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Why the Wilmington Ten were called “political prisoners” and The Witness Who Never Testified

EXCLUSIVE WHY THE WILMINGTON TEN WERE CALLED ‘POLITICAL PRISONERS” By Cash Michaels   [caption id="attachment_1133" align="alignleft" width="617"] Rev. Eugene Templeton (center) seen here in February, 1971 with Rev. Ben Chavis (to his immediate left) and his wife, Donna, was the white pastor who allowed black students to use his church, Gregory Congregational in Wilmington, to plan nonviolent protests. ...

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Gun worship and two sets of killers

As many people in the nation grieve the cold-blooded murder of 20 little children and six of their teachers in Newtown, Conn., it is obvious that the chickens are coming home to roost ...

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UNC legal expert says pardons deserved in Wilmington 10 case

Saying that revelations about Assistant New Hanover County District Attorney James “Jay” Stroud Jr.’s racial jury gerrymandering, and his plot to cause a mistrial to impanel a “KKK” type jury in the Wilmington Ten case were “stunning and beyond outrage,” ...

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Our Voice, “Sad. sad, sad”

As the clock counts down to Gov. Beverly Perdue’s decision whether to grant pardons of innocence to all of the Wilmington Ten – and we certainly hope she does – we’ve been noticing something expected, yet peculiar. ...

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New world’s ‘richest Black woman’

Talk show maven, Oprah Winfrey, who long reigned supreme as the world's richest black woman, has been kicked down a notch by new kid on the block, Folorunsho Alakija, ...

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NC NAACP blasts “racist” actions of prosecutor and Wilmington 10 prosecutor sought KKK jury

In an effort to define both the moral and legal arguments for Gov. Beverly Perdue to grant pardons of innocence to the Wilmington Ten, the NC NAACP Tuesday focused on the now infamous, and many say “illegal” behavior of prosecutor James “Jay” Stroud during the trials forty years ago. ...

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Hall’s letter confirms Wilmington Ten frame-up

His name was Allen Hall. In 1972, Hall was the chief witness for the prosecution in the conspiracy trials against the Wilmington Ten. ...

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The People’s Clinic: Maintaining dignity and caring for your family: What you need to know about end of life care

Would you choose to be kept alive artificially, or would you prefer to die with dignity? ...

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EXCLUSIVE: NAACP mounts national Wilmington Ten petition

The national NAACP has once again joined its North Carolina conference of chapters in supporting pardons of innocence for the Wilmington Ten. ...

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