When Victor Larue, the one who terrorized Alex is brought to trial. At the trial, he manages to get the bailiff's gun. He then demands that Walker come here but Walker is chasing someone else. So while they wait he and Alex talk about the time he held her captive.
Walker working with the FBI busts an arms dealer. The man in charge pulls a gun and Walker shoots him and his dying words are for him to watch out for his brother. The brother who was out of the country training some mercenaries, upon learning of his brother's death, he takes his mercs and goes to Texas. Upon arriving he uses the FBI agent who worked with Walker to get him. He knocks him out and when Walker wakes up he tells Walker that he's going to have to take on each of his men who have been told to kill him.
When the Texas State Legislature is pondering budget cuts, Sen. Warren Hughes suggests disbanding the Texas Rangers ... unaware of a deadly plot an experienced jewel thief has planned for his daughter, Lindsey. When the thief hatches his plan and has Lindsey buried alive, it is up to Walker and Trivette to track down Lindsey's captors and where they have buried her before it is too late. In the process, Sen. Hughes learns just how vital the Rangers are to fighting crime.