While Tom Robinson is the clearest example of injustice, I agree that Boo Radley
also faces injustice. He is locked away by his family for alleged crimes. However, as it was pointed out in previous posts, we don't know the whole truth of the incidents. Boo turns out to be very different from how he is originally presented. Boo's family doesn't see the gentler side of him. One example of the injustice done to Boo can be found in the town folks reactions to him. Another more pointed example is when his father closes up the hole in the tree where he was leaving gifts for the children. Boo was just trying to be nice and enjoy watching the children's excitement from his window. I actually feel more pity towards Boo than Tom because Boo is being treated poorly by his own family.