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The Groveland Boys were the innocent black men who were mistreated and accused by the white while innocent. The Groveland Boys were accused of crimes they did not commit, and Marshall was out to defend them (King, 2013).
The case had a great meaning to the NAACP, racial justice and Central Florida and also to the whole nation. The case was aimed to end inequality, racial discrimination and ensure that all people are respected. The NAACP had presented other cases involving civil right, and this case was more important because there were measures taken to protect people and even the FBI. The case was held in Florida and was more significant to the people of Florida because the enforcement of the court order begun in the region. The success of Marshall in the case brought relief to the whole nation because it marked the end of racial discrimination and mistreatment (King, 2013).
In the case, the defence team managed to change the rape case to a broader consideration of prejudice, discrimination and race in America because the accused were innocent, and they were accused in respect to race. The victim accused by force three black innocent men and condemned them to death. The facts that the victim of rape identified the victim based on race made the case to take another hand and represent prejudice, race and discrimination (King, 2013).
In American history, Marshall is considered the greatest lawyer because he was the first to fight for civil rights and equality. He managed to change the American justice system by ensuring that the civil rights were enacted and respects. In American history, he managed to end the issues of racism, discrimination and mistreatment (King, 2013).
The press played or took an important role in the case because it created the awareness of civil rights to the public through broadcasting. The people who heard about the case and the ruling could not continue
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The author has given an extraordinary account, that this can happen in this beautiful world and to what extent ‘a two legged devil’ goes to destroy the human beings, who must have come to his contact in good faith, some of them innocent children!
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