After a long time in the Army, an African-American soldier returns to his hometown, where, years ago, his brother was executed for the rape and murder of two white girls. The commando believes his brother to have been innocent, and seeks a proof for that, but there are some people in the town who will stop at nothing to hide the secrets of their past. Written by
Jaromir Król <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Partially based on the true story of the 1944 execution in the electric chair of George Junius Stinney, Jr., a fourteen-year-old African-American boy convicted of the rape and murder of two young white girls in South Carolina. He is, as of 2012, the youngest person ever executed in the U.S., and as of 2017, has been proven to have been innocent of the crimes, for which he was executed. See more
Late 1960's trucks, include two Medium-Duty Chevrolets, both of which were made after 1967, and one 1967 Ford Pickup Truck. See more