The Thurgood Marshall Signed Document

THURGOOD MARSHALL
SIGNED DOCUMENT

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Thurgood Marshall was a descendent of slaves and became the first African American to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States. He fought hard for civil rights and tried the case of Brown vs. Board of Education in 1954.

There is now a sixteen-page document signed “Opinions of the Supreme Court” at the bottom of the first page. This opinion is from Thurgood Marshall himself and of chief Justice Burger. The signature is that of Thurgood Marshall’s. The document is from the case of G.H. Rogers vs. United States and is a case that looked into the ‘proof of intention.’ The defendant, Rogers, was a thirty-four year old carpenter who was out of work and told people that he was Jesus Christ. He announced to the public that he was going to Washington to “kill (Nixon) in order to save the United States.” Rogers was later arrested by a local secret service agent on a Federal warrant. He was tried and sentenced to five years in prison.

This document from that trial is a true piece of history and is a valuable treasure that anyone would be lucky to own! Marshall’s signature is clear in blue ink and the document also comes with a photo. It is now available for $275.00.


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