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Самое оригинальное поздравление от varvarandrevna Настолько щидевор, что надо сохранить. #kkk #kukluxklan

39 4 Feb 23, 2018

#NewOrleans #MoreeseBickham #AngolaPrison #WronglyConvicted ° ° ° °Regrann from thedayafter2016 - Not so long ago: Moreese “Pop” Bickham was born June 6, 1917 in Mandeville, LA. He served in the Navy in WWII stationed at Pearl Harbor. Around 11 pm July 12, 1958, 41 year old Bickham, who had no criminal record, argued with his girlfriend at a bar in Mandeville. She had allegedly been "acting unruly." Two white deputies, Gus Gill and Jake Galloway drove her home and threatened to kill Bickham. They wore street clothes and were affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan. At approximately 2 am Gill and Galloway arrived at Bickham's home. They approached his front door and fired at him striking him in the stomach. Bickham returned fire killing them both. “It was me or them,” he once told author Joan Cheever. He was arrested several hours later at a Baton Rouge Hospital. Prosecutors argued that he "lay in wait" for the deputies and then murdered them. An all-white jury convicted Bickham of first degree murder and sentenced him to death by electrocution. For 14 years he avoided execution winning 7 stays of execution. He lived on death row in the Angola State Penitentiary in solitary confinement 23 hours per day until 1974. In 1972 the US Supreme Court determined that death sentences were unconstitutional. States across the South converted numerous death sentences to life without parole including Bickham's in 1974. He was then released into the general prison population. Bickham has always maintained that he killed the officers in self-defense. His prison stay was the longest of any inmate at Angola who did not commit a crime while incarcerated. He became ordained as a minister at Angola and tended to rose bushes in the courtyard near his cell block. In 1995 after a lengthy legal battle over his case, Governor Edwin Edwards agreed to commute Bickham's sentence to 75 years. He was released from prison in 1996 and died in 2016 at age 98. At the time of his death he was an active participant in the movement to abolish capital punishment in the US. #moreesebickham #louisiana #kukluxklan #solitarycinfinement #angolastateprison #deathrow #notsolongago #nsla

16 3 Feb 23, 2018

The Panther puttin' the hurt on the Ku Klux Klan! From Jungle Action #20 (1975). Written by the one and only Don McGregor and art by Billy Graham, Bob McLeod and Janice Cohen. #blackpanther #panther #tchalla #king #wakanda #kkk #kukluxklan #marvel #jungleaction #comics #1975 #donmcgregor

13 1 Feb 23, 2018

An advertisement for Klan life insurance from a 1928 issue The Kourier Magazine, a Klan publication. #kkk #kukluxklan #lifeinsurance #kourier

17 1 Feb 23, 2018

Mississippi Burning is a 1988 #American #crime #thriller #film directed by Alan Parker, and written by Chris Gerolmo. It is loosely based on the #FBI 's investigation into the 1964 #Chaney , #Goodman and #Schwerner #murder case in #Mississippi . The film stars Gene Hackman and Willem Dafoe as two FBI agents assigned to investigate the disappearance of three #civilrights workers in fictional Jessup County, Mississippi. The investigation is met with hostility and backlash by the town's residents, local police and the #KuKluxKlan ( #KKK ). #MississippiBurning #AlanParker #FrederickZollo #RobertFColesberry #ChrisGerolmo #GeneHackman #WillemDafoe #francesmcdormand #Music #TrevorJones #Cinematography #PeterBiziou #blackhistorymonth #cultmovie

53 8 Feb 22, 2018

#disturbing #kukluxklan #ritual

13 0 Feb 22, 2018

Blau steht für den Himmel der Götter, woher die Arier kamen. Ich glaube nicht dass es eine Propagandaserie sein soll, sondern dass vielleicht einer der Designer oder Erfinder Rechtsextrem oder vielleicht sogar ein Mitglied des Ku-Klux-Klan war. Ich schätze die Wahrscheinlichkeit auf 12%. #schlümpfe #verschwörungstheorie # kkk #kukluxklan #propaganda

12 0 Feb 21, 2018

#kkk #kukluxklan #art

40 2 Feb 21, 2018

Regrann from thedayafter2016 - Not so long ago: Moreese “Pop” Bickham was born June 6, 1917 in Mandeville, LA. He served in the Navy in WWII stationed at Pearl Harbor. Around 11 pm July 12, 1958, 41 year old Bickham, who had no criminal record, argued with his girlfriend at a bar in Mandeville. She had allegedly been "acting unruly." Two white deputies, Gus Gill and Jake Galloway drove her home and threatened to kill Bickham. They wore street clothes and were affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan. At approximately 2 am Gill and Galloway arrived at Bickham's home. They approached his front door and fired at him striking him in the stomach. Bickham returned fire killing them both. “It was me or them,” he once told author Joan Cheever. He was arrested several hours later at a Baton Rouge Hospital. Prosecutors argued that he "lay in wait" for the deputies and then murdered them. An all-white jury convicted Bickham of first degree murder and sentenced him to death by electrocution. For 14 years he avoided execution winning 7 stays of execution. He lived on death row in the Angola State Penitentiary in solitary confinement 23 hours per day until 1974. In 1972 the US Supreme Court determined that death sentences were unconstitutional. States across the South converted numerous death sentences to life without parole including Bickham's in 1974. He was then released into the general prison population. Bickham has always maintained that he killed the officers in self-defense. His prison stay was the longest of any inmate at Angola who did not commit a crime while incarcerated. He became ordained as a minister at Angola and tended to rose bushes in the courtyard near his cell block. In 1995 after a lengthy legal battle over his case, Governor Edwin Edwards agreed to commute Bickham's sentence to 75 years. He was released from prison in 1996 and died in 2016 at age 98. At the time of his death he was an active participant in the movement to abolish capital punishment in the US. #moreesebickham #louisiana #kukluxklan #solitarycinfinement #angolastateprison #deathrow #notsolongago #nsla

15 2 Feb 21, 2018

Not so long ago: Moreese “Pop” Bickham was born June 6, 1917 in Mandeville, LA. He served in the Navy in WWII stationed at Pearl Harbor. Around 11 pm July 12, 1958, 41 year old Bickham, who had no criminal record, argued with his girlfriend at a bar in Mandeville. She had allegedly been "acting unruly." Two white deputies, Gus Gill and Jake Galloway drove her home and threatened to kill Bickham. They wore street clothes and were affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan. At approximately 2 am Gill and Galloway arrived at Bickham's home. They approached his front door and fired at him striking him in the stomach. Bickham returned fire killing them both. “It was me or them,” he once told author Joan Cheever. He was arrested several hours later at a Baton Rouge Hospital. Prosecutors argued that he "lay in wait" for the deputies and then murdered them. An all-white jury convicted Bickham of first degree murder and sentenced him to death by electrocution. For 14 years he avoided execution winning 7 stays of execution. He lived on death row in the Angola State Penitentiary in solitary confinement 23 hours per day until 1974. In 1972 the US Supreme Court determined that death sentences were unconstitutional. States across the South converted numerous death sentences to life without parole including Bickham's in 1974. He was then released into the general prison population. Bickham has always maintained that he killed the officers in self-defense. His prison stay was the longest of any inmate at Angola who did not commit a crime while incarcerated. He became ordained as a minister at Angola and tended to rose bushes in the courtyard near his cell block. In 1995 after a lengthy legal battle over his case, Governor Edwin Edwards agreed to commute Bickham's sentence to 75 years. He was released from prison in 1996 and died in 2016 at age 98. At the time of his death he was an active participant in the movement to abolish capital punishment in the US. #moreesebickham #louisiana #kukluxklan #solitarycinfinement #angolastateprison #deathrow #notsolongago #nsla

92 34 Feb 21, 2018

Odpowiednia ekspozycja kluczem do sukcesu #kukluxklan #manekin #najlepszy #mistrz #plzawiszy #strachnawróble #best #scare #first #baked #sraked

15 0 Feb 21, 2018
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