I'm taking over here. That's it. You're out of the pilots seat.
Carver walking up to Virgil Byrnes's cabin.
The Final Seige
Chapter 16 In the car Virgil Byrnes threatened Eric and Eric further explains and says, "The knife sinks deeper into my cheek, and warm blood trickles toward my chin. The son of a b**** is cutting me."
Chapter 18 "Sarah Byrnes starts to protest, but Lemry tightens her grip, and Sarah Byrnes folds, falling into her." This was stated in the book, not as dialogue, during the event showed.
Chapter 19 Carver decided to take matters into his own hands and went to Virgil Byrnes's house and beat him to show him the cruelty of his actions. After all he did attempt to kill Eric and he burned his daughter at a young age. Carver thought he deserved it after seeing the war he hated seeing pain being inflicted upon others.