Aaron 'Hotch' gets a visit from his brother Sean, who intends to abandon the plan to study law, like their late dad and Aaron. Five students aged 19 are found horribly murdered in a vacant house in Terra Mesa, New Mexico, unbound, skinned alive, one impaled alive: traditional Indian torture methods. The team quickly suspects it must be the collective work of a 'pack'. First they consider the local reservation policeman Benjamin Blackwood's son John, a teacher noted for Indian activism. His tracker skills on the murder site concludes it was not the work of real Indians, as no tribe practiced all these methods, he agrees to act as a consultant. As the killers were probably not Indian but wanted it to appear so, next suspects are the heavily armed ADU. They were founded by local businessman Roy Minton, mainly recruiting from construction, to fight the Indian land claims. A fingerprint belongs to a sixth student, Ingrid Greisen. Her parents say they didn't even know she was missing as she... Written by
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In this episode it shows an Apache tribe who are dealing with murderers. During a part of the episode one of the men depicting an Apache man says that the Apache call themselves "The Dineh" which means "The People". Actually this is a Navajo word which means "The People" and the Navajo call refer to themselves as that. Furthermore, adding "The" to the beginning would be redundant because simply saying "Dineh" is more than sufficient as Dineh means "The People". See more
You know, your rhetoric sounds just hateful enough to justify violence.
We don't need to stoop to their level. We're fighting the Indians in court.
Is that right? Then why all the guns, Roy? Our records show that your 200 members carry over 450 firearms.
We're simply exercising our constitutional right under the Second Amendment. We have the right to defend ourselves.
450 guns, Roy. I don't think so. That's not self-defense. That's plain paranoid.
Composed by Guy Berryman
, Jon Buckland
, Will Champion
, Chris Martin
Performed by Coldplay See more