The Whistler Symbols & Objects

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Toll Road

This toll road is a symbol of greed. The county of Brunswick originally agreed to build a road to the reservation when it was planned for the casino to be built because the county leaders thought they would get tax revenue from the casino. When it was learned the county would receive no income from the casino, they made the road a toll road so they could recoup some of their money.

Signed Formal Complaint

This signed formal complaint symbolizes Myers intent to go forward with the investigation into McDover despite his suspicion that there is danger involved in that investigation.

Leather Satchels

These matching leather satchels symbolize the transfer of money from Dubose to McDover each month. Dubose brings a satchel full of money to McDover in her condo at Rabbit Run the first Wednesday of each month. He leaves with the matching, empty...

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