Perhaps that is Alexander's just desserts. I wonder if he ever visited the graves of the men he was responsible for murdering? As to Mr. Allardice's remarks, I can see the measure of a man of little sensitivity, apparently no particylar concern about this injustice. I can see that coming from a scurrilous poltroon as Alexander, not a learned historian.
I suppose I was wrong to that extent. For all I really know, Allardice is merely fabricating his so-called facts.
It was the reconstituted government that billed the indictment against Alexander. Why on Earth would they simply blow-off an eight count murder indictment, when Rangers clearly pursued the likes of John Wesley Hardin into Florida?