To kill a mockingbird


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  • So, the last time you were convicted because of disorderly conduct. What happened?
  • Uh. I was in a fight with another guy. Well I was convicted because I had no cash for bail. And I was hurt in my left shoulder.
  • Tom, have you ever spoken to Mayella Violet Ewell? Are you acquainted with her?
  • Yes sir. I pass by her place whenever I go to work. Uh one day she asked me to help her bust up a chifforobe.
  • So what happened on November twenty-first of last year
  • But sir, I swear I never raped her
  • I was walkin home one evening, then I saw Ms Ewell, and she asked me to help her in her house, saying her door hinges had problems. But when I went in the hinges were fine, but she started hugging and kissing me.
  • Everyone. It is obvious that Tom did not commit the crime, but someone else in this courtroom did. Ms Ewell was confined and bored. And she tempted a negro. People refuse to belief that she would do something so shameless. But the truth is the truth, and the person who caused her injuries, of course cannot be Tom, as his left arm is injured.
  • By emphasizing on the word negroes, it makes people detest Tom, and thus there is unfair judgement towards him. It is also not fair to generalize that all men are the same, and that Tom cannot resist temptation from women.
  • Some Negroes lie, some Negroes are immoral, some Negro men are not to be trusted around women—black or white. But this is a truth that applies to the human race and to no particular race of men. There is not a person in this courtroom who has never told a lie, who has never done an immoral thing, and there is no man living who has never looked upon a woman without desire
  • The judge is making unfair ruling, despite the lack of evidence for his charges. It is obvious that the racial inequality caused the results of the ruling, as the whites hate negroes.
  • I find the defendant, Tom, guilty.
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