Fredriani, the Real Victim?

In chapter 12, we get a closer look at Fredriani's personal life after the trial. He manages to find a decent paying job as a truck driver before working his way into corporate society again, reconcile with his family through Andrea, and find love again with Eileen. Despite the sting of fortunate events, ruin continues to follow Fredriani's every step as he loses both of his new families. I feel the most important factor to consider is Fredriani's tendency to repeat destructive habits in his relationships; it seems that his wild side always pops out after a certain length of time with a new flame. Andrea's comments about his physical abuse and Eileen's concerning his "two personalities" may hint towards a fractured psyche that the man may just be unable to control. Regardless of whether Fredriani killed Greenwood or not, the man is in clear need of psychological help, which would address his emotional stability and pathological drive to extremely passionate relationships.
Fredriani, the Real Victim?

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