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The Truth: Abigail and the girls were taken into the courtroom with John and Mary Warren present. she tells the court who really made the poppet, Abigail and the other girls fake that Mary is cursing them. They all started to mimic every word Mary Warren spoke.
Switching up: Afraid, Mary switches up on Proctor and runs to Abigail's side
Confession: John Proctor confesses to the judge in Salem that he never seen anyone with the devil. After saying what he did confess, John Proctor agrees to sign a legal document for the people of the church. The document stated that he was sentenced for witchcraft.
Lying to Live: Shortly after John Proctor signed the document stating he never saw anyone with the devil, he took it back. He then said he did see people with the devil, but never described any names. Since he would not give any names, he was sentenced to hang. He did not want to give away any names, because they're his friends.
Witchcraft Hangings: Since John Proctor decided not to tell anyones name, he along with two other woman were sentenced to be hung. Judge Danforth told him if he were to sign a piece of paper stating he cheated on Elizabeth, for the whole town to see, he would not be hung.
John's Death: Proctor makes the hard decision to get hung, instead of signing a piece of paper, telling the whole town what he has done. He did not die for nothing. John Proctors motive was that if he died, his sons names' would not soiled, and he wanted to finally do the right thing. His decision to die, he believed, was the right thing to do.
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