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Chapter Eight of Bruce Wayne: Murderer gives Sasha Bordeaux the starring role, under the hands of Greg Rucka, Steven Lieber and Mick Gray, in Detective 767 (April 2002).

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Sasha sits in prison, awaiting her trial, and enduring the hardships and humiliations of life behind bars.

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Even her lawyer cannot understand why she will not take a plea, or give any sort of proper defense or explanation.  And as the story progresses, and Sasha wears down, she begins to wonder herself.

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Her dream of Batman coming to her aid, and freeing her, is nothing more than a dream.

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But as she reaches her lowest point, a touch on the shoulder from Bruce strengthens her resolve.

Up to this point, I enjoyed the Bruce Wayne: Murderer storyline, to a degree.  His silence was a bit annoying, along with the fact that he didn’t seem to be trying very hard to clear his name.  But I had faith in it.

That faith would not sustain it much longer.

The story continues in Nightwing.

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