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After the War of Northern Aggression was over, Jefferson Davis was captured and jailed for two years. He was released without a trial. In fact no Confederate government officials faced any charges after the war. There was a very good reason why the Federal government did not have any trials. Once again, history told by the victors has covered up abuses of the Constitution and the actions of the Federal government.

You have to wonder how bad it actually was when even a major abolitionist like Horace Greeley came to Jefferson Davis’s defense.

David DeGerolamo


The post-war Jefferson Davis: The famous trial that never was

On May 10, 1865, about a mile from the town of Irwinville, Georgia, Federal troops captured Davis. With his arrest on that spring morning, his government ceased to exist. His wife, Varina, and their children were sent to Savannah, where she was kept under ...

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