- The nine African american boys were on a train with a group of white men and two white women
- The nine boys were accused of rape twords the two white women after the group of white men were thrown off the train
- The boys went to many trials and were found guilty
- They were put in prison
- They were executed
On March 25, 1931, the nine boys were arrested.
July 26, 1937, the charges of four of the men are dropped.
Free at last
June 9, 1950, the last defendant is released from prison.
Victoria Price(right) she was one of the women who accused the nine boys of rape. She was on a train with her co-worker Ruby Bates(left) who also accused the boys of rape. Altough Ruby eventually told the truth that the boys did not rape them, Victoria stuck with her story.