Who is George Stinney?

1944 in Columbia, SC, 14 year old George Stinney Jr. became the youngest person executed in the United States in the 20th century.


Nikki Haley, Governor of South Carolina is up for re-election this year. We have tried on numerous occasions to meet with her and discuss new evidence, the merits of the case centered on George Stinney Junior, and other damming discoveries that could shake the very fabric of South Carolina’s infrastructure.Image

Evidence of conspiracy and cover up that reaches all the way up to the state house. We reached out to her office because we felt it best to speak with her directly, before we release this information to our media partners. But just like most politicians that build there campaigns on broken promises, and high in the sky dreams that she could deliver, but never had any intention on delivering. She takes the low road and redirects us to her minutemen, who’s only job is to ignore our request with hopes that we will simply go away.

Well, we are not going away! Our resolve is even stronger than before, we are massing a corp of Supporters from around the world that will lift arms and raise our redemption banner when are arms grow weary and tired.

WE WILL NOT sit by and watch as South Carolina ignores this travesty for another 60 years. WE WILL NOT allow you to serve, retire without ever once having to address this issue.
WE WILL NOT fade off into obscurity, only to die thinking about what could have been.

WE WILL NOT , simply let you run your race for another term, win, and then continue to ignore us for another four years.

Lastly, WE WILL NOT let you string us along, long enough to become, what you would most likely consider to be the next Governor’s problem, that is unless the next Governor is you.

We are not going anywhere, Governor Haley and we are far from finished!



I am George Stinney Junior


I am George Stinney Junior.  In 1944 in Columbia, SC, I, at the age of 14 years old, became the youngest person to be executed in the United States in the 20th century.

I was arrested on suspicion of murdering two white girls, Betty June Binnicker, age 11 and Mary Emma Thames, age 8, while they looked for flowers.  It is said that the girls stopped at my house to ask if he knew where to find the flower that they were looking for. I told them no, and they went on their way.

But when the girls did not return home, search parties were organized and the bodies of the girls were found the next morning in a ditch filled with muddy water; somebody hit them in the head.

Then a few hours later, I was arrested and locked in a room with two white officers. I didn’t have a lawyer and because my family was forced to leave town in fear of their lives, I did not have the support of his parents.  The Sheriff said that I confesses, but I didn’t.  They told everybody that I did it. They even said I showed them where the bodies were, but they lied about that too.  Next thing I know, I was in jail waiting to go to court.

Then on April 24th, they took me to court, but I didn’t have much of a trial.  When it was over, the jury said I was guilty; they said I had to die in the electric chair and on June 16, 1944, at 7:30 pm, I was put to death.

From the time of my arrest until the time of my execution was only 83 Days.

Many believed that I was innocent; that I was made a scapegoat, because I was the last to see them.  But to this day, there is no evidence to support that I did it, no record of the confession, outside of what the deputies said, and the records of the trial have mysteriously disappeared.

I died for nothing.  So now that you know who I am, will you help me tell my story?

Will you help me clear my name?

Will you help me get justice?

Will you help me rest in peace?

I hope so. I am George Stinney Junior, and I am innocent.

God Bless.