Why Did Heck Tate Insist That Bob Ewell Fell on His Own Knife?

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Heck Tate insists that Bob Ewell fell on his own knife to save Boo Radley from the unwanted publicity. Tate knew that Ewell had attempted to attack Scout and Jem.
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so that he can protect boo radley from all the publicity he would have to endure if people knew that he saved scout and jem
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I just got done reading this book in class! Uh Heck tate is so insistent that bob Ewell fell on his own knife because he does not want Boo/Arthur Radley to get in trouble. In the
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with him because i thought his values and ethics would insist on the truth. Even though it was his own son he would make sure everything was above board and honest. I also thought
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