By Margaret Coel
During this most up-to-date Wind River Reservation secret, a psychopathic killer has brutally murdered 3 Shoshone Indians and posed their our bodies on a ancient battlefield. Is the killer's cause to impress a civil battle among the reservation's Shoshone and Arapaho population, or is his goal truly Father John O'Malley?
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Also a man, he could see, with the features of an Indian, dressed in blue jeans and a navy jacket opened over a light-colored shirt. In the center of the shirt, he saw the frozen puddle of blood. The scavengers had been here, too, pecking at the eyes and parts of the face. The body was propped upright against a tree stump, as if the man had sought a place to rest and had sat down, one hand relaxed in the snow. But the right hand was stuffed into the jacket pocket. A deliberate pose, Father John knew.
Judge Winslow stayed quiet a moment, peering again at his papers. Finally he looked up. “Well, it looks like we have a case of Mr. ” Larry Raven shifted from one foot to the other and glanced back at the rows of spectators. “Unfortunately, your honor, none of the complainants is here. I left messages at their homes this morning. ” “I can only surmise your honor,” the other lawyer continued, “that either the complainants didn’t get the message as to the time of the hearing or that they are too intimidated by Mr.
Out of line, Mr. ” Vicky pushed on. “These are spurious charges made by three men who don’t like my client. There is absolutely no evidence that my client attacked anyone. When the police arrested Mr. Montana, they searched his mother’s house and his pickup. They did not ﬁnd a riﬂe because there is no riﬂe. The only thing the tribal attorney has is the complainants’ version of what happened, which contradicts my client’s version. I intend to ﬁle a motion with the court to dismiss the charges for lack of probable cause.
Eye of the Wolf (A Wind River Reservation Myste) by Margaret Coel