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Answered by jill d #170087
Wargrave was killed (or so it seemed), even after the Judge had been so smug about being careful. Blore felt that his death made all of the Judge's beliefs and advice nothing more than hypocrisy.For all his sagacity, for all his caution and astuteness, the old judge had gone the way of the rest. Blore snorted with a kind of savage satisfaction. "What was it the old geezer had said?" "We must be very careful..." Self-righteous smug old hypocrite. Sitting up in court feeling like God Almighty. He'd got his all
right... No more being careful for him.
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