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My relief is two-fold.  Doctor Woodard is dead, and that was due to a collaboration between Hoffman and myself.

She is finally embracing the reality of what she is and has become: a murderer.  At last, that distanced air of faux, moral superiority is gone.  At last, she will be less haughty in her powers over me.  In fact, does she have them at all?

The beast has served me well.

BC

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