Last night as my grandchildren ran wide open around the back yard, I was enjoying their play when I received very sad news. Fellow author and ‘Porch’ friend Kendall Bell from South Carolina had passed away. Continue reading “Mourning our ‘Porch’ friend who was cherished by many”
If you grew up in South Carolina in the 1950s, chances are you’d eventually hear someone mention the case of George Stinney, Jr. Depending on the context of the conversation, you’d hear one of two things.
The 14 year old black teen executed for the horrific murder of 11 year old Betty June Binnicker was truly guilty and justice was served.
The 14 year old black teen was railroaded, pure and simple, and there’s no other way to see it.
A new book by Kendall Bell, Triple Tragedy in Alcolu, is out, and instead of hyperbole and innuendo, the author takes a neutral approach to his subject matter.
Continue reading “In 76 year old murder case, author Kendall Bell puts reader on jury for new ‘trial’”