what accusation does giles corey make
the question is in the third act of the book
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We learn about Putnam's greed for land in Act I - from both Proctor and Giles Corey. Judge Hathorne is questioning Martha Corey. She denies the charges that she has been accused of, and her husband Giles speaks out that he has evidence to present, accusing Thomas Putnam of attempting to acquire more land.
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