How did Perry feel about what he did? What did he expect his punishment to be?
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Perry saw his crime as unforgivable, and he expected to be executed for his part in the crime.
But that was not what Perry really believed; he believed what he'd written Don Cullivan, with whom he now corresponded regularly: his crime was "unforgivable," and he fully expected to "climb those thirteen steps."
In Cold Blood