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The Way West (1955)

made out as he walked closer, and Brother Weatherby, then Brewer and McBee. He didn't try to single out more, for now he saw an Indian with them, hands behind him, naked from the crotch strap up. Brewer held a rifle on him. Weatherby and Tadlock were arguing. Tadlock had a rope.
The fact came slow to Evans, and then he hardly believed. He looked to the wagons for signs of everyday. No one moved there except for Mrs. Brewer, shooing her young ones out of sight. He couldn't see another soul until his eye fixed on the tents and saw the heads of women poking. He dropped Nellie's reins.
The men didn't notice him until he spoke. "What you all aimin' to do?"
Tadlock turned around, the rope tight-held in his hand, and a quick displeasure showed on his face. "You've got eyes, haven't you?"
Weatherby turned, too. "They're going to hang a man." His long finger poked at Tadlock. "I warn you, Brother Tadlock, you'll be breaking the Commandments. The sin will be on you."
" If it's a sin it will be on all of us."
" We kin stand it," McBee said. "What you want us to do, say thankee to a thief?"
" Thou shalt not kill."
" Do we argue foriver with this preacher?" It was Daugherty asking, the heat in him giving an extra Irish to his words.
" Go awayl" Tadlock waved at Weatherby. "You've done your duty. Now go awayl"
While they yammered at one another, the Indian stood quiet except for his eyes. They went from face to face. He wasn't much more than a boy, Evans

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