When a lawyer loses an appeal to stop a logging company from clear-cutting Native American land, Arthur, an Indian militant drags him and the kidnapped logging mill manager into the forest. The lawyer's empty talk about how the company's greed should be punished is put into brutal action by Arthur, who tortures the manager in allegorical ways mimicking what loggers do to the forest. Written by
Thomas Pluck <email@example.com>
They were destroying the land of his heritage...now they must pay!
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You disappoint me Arthur. Why you doing this? What's this all about?
What, you wanna go with those guys? Catch up.
[referring to hunters
You'd shoot me.
Maybe. Might shoot you if you stay too.
References The Last Wave