John Broom: [V.O] Prison was not new to me. I'd lived in them all my life. In submitting to prison life, embracing it... I could reject the world that had rejected me.
John Broom: Something about my memory of Bolton disturbed me but I could not put my finger on just what it was. All night long I built an imaginary life of which he was the center, and I always gave that life, which was begun over and over and transformed a dozen times, a violent end.
Millie Sklar: Richie was a complicated boy. On the one hand, very intelligent. But at the same time... withdrawn. It was really strange though, the amount of animosity that he would induce in the other children out of nowhere.