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11-27-1841In November of 1839 the District Court proceeding began The abolitionists immediately began to make their case that is until being postponed by Judge Andrew Jackson In January of 1840 Jackson ruled that the Africans were illegally enslaved at which point the White House and Spanish authorities appealed Judsons ruling in the US Circuit court In April 1840 Justice Thompson ruled in favor of Judsons ruling which led the Administration to appeal the case up to the US Supreme CourtCongressman and former US President John Quincy Adams joined Baldwin in the abolitionists team to fight for the Africans right to regain their freedom and return to their homeland After a month the U S Supreme Court reached a decision to reverse Judsons order to the execuited to return the Africans to their homeland However The Supreme Court upheld Judsons finding that the Africans had been enslaved and thus the right to fight for their freedom Now today November 27 thirty-five torchered Africans are breading the Gentleman and returning to their homeland Africa The others God rest their souls died at sea or in prison awaiting trialThis information was gathered from the viewing of the movie Amistad and from the reading of these web addresses httpwwwlihistorycomvaulths51921vhtm and httpamistadmysticseaportorgtimelineamistadhtml
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