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While tending cattle Blue sees an Indian girl bathing in a river. When he hears her cries, he spots an Army Lieutenant molesting her. Blue jumps in the water to stop the attack finding himself in a fight that ends with the Lieutenant dying from a stab wound with his own knife and the girl gone on the officer's horse. Blue returns the body to the fort where he learns the officer is the son of General Warren. Warren tells Major Anderson he wants Blue convicted of first degree murder in a court martial. Anderson is only too willing to accommodate the general. When he is turned down for a civilian trial, Big John wires east to have the trial moved but Anderson ignores the answer. Buck and Manolito try to convince Cochise to let the Indian woman testify but he refuses so Blue escapes the stockade but Big John convinces him to return. Buck and Manolito return with horses for Cochise who decides to let her testify but when Anderson learns Cochise was paid, it negates her testimony. The captain helping Big John is ordered to stay quiet about the reply from Washington but is able to give Big John a hint on how to proceed in the case.
Blue kills a soldier attacking an Indian girl and takes the body to the fort only to learn he is the son of a general who wants justice for his dead son. Big John tries to defend his son in the court martial but he is out of his element.
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