The Grio   |  December 16, 2013

Hearing date set in George Stinney case's Todd Johnson joins MSNBC anchor Alex Witt to discuss updates in the George Stinney case. Stinney became the youngest person executed in the 20th century on June 16, 1944. His trial lasted a few hours and the jury deliberated for a mere ten minutes. His conviction has increasingly been called into question, as a group of lawyers have filed a motion to get Stinney posthumously exonerated.

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