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Have you ever met one of those harmless innocent people that would never do any real damage to society In the book To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee there were a few of these characters Considering the time period lack of evidence and only one public white supporter for Tom Robinson his trial is a one sided trial in the book The Mockingbird of this novel was to teach the reader that you shouldnt in any way shape or form hurt anybody During the 1930s in the small town of Macomb Alabama where many people were racist During this time many people in the south used to segregate black and white Tom was a person black and very nice He did not do anything to harm society but he still goes to jail Even if there was no evidence At that time not a lot of people liked blacks Jim and Scout were standing in the blacks balcony because there was no space in the court Mr Braxton Underwood who had been sitting quietly in a chair reserved for the Press soaking up testimony with his sponge of a brain allowed his bitter eyes to rove over the colored balcony and they met mine He gave a snort and looked away Harper Lee 252Even though there was a little evidence Bob still won the case The court was one sided because whenever the case went to court and a black man is against a white man the white man always wins That being said Toms fate was already decided before he went to court Tom got accused of raping Mayella Ewell even though he didnt rape her Bob was a very bad person he hit people for no reason Mr Ewell says I seen that black nigger yonder ruttin on my MayellaHarper Lee 231Bob gets killed when he is trying to kill Jem and Scout Boo Arthur Radley saves Jem from Bob Atticus was
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