How is Steve Harmon in Monster affected by his mistake?

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Steve Harmon's involvement in the robbery, which results in the murder of Alguinaldo Nesbitt, dramatically impacts his perception of himself, his peace of mind, and his relationship with his father. Steve Harmon is a relatively well-behaved teenager who makes the terrible decision to participate in a store robbery along with two other young men. While Steve's involvement is ambiguous, he struggles with his conscience and continually questions his...

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