George Stinney Jr. was tried, convicted and sentenced to death in 1944 for the murder of two girls in small town Alcolu, South Carolina. Until 2014, George Stinney was known as the youngest killer executed in 20th century America.
- Court Acknowledges Wrongful Execution of 14-Year Old George Stinney, Accessed March 30, 2023. https://eji.org/news/george-stinney-exonerated/
- State v. Stinney, Brief of Amicus Curiae, Accessed April 10, 2023. https://files.deathpenaltyinfo.org/legacy/documents/State%20v.%20Stinney,%20Brief%20of%20Amicus%20Curiae%20CRRJ.pdf
- Justice is Done: George Stinney Jr.’s 70 Year Old Conviction is Vacated, April 10, 2023. https://lawlibrarybarrister.wordpress.com/2014/12/17/justice-is-done-george-stinney-jr-s-70-year-old-conviction-is-vacated/
- New details emerge about an alternate suspect in Alcolu girls’ murders. Accessed April 11, 2023. https://www.postandcourier.com/news/special_reports/new-details-emerge-about-an-alternate-suspect-in-alcolu-girls-murders/article_2b2069f0-2933-11e8-9997-7b67df562df5.html
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