EgoPo's 'A Human Being Died That Night': An intimate struggle of forgiveness and accountability

EgoPo's 'A Human Being Died That Night': An intimate struggle of forgiveness and accountability

EgoPo's 'A Human Being Died That Night': An intimate struggle of forgiveness and accountability

Pulma posed penetrating questions to Eugene, who was chained to the table, symbolizing his volatile nature, with the intention of unraveling the threads of his twisted motives in hopes of discovering his humanity. Though Pulma tried to maintain a sense of objectivity and professionalism, she found herself emotionally invested in Eugene’s story.

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Published at Sun, 28 Oct 2018 22:18:38 +0000

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