Hickok was acquitted, and it caused a public outcry of injustice.
Hickok was on trial for manslaughter, and the judge gave the jury two instructions.
And the case of James “Wild Bill” Hickok in 1865 bears some similarity to what occurred in the Zimmerman-Trayvon case.
Big Hickok was preparing to put the shot, and he had been greeted in this manner by his admirers as he stepped out.
What should it be to prey upon the sensibilities of Mr. Hickok?
Wherefore, in an hour of aboriginal commerce Mr. Hickok encouraged a hirsute luxuriance in the name of trade.
The currents of life had been flowing swiftly for Mr. Hickok.
Mr. Hickok made no reply as he paid the double price which the astute bar man charged him.
But the supers objected, and refused to go on with Mr. Hickok.
Mr. Hickok was a born speculator; in a moment he had been caught in the coils of the game.