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Clyde Shelton (Character)
from Law Abiding Citizen (2009)

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Law Abiding Citizen -- A brilliant sociopath (Gerard Butler) orchestrates a series of high-profile murders that grip the city of Philadelphia -- all from inside his jail cell. The prosecutor assigned to his case (Jamie Foxx) is the only one who can end his reign of terror.
Law Abiding Citizen -- A clip from the movie Law Abiding Citizen.
Law Abiding Citizen -- Clip: Where's Reynolds?
Law Abiding Citizen -- Interview: Viola Davis "On the audience feeling sympathy for Clyde"
Law Abiding Citizen -- The Plot: An everyday guy (Butler) decides to take justice into his own hands after a plea bargain sets his family's killers free. His target: The district attorney who orchestrated the deal.

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From Law Abiding Citizen (2009)
Nick Rice: Is your name Clyde Alexander Shelton?
Clyde Shelton: Yes sir
Nick Rice: And you've waived your right to counsel is that correct?
Clyde Shelton: Yes sir
Nick Rice: You sure you want to do that?
Clyde Shelton: Yes sir
Nick Rice: Did you murder Clarence Darby?
Clyde Shelton: I wanted him dead he killed my wife and child
Nick Rice: Rupert Ames, did you murder him too?
Clyde Shelton: Rupert Ames deserved to die, they both deserved to die
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