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#GeorgeStinneyJr Was Only 14 Years Old When Wrongly Convicted For The Murder Of Too Young White Girls. As A Result Of George Being The Only African American Associate With His Trail, He Was Not Offered A Fair One. Even His Own Defense Attorney Questioned No One. Furthermore, Like Most Of Us In 1944, George Couldn’t READ Or WRITE Very Well, SO A STATEMENT SAYING HE IS GUILTY WAS WRITTEN FOR HIM. In Which They Told Him To Just Sign His Name At The Bottom And Everything Will Be Okay.
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George Stinney Was Sentenced To His Death After A One Day, Two Hour Trail, And It Took 10 Minutes To Come Up With The Verdict. A Few Days After The State Of South Carolina Found Him Not Guilty. ——————————
George Carried A Bible To The Electric Chair. The Movie Was Based On His Story 🎥#CarolinaSkeletons
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Sometimes i hate humans..😟

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“2 B or not 2 B - INNOCENT”
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George Junius Stinney Jr., was a 14 year old African-American convicted of murder in 1944. He is one of the youngest persons in the United States in the 20th-century to be sentenced to death and to be executed. .
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“2 B or not 2 B - INNOCENT”
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George Junius Stinney Jr., was a 14 year old African-American convicted of murder in 1944. He is one of the youngest persons in the United States in the 20th-century to be sentenced to death and to be executed. .
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😍Black History Facts:
George Junius Stinney Jr. was a 14 year old African-American convicted of murder in 1944 in his home town of Alcolu, South Carolina. He is one of the youngest persons in the United States in the 20th-century to be sentenced to death and to be executed.

Stinney was convicted in less than 10 minutes, during a one-day trial, by an all-white jury of the first-degree murder of two white girls: 11-year-old Betty June Binnicker and 8-year-old Mary Emma Thames. After being arrested, Stinney was said to have confessed to the crime. There was no written record of his confession apart from notes provided by an investigating deputy, and no transcript was recorded of the brief trial. He was denied appeal and executed by electric chair.

Since Stinney's conviction and execution the question of his guilt, the validity of his reported confession, and the judicial process leading to his execution have been extensively criticized.

A group of lawyers and activists investigated the Stinney case on behalf of his family. In 2013 the family petitioned for a new trial. On December 17, 2014, his conviction was posthumously vacated 70 years after his execution, because the circuit court judge ruled that he had not been given a fair trial; he had no effective defense and his Sixth Amendmentrights had been violated. The judgment noted that while Stinney may in fact have committed the crime, the prosecution and trial were fundamentally flawed.Judge Mullen ruled that his confession was likely coerced and thus inadmissible. She also found that the execution of a 14-year-old constituted "cruel and unusual punishment." If you are interested in this story there is a novel written by David Stout on the in 1988 called Carolina Skeletons. The novel was adapted as a 1991 television movie of the same name directed by John Erman. As of February 2014, another movie about the Stinney case, 83 Days, was planned by Pleroma Studios, written and produced by Ray Brown with Charles Burnett as director.
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#GeorgeStinneyJr Just 14 Years Old, just because you black! #blackhistorymonth

I've been reading this book called Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson and this story has been weighing heavy on me. The picture above is George Stinney he was a 14 year old boy who was wrongly convicted of murder in 1944 in his home town of Alcolu, South Carolina.
Stinney was convicted in less than 10 minutes, during a one-day trial, by an all-white jury of the first-degree murder of two white girls. After being arrested, Stinney was said to have confessed to the crime.There was no written record of his confession apart from notes provided by an investigating deputy, and no transcript was recorded of the brief trial. He was denied appeal and executed by electric chair. "When George was executed, he was so small he had to sit on the Bible he’d carried with him in order to reach the electrodes. Years later, an affluent local white man confessed to the murder." (Stevenson)
It wasn't until 2005 when the decision called Roper v. Simmons, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that the execution of people who were under 18 at the time of their crimes violates the federal constitutional guarantee against cruel and unusual punishments.

This made me livid. Have you heard about this young man? If you haven't asked yourself why haven't you?

I wasn't going to post this but I need y'all to know!! #emmetttill #trayvonnmartin #blackhistorymonth #wehavetodobetter #massincarceration #deathpenalty #bryanstevenson #electricchair #justmercy #georgestinneyjr

In 1944 George Stinney Jr, a black teenager was accused of murdering two white girls. He was tried and executed by electric chair in just 83 days at the young age of 14. A judge threw out Stinneys conviction in 2014 #georgestinney #georgestinneyjr
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#BHM #GeorgeStinneyJr. ✊🏾💕 The research I did for this one actually broke my heart into a million pieces... America was built BY the Black Man, never FOR the Black Man...

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George Junius Stinney Jr., was a 14 year old black young man wrongfully convicted of murder in 1944 in his home town of Alcolu, South Carolina. #execution .
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George Junius Stinney Jr., was a 14 year old black young man wrongfully convicted of murder in 1944 in his home town of Alcolu, South Carolina. #execution .
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It took an all white jury less than 10 minutes to convict this young man for the murder of his neighbors’ 2 daughters. Then it took 70 years for them to acknowledge that was a lie. #GeorgeStinneyJr there’s #BlackHistory then there’s the #HistoryofBeingBlack.

This is George Stinney Jr. Stinney, 14, is the youngest person to be put to death. Although, he was no more than 100 pounds, he was charged with murdering two young white girls with a railroad spike. His 2-hour trial took place in April of 1944 and the 10 minutes of jury deliberation sentenced him to die by electrocution. June 16, 1944 he was killed by the electric chair. According to some newspapers, he was so small that he had to sit on books to reach the helmet, the straps couldn’t fit his wrists, and the mask uncovered his face once the volts hit him. Please, never forget George Stinney 👼🏾
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This is one sad story 😢#happyblackhistorymonth #georgestinneyjr

Although we celebrate black history everyday I’m gonna post a fact daily just because folk seem to pay attention more this month. ✊🏾 George Stinney Jr.✊🏾 ✨
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George Stinney Jr. Was a 14 Yr Old Kid Wrongly Convicted For The Murder Of Two Young White Girls. As a Result Of George Being The Only African American Associated With His Trial, He Was Not Offered a Fair One. Even His Own Defense Attorney Questioned No One. Furthermore, Like most of everyone In 1944, George Could Not Read Or Write Very Well, So a Statement Saying He Is Guilty Was Written For Him, In Which They Told Him To Just Sign His Name At The Bottom And Everything Will Be Okay. George Stinney Was Sentenced To His Death After a One Day, Two Hour Trial, And It Took 10 Minutes To Come Up With The Verdict. JUST A FEW DAYS AGO The State Of South Carolina Found Him Not Guilty.
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My #brothers and #sisters in honor of #blackhistorymonth my heart hurts from this story. We need to expose those who propagate #hate and #wrongfullyaccused others.
#GeorgeStinneyJr. Was a 14 Yr Old Kid Wrongly Convicted For The Murder Of Too Young White Girls. As a Result Of George Being The Only #AfricanAmerican Associated With His Trial, He Was Not Offered a Fair One. Even His Own Defense Attorney Questioned No One. Furthermore, Like Most Of Us In 1944, George Could Not Read Or Write Very Well, So a Statement Saying He Is Guilty Was Written For Him, In Which They Told Him To Just Sign His Name At The Bottom And Everything Will Be Okay. George Stinney Was Sentenced To His Death After a One Day, Two Hour Trial, And It Took 10 Minutes To Come Up With The Verdict. JUST A FEW DAYS AGO The State Of South Carolina Found Him Not Guilty. 😞

George Carried Just a Bible To The Electric Chair. (The Movie Based On His Story is Called 'Carolina Skeletons') #UnsungHero
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