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Never Forget: George Stinney Jr – Executed At Age 14, Exonerated 70 Years Too Late

Black Main Street
Black Main Street
19 Nov 2017

A miscarriage of justice took place in Alcolu, SC in March of 1944. A 14-year-old boy, George Stinney, Jr. was arrested, after two young white girls were discovered brutally murdered in a watery ditch. At the time of George’s arrest, he was home with his older brother and younger sister. George and his older brother Johnnie were arrested and taken away, even though their parents weren’t home. George and his little sister were reported to be the last people to see the girls alive. According to George’s sister, Amie Ruffner, “[The police] were looking for someone to blame it on, so they used my brother as a scapegoat.”

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Joseph Hull
Joseph Hull 4 years ago

The day of reckoning is fast approaching for the caucasoid race. In that day, there will be much weeping and gnashing of teeth among them.

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