The Whites Symbols & Objects

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Whites

Whites are criminals who escape justice. Billy and each other member of the Wild Geese have a personal White who has haunted them through the years. For Billy, it is the triple-murderer Curtis Taft. For Pavlicek, it is the sexual molester and murderer Jeffrey Bannion. For Yasmeen, it is murderer Eric Cortez. For Redman Brown, it is the killer Sweetpea Harris. For Jimmy, it is the killer Tomassi, who is struck by a bus and killed. In the present time, the surviving Whites are being killed off one by one by the Wild Geese, bringing to light a debate about justice for which Billy struggles to find an answer.

The WIld Geese

The “Wild Geese” is a nickname given to a former group of seven young police officers who served in the East Bronx in the 1990s. The public loved and respected the Wild Geese, who...

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