Thursday, December 06, 2012

GEORGE STINNEY WAS INNOCENT

He was 14 yrs. 6mos. and 5 days old --- the youngest person executed in the United States in the 20th Century
George Junius Stinney, Jr.,1929 - 1944. 

George Stinney was 14 years old when he was executed - the youngest person executed in the United States in the 20th Century.

In a South Carolina prison, guards walked the 14-year-old boy, bible tucked under his arm, to the electric chair.

At 5' 1" and 95 pounds, the straps didn’t fit, and an electrode was too big for his leg.

The switch was pulled.

Tears streamed from George's eyes.

George's confession was coerced, and, he was in fact innocent.



In March 1944, in South Carolina, Betty June Binnicker, age 11, and Mary Emma Thames, age 8, were out riding their bicycles looking for flowers.

As they passed the Stinney property, they asked young George Stinney and his sister, Katherine, if they knew where to find "maypops", a type of flower. 

When the girls did not return, search parties were organized.

The bodies of the girls were found the next morning in a ditch. Both had suffered severe head wounds.

George Stinney had joined the search party and he told someone that he had talked to the girls on the day of their murder. 

As he and his sister had been the last persons to admit seeing the girls alive, George Stinney was arrested a few hours after their bodies were discovered. 

George Stinney was a suspect simply because he mentioned he had seen the girls earlier in the day.



George Stinney's father, who had helped look for the girls, was fired immediately from the sawmill where he worked,  and ordered to leave his home.

His family was told to leave town prior to the trial.

George Stinney was interrogated by several white police officers in a locked room.

Within an hour, a deputy announced that Stinney had confessed to the crime. 

Allegedly George Stinney made a confession, but, no written record of the confession has been found.

The defense called no witnesses and never filed an appeal. No one challenged the sheriff’s recollection of the confession.

Three witnesses were called for the prosecution: the man who discovered the bodies and the two doctors who performed the post mortem.

There was no cross-examination of the witnesses.

There is no transcript of the trial.

South Carolina attorney Steve McKenzie believes George Junius Stinney was innocent because there was no physical evidence tying him to the murders.

A South Carolina mansion

George Frierson, who has researched the case stated in interviews that "there has been a person that has been named as being the culprit, who is now deceased. 

"And it was said by the family that there was a deathbed confession." 

Frierson said that the real murderer came from a prominent white family. 

A member, or members of that family, had served on the initial coroner’s inquest jury which had recommended that George Stinney be prosecuted.

The youngest person ever sentenced to death in the U.S. was Native American James Arcene for his alleged role in a robbery and murder allegedly committed when he was 10-years-old.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I bet my head a jew/Zionist was behind those murders in order to stir the shit up between the 2 communities, black and white....

Ian Evans said...

Sadly shocking :(

Let us hope those who were a party to this, get theirs in another time and place....

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aferrismoon said...

Dave McGowan's 'Programmed To KIll' relates that some of the alleged 'serial killers' tried in the late 60s and early 70s:

Herb Mullin's and Ed Kemper's trials McGowan describes as 'shamelessly fraudulent'

Richard Speck was found guilty of tying up 9 women and then executing 8 of them over a 14-hour period. The one he forgot about, who let him into the house, later identified him as the lone killer. Her name is Cora Amurao, who many year later appeared on Oprah describeing her ordeal.

Though an apparently nasty man Charles Manson languishes in jail though he killed none of the people in the Tate-LaBianca killings. He was sent down for controlling the minds of his disciples. That should have got them off the hook, but it didn't.

As all were jailed as 'serial killers' they were , necessarily, all white people, cos ,as you know 'serial killers' = 'white men'.


cheers

felix said...

try this one for size:
http://vincent-tabak-is-innocent.blogspot.co.uk/

Anonymous said...

EGO is a MONSTER
and all those who seek to be SOME BODIES on the world stage, lying and cheating and causing harm/death to innocents, will receive their comeuppance.

God is LOVE and TRUTH and PRINCIPLE

God is NOT dead.
EGO-driven 'Important' people are DEAD.

Anonymous said...

Hi Felix,
That is a worrying blog. Thanks for pointing it out. Its appreciated.

Anonymous said...

White Americans and Zionist Jews seem to be racist scum. Not only do they advocate the military attacks on non-white countries, their domestic legal systems are also racist to the core. Then they wonder why so many non-whites are in their prisons.

Anonymous said...

Your a moron ...no they were probably raped and the girls would be able to name the guy that did it so he killed them..... I always figured that the police had a good idea of the animal that really committed the crime but we're either paid to pin it on the boy or just pinned it on him because they knew the parents would want answers and they wanted to protect their friend...but who knows, one or all 3 cops could have been involved. You have to remember the time and place they are coming from. Every town back then and in the south probably had their own little click of pedophiles. If they didn't stick together how would they get pictures of kids and they could help one another get kids to molest...lots of the ones that got away with it back then were more than likely judges and the like linked to high society...so they always got away with it. Back then if you were a kid and you told your parents that you were raped or touched by a prominent member of the town, you got smacked for telling lies. Even priests were in on that wagon back then, not all of course but some... and always trusted members of society are the ones who got away with it all the time...shoot we still don't know which leaders of our nation in history was a pedophile....I'm betting there were a few... probably quite a few. Benjamin Franklin to George Washington could have been kiddie rapers....I mean a grown man having sex with a 14 year old was the norm...so to go to 12 wouldn't be a stretch for them. Utterly disgusting. Then to jump to young boys wasn't a stretch for them either...esp old men. Shoot groups from England and France had the Eyes Wide Shut masonic parties where they screwed anything and everything...they still had eunics back then... So I'm sure they brought that to America as well. I'm sure they knew it was a vile thing back then too...why else would it eventually be outlawed?? Because they always knew it was wrong

 
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