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The Boston Massacre
Tensions had been rising in Boston since the British soldiers first arrived in 1768 fist fights between soldiers and colonist were common sight in the streets.
So on the night March 5, 1777, the city was ready to explode. The angry colonist went to the huge white. The soldiers then fired into the crowd killing five.
The British soldiers were put on trial for murder in Boston. They were defended in court by John Adams, a cousin of Samuel Adam.
Like Sam, John opposed British taxes and did not like having British soldiers in Boston.
Still, he felt the soldiers deserved a fair trial. The court ruled that the soldiers were not guilty of Murder
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