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SCOTTSBORO CASE

Just after he asked the Governor of Alabama to pardon the nine youths held in the Scottsboro case, Samuel Leibowitz, New York attorney, conferred with seven of the defendants, May 1, 1935, at the Scottsboro jail. Left to right are: Deputy Sheriff Charles McComb, Leibowitz, and the defendants, Roy Wright, Olen Montgomery, Ozie Powell, Willie Robertson, Eugene Williams, Charlie Weems, and Andy Wright. The youths were charged with an attack on two white women on March 25, 1931. (AP Photo)

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May 01, 1935 12:00:00 AM
August 19, 1997 10:12:00 AM
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SAMUEL LEIBOWITZ, CHARLES MCCOMB, ROY WRIGHT, OLEN MONTGOMERY, OZIE POWELL, WILLIE ROBERTSON, EUGENE WILLIAMS, CHARLIE WEEMS, ANDY WRIGHT
SCOTTSBORO, ALABAMA, UNITED STATES
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