When Walt is called to the scene of a murder of a local youth, he instantly recognizes him as one of a group of four boys who were acquitted of the rape of an developmentally challenged Cheyenne girl. With the cause of death being an arrow to the chest, Walt must act very carefully as tribal tensions are still high surrounding the failed rape case. Meanwhile, the relationship between Walt and Branch continues to break down, and a Denver detective arrives in town to interview Walt about another murder case. Written by
Did You Know?
At the end of the episode when Branch is waiting to see Jacob Noghthorse he sees a Dog Soldier headdress which is a direct reference to the episode "Dog Solider" in which the end scene is Jacob Nighthorse in full dog soldier leather nailing himself to the earth underneath a full moon as a traditional dog soldier would. See more
When Rich was explaining to Walt how Jake had put a gun to his head to force him into raping Ayasha. During the flashback of the rape, Jake was holding the gun to the middle of Rich's back. See more
Sheriff Walt Longmire
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