People in the colonies had a much different perspective of the events of the Boston Massacre than people in Great Britain. Which of the following best describes the British interpretation of the event? A. They thought the people who started the riot should be tried and executed as traitors. B. They thought the colonists blew the event out of proportion and used it as propaganda. C. They thought the colonists were justified in being upset and for wanting independence. D. They thought the soldiers responsible for killing the civilians should be harshly punished. I'm pretty sure it's B... any confirmation?

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