Tom Gaumer
Another Why
Sat Feb 11, 0:06

Why didn't the Prosecution ask Virgil why he continued on down towards the cowboys after he and Wyatt both said in court under oath that they believed Behan had disarmed the cowboys. They both claimed to have put their guns away when Behan convinced them he had disarmed the cowboys.

Behan had disarmed the cowboys as he said he would, according to Wyatt's statement and Virgils testimony and Virgil still pressed on to a confrontation. Why?
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    • Another Why — Tom Gaumer, Sat Feb 11 0:06