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Chapter 3

As Joe helps his father read through his old case files, several cases stand out. One in particular is that of Grace Lark. Mrs. Lark sued for the right to develop one hundred and sixty acres of land left to her biological daughter, Linda Wishkob, by her adopted parents. Mrs. Lark owns a gas station just outside of the reservation where she and her employees would add a surcharge for Indians who came to buy gas and other merchandize. When Whitey opened a gas station on the reservation, Mrs. Lark’s business all but failed. To add insult to injury, Mrs. Lark, who abandoned her daughter in the local hospital after she was born with several defects and was thought to be mentally disabled, felt that she was owed something by the people of the reservation for destroying her business. Basil ruled...

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