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Scottsboro Boys Trial
The Scottsboro Trial
No crime in American history, produced as many trials, convictions, reversals, and retrials as "The Scottsboro Boys" trial. The irony of it is... the crime never occurred.
The case was about an alleged gang rape of two white girls by nine black teenagers on a Railroad freight on March 25,1931.
On March 24, 1931, two mill girls named Victoria Price and Ruby Bates, dressed in overalls, hoboed a freight train to Chattanooga, Tennessee. According to Victoria the two girls were going to stay in the home of Ms. Callie Brochie, who lived, several blocks down Market Street.…
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