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Mar 25, 9:00pm Top

Did your view of Stone change when he killed Seagraves?

Mar 25, 9:12pm Top

I had no problem with that.

Mar 25, 11:51pm Top

I didn't have a problem either. Whoever was paying for the information might have found a way to get him out of prison and more people would die. Especially Oliver. Seagraves would have been determined to pay Oliver back for capturing him.

Mar 26, 7:27am Top

My view of him would have changed if he HADN'T killed him.

Mar 26, 2:47pm Top

If Stone didn't kill Seagraves then his life would be in danger.

Mar 26, 5:03pm Top

No. I think we were all aware of Stone's credentials, and the lengths he could go, from the first book. He was a trained killer, after all is said and done.

Mar 27, 12:39am Top

No. I felt the man needed to die. I feel like if he hadn't Seagraves would have gotten away and hunted everyone down and kill them off one by one.

Mar 27, 12:43pm Top

Isn't that in his wheelhouse? A Liam once said, he is a man of particular skills.


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