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Atticus Finch's Closing Statement

Summary: A student's original closing statement from the view of Atticus Finch of Harper Lee's famous novel, To Kill a Mockingbird.
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I come before you now not as Mr. Finch, the lawyer, but simply as Atticus, a friend to you all and a fellow resident of Maycomb County. I come before you now not to tell you why you should not vote against the clearly innocent Mr. Tom Robinson, but why you should emancipate him from these outrageous charges. The evidence is all there. The clues and witnesses show it as well. Mr. Tom Robinson's innocence is as clear as the blue summer's sky. This man has no right to be executed without you at least considering the mere possibility of his innocence and further analyzing the information that has been presented to you in this wrongful accusation. So I ask you once more, again, simply as Atticus, to put aside your hate and condescension for the African-American race, and be...

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