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CHAPTER 10 - THE TRAP

" But what about Pasco bein' with Tuck ?" asked Rocky. " I trailed them."
Bill didn't know. Maybe Tuck had left Pasco before the attack. Bill hadn't questioned Pasco about his meeting with Tuck, he reckoned it was wise to keep quiet about what he knew, at least until things were more clear.
JRight now the important point was to trap the rustlers. If the trap were sprung successfully it might well by-pass a whole lot of difficulties. There was as yet no proof against Tuck Werner and the other suspects. Bud could deny hiding the wire-say that he found it, didn't hide it, for example, or that Rocky had lied about seeing him. The presence of Tuck and eb near the outcrop wasn't proof of anything. No, the trap must be laid. If it failed because the enemy had changed their plans no harm could result. If it succeeded it could answer questions still wrapped in mystery. There were a whole lot, but the Doc's idea could offer a short-cut.
Callahan suggested that he could use some of his own men, whom he employed at the hotel. They were trustworthy and had been with Callahan for many years. Bill didn't accept the suggestion, however. Indian Range had sufficient hands for his purpose. The fewer who had any idea what was going on the better.
Bill drafted his plan of operation, hoping that the enemy would indeed strike at once, tonight. The odds were in favour of that, for as Rocky had realised, the bandits couldn't be sure that the cattle wouldn't be transferred to another grazing-ground soon. The wire had been hidden ready because anyone found riding the range with wire secreted about him would instantly be suspected. Precautions against this had been taken.

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