I can't believe my position. I am a peaceful man, and I didn't do any harm. The people of Maycomb only know me by what other people said about me. To the people of Maycomb County, I am just a black man whose words are nothing but lies and who has committed an unthinkable crime.
Chopping wood and doing whatever I could for Mayella Ewell was my only crime. I never harmed a soul. I risked my own safety by helping Mayella, and I did it because someone needed me. I'm a victim of my kindness. On the other hand, Mayella can't talk about true in her testimony. Everybody can understand that she is under pressure of her dad. She just repeats what her dad says. The way she sounds is like she had recited everything she said. But I shouldn't be here because of the racist beliefs of Maybom community, no I don't deserve that!
Some people are kind and would never harm anyone, like me.
Yet, there are people who unjustly see past the kindness and simply see what they want to see. This leads to issues about race. These people than become prejudice towards certain people. Also, they may even "kill" the people who are genuinely kind human beings simply because they are different. Thus, I'm afraid that I am close this result.
I am a genuinely kind person and now I am being destroyed by my willingness to help Mayella Ewell. After being accused of rape, most of the people see me as an evil beast. During the trial, while Bob Ewell was testifying, he pointed at me and said, "I seen that black negro yonder ruttin' on my Mayella." According to Mr. Ewell, I am an animal who violated his daughter. Throughout the trial,