John Adams and the Boston Massacre Trial (Doc Teaser)
In 1770, the Boston Massacre and its ensuing trials represented a critical moment in Colonial America: Would mob rule determine the fate of the accused British soldiers, or would the rule of law and commitment to principle persevere? John Adams demonstrated a prescient dedication to both the presumption of innocence and the right to a fair trial by serving as counsel for the opposition. Credits: FedSoc Films - EP: Daniel T. Richards - Directors: Dugan Bridges & Matt Wood - Editors: F7 Film Distillery - Animation: Wolf & Halo

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