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2017-06-06 02:25 pm (UTC)
Lesgle and Feuilly both certainly feel terrible about the killing that they did in the 1832 rebellion. That said, they felt at the time that there were no non-violent ways to stop society's and the government's violence, and the reading they've done in Milliways since then still leaves them both feeling that fighting and killing were necessary. So they regret it hugely and they don't regret it at all.
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