In 1949, four incent black youths were found guilty and sentenced for a terrible crime they did t commit. Thurgood Marshall came down to rural Florida to defend these men more than two decades before he was the first African-American to serve on the US Supreme Court. Before the trial was even over, two of the youths were dead at the hands of the Klan and the Law. The remaining Groveland Boys, as they were kwn, were released after many years of incarceration. The Boys' story was just a distant memory for all but their families until 66 years later when a determined young man sought to right the wrongs of history in order to make sense of the wrongs of today.