These two Texas men, James Curtis Williams and Raymond Jackson spent almost 30 years of their lives in prison for a crime they did not commit. You know when we examine this case, we ought to think about how it must feel to be falsely accused while two other “black” men who actually committed the crime enjoyed life. This is why we cannot necessarily follow some civil rights activists whom are yet only focusing on racial issues. Yes, of course, there is still racism in America, but there are also enemies who are black against black and have no problem with their own kind being falsely accused and blamed for something they did not do. These sort of issues, we do not hear Rev. Al Sharpton speak about. Tell us, isn’t it just as wrong for the actual criminals, Marion Sayles and Frederick Anderson in the below photos to allow these two other black men, Williams and Jackson to be blamed for their crimes? Isn’t that just as bad as the white supremacists in slavery days who lynched, beat and forced labor on black people in the cotton fields? What these two criminals did to these two freed men is a form of slavery, because it was not fair for them to go on with life as though they did nothing wrong…Read full article, here.
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