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Pablo
Author: Don Fraser

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There was no one in the village that would help Pablo, the banditos have raped and killed his two daughters and his wife, Pablo was a poor peasant that worked at the chapel helping the priest, the priest payed a small wage from the collections of the small chapel.

The banditos came riding into the village with their pistola's blazing, they rode their horses right into the only canteena in the village, after they had their fill of liquer, the went out on the dirt street and took every woman they saw and raped them, and then shot them as they tried to run away.

Pablo's only two daughters and his wife were among them, Pablo ran to the chapel and grabbed a shovel he used for the garden at the chapel. With the point of the shovel, he knocked one of the banditos off of his horse, but he hit the leader of the bandito's. As the leader wiped the blood off of his mouth he ordered some of the banditos to hold Pablo as he stood up and drew his whip from his side. He was just about to whip Pablo when a horse and rider came riding fast down the dirt street. The rider shot the leader dead. As his body lay there dead, the man on the horse pointed his pistola at the rest of the bandito's and told them to get out of the village now. The bandito's wasted no time in mounting their horses and rode back out to their camp in the desert. They knew they would be safe there.

The rider that rode down the street and killed the man that was going to whip Pablo. It was Pablo's son.

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