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John Proctor brings Mary Warren to the court room to testify against Abigail and tell the judges that the witchcraft was all made up. He did this to help clear his wife's name after she had been accused.
John Proctor pleads to the judges to let his wife go because she is innocent. He begins to tell them about Abigail's schemes and how she has tricked the entire town of Salem.
Mary Warren tries to tell the Judges that all of the girls are lying about witchcraft. To prove they are lying, the judges tell her to her to faint, but she cannot because she is too scared.
Fed up about the judges not believing them, John Proctor reveals the affair that went on between him and Abigail. To prove this is true, they bring in Elizabeth because she never lies.
When she is brought in, the judges ask her if John told the truth. She then lies. This ironic because she believes she is telling the judges lies to save John but she is actually making it worse.
The afflicted girls then run out of the courtroom and start chasing a yellow bird. The bird is symbolic of Mary Warren and her innocence. All the girls run into the river and Mary ironically accuses Proctor of witchcraft and he is arrested.
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