Indians, Outlaws, Marshals and the Hangin' Judge

It's the colorful story of Indian removal, crime, capital punishment and an infamous federal judge who sentenced scores of felons to hang by the neck until you are dead. Outlaw gangs hid from the law in lands given to native people, until Indian Territory was taken away and turned back to settlers.

Set in the late 19th Century, with topics that resonate today: racial bias, gun violence, Indian affairs and accusations of police brutality.