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Stan is harsh.

STAN WATIE

My brother is dead. You betrayed your

friend. I hold you accountable for

the murders committed today.

John is dismayed by the news of his friends death.

JOHN ROSS

I will grieve, but I don’t carry the

responsibility. He alone does that.

Stan is angry.

STAN WATIE

Your lackeys have now killed The

Ridge. Your will come, soon.

John is not going to take this insult.

JOHN ROSS

You and your brother live outside

of council law. Your ambition for

wealth has caused you to ride as

a General in a covert army, when

our nation has treaties with the

Union. My friend signed a treaty

without the council. These are

the deeds that cause death by our

law. You should not be surprised.

General Watie glares at John and rides on in front of his large column of soldiers.

A young Cherokee boy walks from the Livery Stable leading a strong black horse. He hands the reins to John as John watches Stan Watie ride away.

CHEROKEE BOY

Chief Ross, your horse.

John smiles and pats the boy on the head. He hands him a silver coin. John mounts up and rides away.

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