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|six||Jul 31 2013, 08:17 AM|
She's not strident because she wants to do her job, and I'm talking about her behavior as a whole, not just yesterday's scenes. She's strident because she arrived on the scene looking for a fight. Her mind was made up from day 1. And she should be in this to get justice, but instead, she comes off as if she's in it to win and to grab a a piece of the spotlight for herself. IDK who posted this earlier, but they're right in that Days has made her into the stereotypical one note prosecutor villain instead of making her an actual character. She's working with the most honest police officer in the universe, aka Abe Carver, and she's riding him like he's the Mickey Horton/Stefano Dimera of the SPD. If she'd just calm the heck down and work with the cops instead of working against them, maybe she won't end up looking foolish when this is all over. They are supposed to be on the same side, after all. Then, there's the way she chose to ruin an event that was doing something positive for the city, because she just had to have Sami arrested at the school opening. This woman acts like Sami ran over her dog.
Edited by six, Jul 31 2013, 08:22 AM.
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