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On Monday, April 9 at 7:30 p.m. one half of the infamous couple Bonnie and Clyde will finally get her day in court.
MU’s Historical and Theatrical Trial Society (HATTS) is hosting a free event, “The Trial of Bonnie Parker,” at the Missouri Theater where they will try Parker for her alleged involvement in the murder of two Texas police officers. Every year the HATTS puts on a mock trial for a historical figure who evaded the justice system in the past. Last year they held a trial for Dr. Frankenstein.
The trial is a live theater performance, but it is not scripted. The trial is meant to be a fairly accurate description of what court is like. Neither side knows what the other will say, nor has Parker’s innocence or guilt been predetermined. The participants will be dressed in period clothes and will answer questions consistent with how the event actually happened. A live jury deliberation will decide Parker’s fate.
For more information check out the Missourian’s story on the event.
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