Rufus Buckley was the prosecuting attorney, and Omar Noose was to be the presiding judge over the trial. Buckley was quite sure that he is going to win the case so as to be publicly recognized with the hope of being elected to a higher public office (governor).
Consequently, Freddy Lee Cobb who is Billy Ray Cobb’s brother wanted to revenge for Carl Lee’s killing of his brother. Mississipi branch of the KKK was enlists by Freddy for help which is led by Stump Sisson. Subsequently, a bomb was planted by KKK member under Jake’s pouch, and Bud, Ethel’s husband died on that day they were attacked by the KKK together with his wife who was Jake’s secretary.
Riot started outside the court building on the day the trial commenced between the KKK and the area’s black residence and Molotov cocktail killed Stump Sisson. The attack was increased by Freddy and the KKK when it came to their realization that the black people were at fault. Peace was required during the trial and the National Guard was called upon. Carl Lee got acquitted by the jury at the end of the proceedings after lengthy deliberations by insanity reason.
In the lead attorney young law firm for the defense and his team, years before PTSD was coined for description, Buffalo Creek took place. PTSD caused a major disaster which had a great impact on the survivors. The battle took a longer time as Stem and the group tried to get the court to inform them about the suffering experienced by survivors to be recognized by the company. This could be compared by survivor’s effect during Holocaust. It was painful when the survivors narrate the story, scene by scene and frame by frame. Every time the rain was heard, there was a relive and people may try and go to sleep or do other stuff which many people took for granted.
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