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Part 5, Chapter 89
The Trial at Eudora
- Back in Washington, D.C., Hensen enters the oval office to find the President dancing.
- Roosevelt assures him that everything is fine; he's just glad to have gotten the latest from Ben and Abraham.
- Some people have been arrested for shooting a Black man. Yippee.
- Hensen doesn't see the immediate joy in that news, but Roosevelt assures him it's good news: Finally white men are being held accountable for what they do to Black men.
- Roosevelt knew he was right to sit back and wait for Ben to do something about the problem, noting that it's always best not to interfere. Phew.
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