You wake up in an overgrown meadow. Your wrists and ankles hurt – looks as if they were tied with rope. What’s that smell – is that you?
A gunshot rings out in the distance. You turn that way. You see a manor house. You hear the excited yaps and barks of a pack of dogs.
Soon, you spot them. Giving chase. Coming for you.
This is your sentence.
Your crime: Opposition. You dared to disagree.
The thunder of horseshoed hooves follows the hounds.
You cannot win, but you can spoilt the hunt. You’ll commit another act of opposition. You won’t run.