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Zenger Trial
Updated: 9/28/2020
Zenger Trial
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  • Into the trial!
  • This is ridiculous!!! I have to go to court because Cosby can't take criticism
  • It's okay man, we are going to win the trial!
  • Cosby fighting against Zenger
  • I feel like he isn't guilty! But, I don't want to speak against the government
  • You are guilty!!! You made me look like a bad person!
  • Probably because you are a bad person
  • It's okay man I got your back!
  • I was just speaking the truth!!!
  • Cosby Fighting against Zenger 2
  • That is ridiculous ! You are Guilty
  • He isn't, but we don't want to speak against him.
  • I am not guilty, You are a bad person. You just care about yourself!!!
  • Isn't he guilty court!
  • True! But, the facts are looking against you
  • In this comic cell. Zenger and Hamilton walking into the court talking about what is about to happen. Zenger is the one talking about how it was dumb. Also the guy on the far right is a back up guy.
  • Hamilton's defence
  • What does it even matter!!!
  • I am going to say a long summation... (Not included)
  • In this comic cell, Cosby is "winning" the trial. He is yelling at Zenger saying that he made him look bad by printing off a paper that explained that he is basically a bad person.
  • Jury's decision
  • That is Stupid
  • The jury has decided that John Peter Zenger is NOT guilty!
  • In this comic cell it is talking about how Hamilton is about to come to Zenger's defence and helped him. In this cell I have Cosby yelling at him. But, the court doesn't want to say anything.
  • We are the Champions!!!
  • Hamilton tells the jury a huge long Summation about how Zenger wasn't guilty
  • The jury has then decided that John Peter Zenger was not guilty and will be let out of prison!
  • YA!!!
  • After all this happened the government decided that they "shall make no law respecting any religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or the press.
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