"I don't think it even matters, but we'll go back to using Durham. You know what, you don't even have to ask me any questions 'cuz I'm just going to say this. I'm pissed off as hell. Sure, my author took a lot of time tweaking, outlining and writing this book around my character and I know it's topic no one really wants to discuss, but it is a topic that is bigger than this book. Just look at the news at what is happening in some place called Cleveland, TX. Hell, I thought someone had made that sh...mess up. Gang raping a child and then blaming the poor girl. No ifs or buts about it, if I were walking those streets, someone would pay. You would think that was a fictional story, but its the same kind of life many children endured in Shiningbal.
Me, I don't play games. Life Demands Action at least that's what me and my friends believe. I do whatever it takes. I can’t sit around and let men like that scum continue to prey on defenseless children and get away with it. I’m sure if a common person were to find out about what I am doing they would be torn between two minds. One side would negate me into the role of a murderer while the other side, the more truthful side, would applaud me for taking a stand and ridding the world of useless and dispensable trash. But then I'm a fictional character and if I were real I would follow the words of my friend Penny and I would kill and kill again. I would hang the creeps by the family jewels until their head fell off. I would wipe the earth clear of anyone who thinks he should be able to rip the innocence from a child with such a callous and violent act. I would end their life and think nothing about it.”
Durham (or whomever he chose to be) rose from the chair in an angry rush and stormed out of the door.
The Voice: Well, folks there you have it. As usual the interview has been cut short. Read the book and learn more from the characters.
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