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28 November, 05:11

John Quincy Adams defended several British soldiers who were accused of participating in the Boston Massacre (which

led to the deaths of many American colonists) in large measure because

A. The thought that all of the American colonists were at fault because they had illegally assembled near the port

B. he was well paid to act as their defense attorney

C. he believed everyone had the right to be represented by counsel when standing trial

D. he was selected to represent the soldiers by the sitting judge

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  1. 28 November, 06:07
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    John Adams believed in upholding the law, and defending the innocent. John was convinced that the solders were wrongly accused & were shooting in their defense. I would select A out of these choices.
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