THE THREE DEATH SENTENCES OF CLARENCE HENDERSON: A Battle for Racial Justice at the Dawn of the Civil Rights Era
Convicted of murdering a white man while attempting to rape a white woman, Clarence Henderson escaped Georgia's electric chair on appeal. But despite mounting evidence that he was innocent, Henderson was tried and convicted of the same crime two more times. Joyner chronicles this perilous legal journey against a backdrop of race, politics, and social changes.
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