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What were the discussions around pulling off such a big twist now and still being able to use him for as long as the story requires next season if his new pilot goes? I hope for his pilot to go — I adore Gloria [Calderon Kellett, who created the new show], and I love Brett, and that would be the best case scenario. We can make things work with the right intention, and I think there is. I have to go into it with that. How important is it to you to pay that off?
I think we will, but what could be so shocking unless they were brother and sister? That was our red herring because we had to build up something without giving it away. I thought it functioned on that level, and he made a really selfless sacrifice for Jane.
Yes, that was also in there to take [the audience] down many avenues of suspense in order to set your expectations that it was going to be something big — to set the table for a telenovela twist.
How did you decide Petra was going to be guilty? We knew from the minute we started the story. She obviously did not expect to fall in love with her lawyer, and she did not expect to fall in love with J. And right after that, she went into survival mode. How changed do you consider Petra, not only from committing the crime and covering it up but also from falling in love and losing that love, as well as still having someone out to kill her?
She is certainly going to try to win that relationship back. She does love her. Alba becoming a citizen was a nice celebration in the sea of all of this turmoil. What was most important to you about balancing the emotions of the episode?
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We wanted to build the episode with a lot of joy and give enough time to that because it meant a lot to the series [and] it meant a lot to the storytelling, so we wanted to give it time to really step that out and give it enough space to unfold. All four were indicted for the murder, despite conflicting evidence that Bernstein had been killed by Constable Atanacio Martinez. All of these indictments except Bonney's were later quashed. Antrim, alias Kid, alias Bonny [ sic ]" but was unable to execute them "owing to the disturbed condition of affairs in that county, resulting from the acts of a desperate class of men".
It specifically excluded persons who had been convicted of or indicted for a crime, and therefore excluded Bonney. According to eyewitnesses, the pair were innocent bystanders forced at gunpoint by Jesse Evans to witness the murder. On March 15, Governor Wallace replied, agreeing to a secret meeting to discuss the situation. Bonney met with Wallace in Lincoln on March 17, During the meeting and in subsequent correspondence, Wallace promised Bonney protection from his enemies and clemency if he would offer his testimony to a grand jury.
As agreed, Bonney provided a statement about Chapman's murder and testified in court.
Bonney escaped from the Lincoln County jail on June 17, The origin of the difficulty was not learned. He walked up to Grant, told him he admired his revolver, and asked to examine it.
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Grant handed it over. Before returning the pistol, which Bonney noticed contained only three cartridges, he positioned the cylinder so the next hammer fall would land on an empty chamber.
Grant suddenly pointed his pistol at Bonney's face and pulled the trigger. When it failed to fire, Bonney drew his own weapon and shot Grant in the head. A reporter for the Las Vegas Optic quoted Bonney as saying the encounter "was a game of two and I got there first". Cornered at Greathouse's ranch, Bonney told the posse they were holding Greathouse as a hostage.
Carlyle offered to exchange places with Greathouse, and Bonney accepted the offer. Carlyle later attempted to escape by jumping through a window but he was shot three times and killed.Jane & Billy 1x02 // Auld Lang Syne (Jane by Design)
The shoot-out ended in a standoff; the posse withdrew and Bonney, Rudabaugh, and Wilson rode away. Unknown to Bonney and his companions, a posse led by Pat Garrett was waiting for them. The posse opened fire, killing O'Folliard; the rest of the outlaws escaped unharmed. When they arrived on December 26, they were met by crowds of curious onlookers.
The following day, an armed mob gathered at the train depot before the prisoners, who were already on board the train with Garrett, departed for Santa Fe.
Garrett refused to surrender the prisoner, and a tense confrontation ensued until he agreed to let the sheriff and two other men accompany the party to Santa Fe, where they would petition the governor to release Rudabaugh to them. The laugh's on me this time. On the evening of April 28,while Garrett was in White Oaks collecting taxes, Deputy Bob Olinger took five other prisoners across the street for a meal, leaving James Bell, another deputy, alone with Bonney at the jail.
Bonney asked to be taken outside to use the outhouse behind the courthouse; on their return to the jail, Bonney—who was walking ahead of Bell up the stairs to his cell—hid around a blind corner, slipped out of his handcuffs, and beat Bell with the loose end of the cuffs.
During the ensuing scuffle, Bonney grabbed Bell's revolver and fatally shot him in the back as Bell tried to get away. Bonney waited at the upstairs window for Olinger to respond to the gunshot that killed Bell and called out to him, "Look up, old boy, and see what you get".
When Olinger looked up, Bonney shot and killed him. Around midnight, the pair sat in Maxwell's darkened bedroom when Bonney unexpectedly entered. Recognizing Bonney's voice, Garrett drew his revolver and fired twice. The first bullet struck Bonney in the chest just above his heart, killing him.
The jury members interviewed Maxwell and Garrett, and Bonney's body and the location of the shooting were examined.
The jury certified the body as Bonney's, and according to a local newspaper, the jury foreman said, "It was the Kid's' body that we examined". Ritch, the acting New Mexico governor, refused to pay the reward. Although only a few copies sold following its release, it eventually became a reference for later historians who wrote about Bonney's life.