his word I knew he was an honourable man but I knew that something was going to happen anyway - he was so enraged It was like when Eddie came to see me originally I found that I knew he would report his cousins no matter what His love for Catherine whether conscious or subconscious would overpower his old-fashioned beliefs for loyalty to the family Then Marco did what I knew he would but I was powerless to stop it As Marco called Eddies name I knew that something was going to happen and it wasnt going to make the place any more beautiful than when Frankie Yale was cut precisely in half by a machine gun on the corner of Union Street I felt a certain admiration for Marco as he was starting the confrontation and everyone knew that hed done nothing wrong As Eddie emerged from his house he was calling his own name over and over as if trying to reassure himself that he still had
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