John Brown was a terrorist of the mid – 1800’s. He killed innocent people for a crime they did not commit. John Brown thought there was proslavery going on so he killed them in cold blood. He chopped them up in little bits with a broad sword that was made in the 1800’s.
According to document “A” on page 5; Mahala Doyle told her side of the story. Here was her exact words “Altho’ vengeance is not mine, I confess that I do feel gratified to hear that you were stopped in your fiendish career at Harper’s Ferry, with the loss of your two sons, you can now appreciate my distress in Kansas, when you then and entered my house at midnight and arrested my husband and two boys, and took them out of the yard and in cold blood shot them in my hearing. You can’t say you don’t it to free slaves. We had none and never expected to own one… My son John Doyle whose life I begged of you is now grown up and is very desirous to be at Charlestown on the day of your execution.” People fairly agreed with Mahala Doyle; John Brown had no authority to charge in at midnight and just take her 2 boys and husband. In her hearing she testifies she beg you for mercy for her 2 boys and husband, John Brown insisted not to acknowledge her words.
According on document “B” on page 5; John Brown attacks again! Here’s another testify of another crime which was so called for the slaves. William of course doesn’t agree with him. “At the Doyle Farm, James and two of his sons, William and Drury, were dragged outside and hacked up with short, heavy sabers donated to Brown in Akron, Ohio. Mrs. Doyle, a daughter, and fourteen year old John were spared. The gang then moved on to Allen Wilkinson’s place. He was ‘taken prisoner’ amid cries of a sick wife and two children. Two saddles and a rifle were apparently confiscated. The third house visited that night was owned by James Harris.
In addition to his wife and young child, Harris had three other men sleeping there. Only one of them, William...