‘Wrong Target’ By Lana Bradstream

People in Trier kept to themselves, but loved to know one another’s business. They gathered information through watching, listening, whispering. Their eyes, ears and tongues descended on Thomas, a young man whose hands were sticky. Their vindictiveness and judgments took Thomas from a life on the streets to something much worse.

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