So what do we all make of Lewis's reading of Dredd?
For starters, I've always imagined that Dredd was a tricky proposition for psis to read (triple-zero rated and all that), but that's really an assumption, so not really relevant.
But the idea that Dredd isn't a 'complex mess of distractions, hopes regrets and dreams', or that he 'accepts his flaws and just moves on'? I always thought Dredd was chock-full of doubt, guilt and regret, but did his duty anyway. Certainly any time we get his internal monologue it seems to be agonising about something: Rico, Vienna, Fargo, De Marco, Beeny, old cases, the citizens... I prefer the idea that Joe is unwavering and resolute despite his internal turmoil, rather than because of its absence.
Also, while a nice scene, why does Hershey bring up Dredd at a? Is it because she's doing to Lewis exactky what Dredd has done to her?