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CHAPTER 10 - THE TRAP

Bill. " Rocky told me comin' along that Pasco has been here," he said. " That right ?"
" Sure, I was comin' to that, and to somethin' else these guys don't know. My hunch is Pasco knows nothin' about your trouble, Bruce."
JAt that the silent Jake spat with obvious derision. ake knew by now why Pasco had come to the hideout, or rather why he said he had come, but Jake wasn't swallowing it without proof. Pasco said that on the previous evening he had seen, from a distance, the attack on his grandfather, White Eagle, had glimpsed Bill and Ned intervene. Pasco had hurried to the spot. In the meantime Bill had gone under cover and Ned had been after the other Indian. Pasco had taken White Eagle back to the holding and later, when he was sure the old man was all right, had trailed the rangers. Today he had completed his tracking and had come to the hide-out-to thank Bill for what he had done.
Jake spat again at his own thoughts, while Bill explained this to the others. Jake wasn't swallowing the story, even if Bill did. Pasco hadn't said why his father had been attacked, had stated that he didn't know who had laid for him ; he had been too far away to identify the attacker. That didn't go down with Jake, none of it. A thieving, crooked lot, Indians, even if this one had returned Bill's flask to him. Pasco had bigger fish to fry, no doubt.
Bill, however, didn't agree, not necessarily.
" My hunch is Pasco was tellin' the truth," he said now. " I've dealt with Indians before-Pasco is pure Apache, they don't tell lies and don't get themselves mixed up in crime, not often."
Rocky tried to interrupt but the ranger waved him into silence. He had more to say.

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