In this alleged retelling of Lincoln's early life, the President-to-be is rescued by Henry, a black man and freed slave who has lost his papers. Locals with a grudge against Lincoln and a hatred of African-Americans frame Henry for stealing, and it's up to Lincoln to defend the man and find the vital clue that will set him free. Written by
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Henry's papers are seen floating down the river, but are later found in his coat pocket. See more
Your Honor. Gentlemen of the Jury. Law says that a man can not be found guilty if there's a reasonable doubt in the minds of the Jury. I aim to raise that doubt in your minds, friends. Thank you.