TV-14 | | Western
Detective Matthias Breecher is hired to track down the worst of the Confederate war criminals. As he roams the Old West seeking justice, his resolve is tested when he meets a determined pioneer woman who is far more than she seems.
Post-war, only two Confederates were tried, convicted and executed - Henry Wirz (Andersonville) and Champ Ferguson (guerrilla). All other possible military tribunals were ceased by proclamation of President Andrew Johnson in 1866.
You see when I came to this town many years ago it was a rough place. As one can imagine, any town that just struck silver might be. And I saw an opportunity.
Mathias Breecher: Wearing that badge is a privilege, not an opportunity.
Alice was correct when she called the horse a him as the horse was decidedly a gelding, not a mare. Breecher was wrong about his own horse's gender.