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Judge reconsidering teen's 1944 execution

Judge reconsidering teen's 1944 execution

George Stinney, Jr. was sentenced to death by the electric chair at the age of 14. The black teen was convicted of murdering two white girls in 1944. Now 70 years later, a South Carolina judge is deciding whether or not Stinney got a fair trial.

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Judge reconsidering teen's 1944 execution

George Stinney, Jr. was sentenced to death by the electric chair at the age of 14. The black teen was convicted of murdering two white girls in 1944. Now 70 years later, a South Carolina judge is deciding whether or not Stinney got a fair trial. VPC