The largest and longest-lasting crime in human history was the kidnapping, imprisonment, torture of Africans that lasted from the 1619 until the end of the Civil War in 1865. Transportation of kidnapped Africans stopped in 1808, because of resisters. Because evil does not go away, once Africans were all emancipated, the torture changed direction, with the laws of the land permitting the descendants of the torturers to continue torturing the descendants of the tortured Africans. And the resisters were many, are many. The Aces Museum is a citadel to all resisters to violations of human rights, known and unknown.