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Sound Portraits: George Stinney's Death Anniversary

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Sound Portraits: George Stinney's Death Anniversary

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Sound Portraits: George Stinney's Death Anniversary

Sound Portraits: George Stinney's Death Anniversary

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Mug shot of George Stinney in 1944 Courtesy Sound Portraits hide caption

More of Stinney's Story at SoundPortraits.org
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Day to Day looks back 60 years to the execution of George Stinney Jr., the youngest U.S. convict since the 1800s to be put to death. Karen Callahan and Eliza Bettinger of the independent production company Sound Portraits produced the story.