at the gun shop as he had his own guns a block away in the Grand Saloon. I didn't remember it was caused by a question from his own attorney .
On another subject you gave a great list of what you considered provocations from the cowboys. I can't find it because the posts don't change color all the time on my computer as they once did. I will search for it again.
But this is the question I can't get answered.
What required Virgil to go down to the scene of the shooting at the exact moment he did? He had waited an hour or so but now he feels he must go.
Why? He knows Behan is trying to solve the problem and there is no known problem or emergency requiring Virgils attention. What is a good reason for Virgil to interfere with Behan?
What makes the cconsequences worth the effort when Behan might still solvee the problem and , if he does not, then Virgil can take over for him?
Why isn't it possible to reach the conclusion Virgil was seeking a fight and/or caused one by his impatience?
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