In the story, Juvencio states that he had to kill Don Lupe. What does this line reveal about how he views his deed?

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Juvencio killed Don Lupe for not allowing Juvencio's animals to graze on his land and for ultimately killing an animal that had wandered across the fence. We learn by the end of the story that this is an extremely brutal murder and all for a feud over whether or not the animals could cross into Don Lupe's land, which had much more and better grass.

The murder itself tells us a lot about Juvencio and his sense of morality. In his statement that he

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