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carry them to a nearby holder and put them in.

Stan Watie watches them. Sergeant Jumper walks beside Watie.

SERGEANT JUMPER

Our people are adapting well to

this occupation.

General Watie is thinking and looking into space.

STAN WATIE

Yes,

(he pick up a torch and

lights it in the fire)

there is only one obstacle to total

harmony.

The sergeant looks at General Watie with a question on his face.

STAN WATIE

(continuing)

I need to end the meager John Ross

influence, once and forever.

Stan Watie walks away from Jumper to John Ross' vacant home and breaks out a window with the burning torch. The sergeant is dumb founded and just watches.

Watie sets the curtains on fire. He walks to the next window. He repeats the deed and throws the torch inside the house. Stan Watie walks back to the street in front of the house to watch it burn.

The people and soldiers don't move, they just look on sadly.

STAN WATIE

(continuing)

Burn in hell, John Ross!

The flames from the burning mansion fill the sky.

Sergeant Jumper walks beside Stan Watie and looks at the burning house.

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