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After Benedetto stabs Caderousse (just as the Count knew he would), Abbé Busoni brings the wounded Caderousse into his house and makes him sign a document stating that Benedetto is indeed his murderer.
Abbé Busoni tries to make Caderousse ask for God's forgiveness for all of the evil, cruel, horrible things he has done in his life, but Caderousse won't budge.
Then, Abbé Busoni tells Caderousse that he is really Edmond Dantès, the man whose life he ruined so many years before in Marseilles, and Caderousse is thoroughly shocked.
Caderousse then realizes that there is a higher power and divine justice in the world.