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Frederick Aiken (Character)
from The Conspirator (2010)

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The Conspirator -- From director Robert Redford comes the riveting true story behind the assassination trial of Abraham Lincoln - including the lone woman who was accused of plotting his murder.
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From The Conspirator (2010)
Frederick Aiken: She built the nest that hatched this plot. President Johnson said it himself.
Reverdy Johnson: Well, I know this goes hard with you, Freddie, but... but what they're plannin', which is a military trial of civilians, is an atrocity.
Frederick Aiken: No, no. What she did is an atrocity.
Reverdy Johnson: There is no presumption of innocence, no burden of proof, no jury of your peers and no appeal.
Frederick Aiken: Alright, you were one of Lincoln's pallbearers too. How can you represent her?
Reverdy Johnson: She's entitled to a defense, Freddie, so I shall defend her.
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