Elderly Woman Exposed As Cruel Murderer – Will NEVER Pay The Price
(AmericanProsperity.com) – The 1955 torture and murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till in Mississippi is widely considered the tipping point for the American Civil Rights movement. White supremacists murdered the child after he allegedly whistled at a female store clerk. Nearly 70 years after the murder, there is news about the case.
#EmmettTill, a 14 year old child was murdered 67 years ago, on August 28, 1955. He was kidnapped, brutally tortured, and lynched during a racially-motivated hate crime that ultimately helped launch the modern day #civilrightsmovement. Say his name! His Legacy will live on! pic.twitter.com/Lwpj6GQNwL
— EmmettTillLegacyFdn (@EmmettTill) August 9, 2022
On Tuesday, August 9, a state grand jury refused to indict Carolyn Bryant Donham on charges of manslaughter or kidnapping. The Associated Press reported that the Office of the Fourth District Court of Mississippi District Attorney, W. Dewayne Richardson, issued a statement announcing the decision. The panel listened to hours of testimony about the role she allegedly played in the child’s death when she told her husband at the time, Roy Bryant, about their encounter at the store.
Donham’s husband, along with his brother, J. W. Milam, kidnapped Till and killed him. An all-white jury acquitted the men, but they later admitted to the murder. The Fifth Amendment’s Double Jeopardy Clause prevented them from being charged again.
Calls for Donham to be held accountable for her actions came after researchers found an unserved arrest warrant for her from August 29, 1955. The document accused her of kidnapping. The grand jury reportedly determined there was not enough evidence to obtain a conviction against the 87-year-old.
Do you think Donham should have stood trial?
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