In the Southtown Cemetery, a solitary tombstone stands.
They would have put up a memorial. It would be a fitting tribute to the man who lived -- and died -- in the name of justice. He gave his entire life for the good of all, relentlessly pursuing the unapproachable ideal of righteousness. And he was cut down in his prime, his last actions a final testimony even as his death reflected his life: a shining light, the flame of justice that burned long after the candle died.