Edward Spangler member of the Lincoln assassination plot Spangler worked at Fords Theatre in Washington DC at the time when Abraham Lincoln was assassinated there by John Wilkes Booth Spangler was involved in preparing the box that Lincoln used on the night of his death and had been overheard speaking negatively of the president He was arrested and tried for having been an accomplice of Booths and was sentenced to six years in prison He was pardoned by President Andrew Johnson in and released A print from Mathew Brady Historian with a Camera by James D Horan Bonanza Books New York
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