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In May of 1920 Italian anarchists- Sacco and Vanzetti were charged and tried for the murders of a paymaster and guard at a South Braintree shoe factory After being found guilty and put to death questions quickly erupted from the public It is the belief of many including myself is that one or neither of these men were guilty The trial was unjust and the judge was bias and lead the jury toward a conviction These men were prosecuted without a proper chance to prove their innocence and were treated badly from the start because of their anarchistic backgrounds Let us begin at their beginning It was in Torremaggiore Italy 22 April 1891 that Fernando Nando Sacco was born to Michele and Angela Mosmacotti-Sacco as their third son of seventeen children Sacco was a healthy child who loved the out door life he spent many days working with his brothers and sisters on his family farm Sacco never finished school in fact he quit school after only reaching third grade to help on his familys farmAvrich 10 Saccos closest friend was a man named Sabino No one was ever as close to Sacco as Sabino- they worked together drank together and shared hopes and dreams It was after Sabino returned from the army that Sacco began developing strong political views Sabino had learned much in the army from other soldiers who were angered by the governments decisions in treaties of land and sent many the soldiers off to die Avrich 16 Both Sacco and Sabino were becoming socialists and joined others in their crusades They would often go to socialist clubs in town Now burning in both their hearts was need to immigrate to America He loved the idea of a free country where he could speak his mind and not be silenced Sacoo said it best at his trial I was crazy about this country which was perhaps another high point because it was
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