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Samuel Alexander Mudd, who was a Maryland physician implicated and imprisoned for aiding and conspiring with John Wilkes Booth, in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.  Dr. Mudd attended to the leg fracture that Booth sustained immediately after the assassination, when he leapt from the balcony onto the stage at Ford's Theatre.  He was eventually charged with conspiracy and sentenced to life in prison.  He received a pardon from President Andrew Johnson in 1869.

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Lincoln Conspirator Dr. Samuel Mudd

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