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Benedict Arnold He was born January 14, 1741 in Norwich, Connecticut. He grew up in Connecticut He died June 14, 1801 in London, England.
People in the army thought he was the enemy because he was greedy and wanted to do things for himself during the war.
He led the militia north to Boston after the Battles of Lexington and Concord to help with the siege of Boston.
Arnold was captured when they found out he was a spy for the British and was going to give up West Point. He became a general for British.
After a number of shady business deals, a mob burned him in front of his house. He moved back to London where he died in 1801.
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