Chief Ross, sit down. I understand
you feel this action is illegal?
John Ross remains standing.
That's right, General. I protest
the cruel treatment of my people
and the murder of Paul Deerinwater
who was executed for protecting his
The General has a look of authority.
Guard your words, Chief. Murder is
a strong charge. The major that
carried out the execution has
reported. It is justified.
John is just as commanding. He leans forward.
General, my people are civilized. All
we wanted was peace. Your government
took our schools, our businesses.
Because powerful men in Georgia and
Washington wanted them. Where's the
justice, in an eviction of greed.
The General relaxes again.
I don't know about the politics. I just
carry out the orders. Take it up in
John offers a warning.
You should worry general. It could
be your family someday.
General Scott is unconcerned.
Your protest can't be heard here.