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The Sacco and Vanzetti Trial By Michael Easterlin This decade there as a large trial that showed the unfairness of the court system. The trail was called the Sacco- Vanzetti Trial. We found the trial to be very unfair because these people that were accused were falsely accused just because the magazines and groups they were involved with. In the trial two Italian anarchists were tried for bombing Wall Street. The judge found them guilty just because of the groups they were involved with and that they were anarchists. We found this to be unfair because through the trial there was no real evidence that they did it just evidence that they were a part of the groups. The two men also were originally arrested just because they roughly fit the description, but not really. Another thing that made them arrest them was both men were carrying guns, this wasn’t fair because it is the second amendment is the right to bear arms. We also found the trial to be unfair because the judge seemed to deem them guilty before any defense was made.

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