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how does the prosecuting attorney connect the next case to Meursaults?


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The prosecuting attorneyconcludes by comparing Meursault's case to the parricide trial to follow, resolving that Meursault's lack of humanity is much worse than, and a precursor to, the parricide. Meursault has no place in human society since he upholds none of its rules, he states before calling for the death penalty and calling Meursault a monster.