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used in Chasing Lincoln's Killer

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a person who joins with another in carrying out a plan — especially an unethical or illegal plan
  • With Booth dead, and his chief accomplices under arrest, awaiting trial, it was time to cash in.
    p. 182.7
  • No one in the house knew that Powell had an accomplice waiting in the wings.
    p. 70.1
  • He regretted abandoning his accomplice, but when he heard the screaming girl at the window, Herold decided to save himself.
    p. 70.3
  • Of his three accomplices, he needed David Herold the most.
    p. 73.9
  • In the days to follow, newly sworn-in President Johnson left it to Stanton to bring Lincoln's killer and his accomplices to justice.
    p. 89.1
  • He attempted to recruit accomplices in New York City, a place where there were many Lincoln-haters and Confederate sympathizers.
    p. 95.2
  • Unknown to Mudd, he had just extended his hospitality to Lincoln's assassin and his accomplice.
    p. 99.6
  • All he had to do was tell the soldiers that John Wilkes Booth and his accomplice were hiding at his farm.
    p. 111.9
  • Now, by offering Booth his hospitality, he had unknowingly made himself an accomplice in the most shocking crime in all of American history — the murder of the president of the United States!
    p. 113.0
  • Father and son saw the murderer and his accomplice and decided to help them.
    p. 117.1
  • Yes, the police, detectives, and officers had found a number of leads on Booth's accomplices, but none led to Booth.
    p. 125.2
  • The evidence already collected by April 15 confirmed that it was Booth who had shot Lincoln, and that he seemed to have several accomplices.
    p. 125.5

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