Sacco and Vanzetti both were executed in the electric chair on August 23, 1927 their convictions upheld by a Massachusetts Supreme Court decision. Their crime; being Italian immigrants who organized for the rights of all.
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The FBI had played its role as the “political police of the national government,” Noam Chomsky wrote and the government maintained to the bitter end that it had a right to undermine an organization just because of its ideas.