A manager accused workers of kidnap and assault, but police didn’t bring charges and a spokesperson said the “allegations were not true.”
Utah, Oklahoma, Mississippi, and South Carolina have all legalized executions by firing squad once again.
Some argue Richard Moore shouldn’t even be on death row. Now he could become South Carolina’s test case for an archaic form of execution.
Two people in South Carolina are accused of conspiring to traffic seasonal agricultural workers and confiscating their passports.
Attorneys for the South Carolina lawyer say he’ll turn himself in after allegedly putting out a hit on himself so his son could claim the insurance money.
From his hospital bed, Pressley Stutts falsely described COVID-19 as “a deadly bio-weapon perpetrated upon the people of the world by enemies foreign, and perhaps domestic.”
The state passed a law last month allowing executions by firing squad, but they haven’t actually assembled one yet.
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Wood says his loss is proof the entire system is rigged, and he’s calling for an audit of all recent election results.
George Stinney Jr. was executed in 1944 when he was 14 years old.
Tracy “Beanz” Diaz claimed in one blog post that it was her idea to move QAnon off 4chan and start a Reddit thread dedicated to the conspiracy movement.
The state’s constitution specifies all civilians between 18 and 45 are part of the “unorganized militia.”