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SCOTTSBORO TRIAL

With Judge James E. Horton leaning over eagerly listening to his testimony, Dr. R. R. Bridges, Scottsboro, Ala. physician, testifies April 3, 1933 in the Decatur, Ala. courthouse at the first of the retrials of eight of the nine Scottsboro black youths previously condemned to death for attacks of two white girls, Victoria Price and Ruby Bates. He said that he had found only superficial bruises and scratches when he examined Mrs. Price shortly after she was alleged to have been attacked aboard a train en route to Chattanooga. (AP Photo)

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April 03, 1933 12:00:00 AM
August 19, 1997 10:15:00 AM
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JAMES HORTON, R.R. BRIDGES
Trials, Legal proceedings, Law and order, General news
DECATUR, ALABAMA, UNITED STATES
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