“It’s not enough…” after muttering this, counselor Aiken accuses prosecuting attorney Holt of fixing the trial for at least 3 reasons after the trial is adjourned for Washington’s celebration to honor the troops.
On the steps of the party where Aiken is turned away, why does Secretary of War Stanton say that he’s fine with the way the unfair trial of Mary Surratt is going?
Look at the clothing the Commission (judges) is wearing. What does this tell you about the fairness of the court?
The Commission majority votes to: (circle one)
Guilty – charged with death
Guilty- charged with life in prison based on gender &
What does Aiken go to Judge Wylie’s house to receive?
What does Aiken see as he looks out the jail cell window at the gallows?