In a fierce gun battle Jesse faces off against Quincannon and the Meat Men to protect his church, while Tulip tries to save a friend.
Did You Know?
Quincannon had no legal right to try and take the church away from Jesse. Verbal agreements are not binding if there is no witness, and even if there is a witness they usually are not legally binding. Since Jesse did not sign any legal documents Quincannon had no legal claim over the church or the property, and therefore in the eyes of the law would be guilty of trespassing, assault with a deadly weapon and even attempted murder. Jesse however would be in the clear, as he was just acting in self defense and should not of been arrested. And even if Quincannon was the legal owner of that land, the way he tried to take it from Jesse would of gotten him arrested as well. If someone needs to be forcibly evicted you don't do it yourself, you have to have the police do it, you can't just walk in and shoot them, that would be murder. See more
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