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Judas. Brutus. Benedict Arnold. If someone calls you one of those names, that's not a good thing because they've all become synonymous with traitors. But is that deserved? Who else was considered a traitor?
Yoko Ono broke up the Beatles. Bill Buckner lost the 1986 Series for the Red Sox. We humans are pretty good at pointing the finger rather than accepting responsibility, and these 10 scapegoats have shouldered more than their fair share of blame.
10 of History's Most Notorious Traitors
10 Scapegoats Still in the Crosshairs
10 of the Biggest Lies in History
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