True History of the Kelly Gang - Parcel 9, "The Murders at Stringybark Creek" Summary & Analysis

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Parcel 9, "The Murders at Stringybark Creek" Summary

The beginning of Parcel 9 begins with Ellen Quinn sitting on the porch, waiting to be arrested. She is arrested, Constable Fitzpatrick lies about what happened, and Sir Redmond Barry, the same magistrate who sentenced Ned's uncle to death for burning down the house sentences Ellen to three years in prison and takes away her baby. Ned and Dan offer to turn themselves in if she is released, but Barry calls them louts who will be taught a lesson and refuses. When Ned hears this, he swears to do the same back to Barry. Wild Wright comes out to camp and warns them that Sgt. Kennedy and some others are planning to hunt them down. He has a fancy .52 Caliber repeating rifle, and has undertaker straps being made. He does not intend to capture...

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