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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
They were destroying the land of his heritage...now they must pay!
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The Deceiver. Wiisagejaak was told to teach man how to live in the right way. How to be able to get along with the creatures and the forests. But Wiisagejaak made quarrels; he stained the ground with blood. They told him no more but he didn't listen.
What's the point Wilf, huh? Is there a point?
Wiisagejaak had to be stopped. There was too much blood. He'd become a victim of his own stupid ways. He'd lost himself. He had to be stopped.
[hinting for Peter to stop Arthur
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