WALK THE YARD
Hesutu was a man of the Native American Indian Miwok tribe. Hesutu was known as “Mike” by those who had not lived in these lands 50,000 years. Hesutu had killed a rival in a bar fight. Hesutu now stood and faced his first day of Life Without Parole. He began to walk in the exercise yard. The gangs of white, black, and brown inmates had his scent already.
A year ago Hesutu and his rival Honon had argued in the Molimo bar about the disputed Tribal Election to decide power over the Miwok Gold Resort and Casino.
Honon, whose name means “bear”, pounded the bar, asking Hesutu, “Who then is rightfully Miwok?”
Hesutu, whose name means “yellow jacket nest rising out of the ground”, replied bitterly, “You have expelled dozens of my friends from the tribe, saying they had…
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