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.
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The scene in which Chuck Norris is staked out, spread-eagle style, to be tortured by scorpions has two antecedents. In the 1959 "Timbuktu," a bare-chested Victor Mature is staked out in similar fashion, only his torture is to be administered by a venomous tarantula. Just as Norris is eventually rescued by his horse, so too was a bare-chested Richard Boone rescued by his horse after he'd been staked out and left to die by Indians in a 1957 episode of "Have Gun Will Travel" titled "The Yuma Treasure." See more
Alex Cahill tells Victor LaRue she has recorded the phone-call between them and is going to use it in court as evidence. Federal law requires that at least one party taking part in the call must be notified of the recording. For example, it would be illegal to record, without notification, the phone calls of people who come into a place of business and ask to use the telephone. Several states require that all parties consent when one party wants to record a telephone conversation. So, what she has done means the recording cannot be entered as evidence. See more