Post Tagged with: "South Carolina"

Woman stolen at birth defends kidnapper calling her ‘no felon’

January 15, 2017 5:00 am
Woman stolen at birth defends kidnapper calling her ‘no felon’

Sheriff’s Office shows Gloria Williams, under arrest in Walterboro, SC. Photo / AP Kamiyah Mobley learned her true identity on Friday and was reunited with her birth family by video chat. Ms Mobley, who was living in the small town of Walterboro, South Carolina, under the name Alexis Manigo, defended Gloria Williams […]

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US judge of South Carolina declares mistrial in police killing of black man

December 6, 2016 7:30 am
US judge of South Carolina declares mistrial in police killing of black man

This image grab shows former police officer Michael Slager (R) shooting at Walter Scott during a traffic stop. A judge in the US state of South Carolina has declared a mistrial in the prosecution of a white former police officer who shot dead an unarmed African American last year, sparking […]

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Todd Kohlhepp, the real estate agent who confessed to murder

November 12, 2016 12:54 am
Todd Kohlhepp, the real estate agent who confessed to murder

It was probably the last thing investigators were expecting to hear. But Todd Kohlhepp had a lot he wanted to say. Officers in Spartanburg County, in the US state of South Carolina, had arrested Kohlhepp, 45, after the shocking discovery of a woman “chained like a dog” inside a storage […]

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Todd Christopher Kohlhepp accused of chaining woman ‘like a dog’ killed at least seven

November 7, 2016 2:00 am
Todd Christopher Kohlhepp accused of chaining woman ‘like a dog’ killed at least seven

Todd Christopher Kohlhepp was a polished real estate agent who ran his own successful South Carolina real estate firm upstate. In a company brochure, Kohlhepp portrayed himself as a tech-savvy professional committed to helping people buy and sell homes in Greenville and Spartanburg counties. “At Todd Kohlhepp & Associates we […]

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Why a South Carolina man got bail after he shot, buried and ‘slow-cooked’ two people

May 11, 2016 4:20 pm
Why a South Carolina man got bail after he shot, buried and ‘slow-cooked’ two people

A Goose Creek, S.C., man is accused of killing two men and burning and burying the bodies in the backyard of his home. The suspect, James Loftis, has been arrested and charged. Photo / Supplied Early in the morning on March 5, James Edward Loftis found himself facing two men […]

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Viral photo : South Carolina’s black official helping man at Ku Klux Klan (KKK) rally

July 21, 2015 9:48 am
Viral photo : South Carolina’s black official helping man at Ku Klux Klan (KKK) rally

  Police officer Leroy Smith, left, helps a man wearing National Socialist Movement attire up the stairs during a rally in Columbia, South.Carolina. Photo / AP The black director of South Carolina’s public safety agency said he was surprised a photo showing him helping a white man wearing a racist […]

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Youtube Video: Police officer in North Charleston, South Carolina shot a fleeing unarmed black man five times in the back then handcuffed his lifeless body after he crumpled on the ground was captured on tape and it’s shocking

April 8, 2015 12:22 pm
Youtube Video: Police officer in North Charleston, South Carolina shot a fleeing unarmed black man five times in the back then handcuffed his lifeless body after he crumpled on the ground was captured on tape and it’s shocking

Unbelievable! The video of this shooting is so shocking. And all this happened because of a broken tail light. Black people now game for police officers to shoot down? The moment a white police officer in North Charleston, South Carolina shot a fleeing unarmed black man five times in the […]

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Nearly 4000 black victims were lynched in 12 states in the southern United States

February 12, 2015 3:17 am
Nearly 4000 black victims were lynched in 12 states in the southern United States

Nearly 4000 black victims were lynched in 12 states in the southern United States from 1877 to 1950, an average of more than one a week for 73 years, a new study has revealed. The Equal Justice Initiative, a human rights group in Alabama, spent years researching what it called […]

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