Henry Smith....This Man Must Be Ackno...

Henry Smith....This Man Must Be Acknowledged

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Cibil War

Paris, TX

#1 Nov 15, 2007
Cibil War

Paris, TX

#2 Nov 15, 2007
Henry Smith was an innocent man. He was innocent because he was never given a trial and never found guilty of anything. He was accused of murdering three year old Myrtle Vance but when one researches the details of this case, there is no evidence what-so-ever that Henry committed the murder. The evidence shows that most likely he did not.
guilty

Paris, TX

#3 Nov 17, 2007
About 2 o’clock Friday a mass meeting was called at the courthouse and captains appointed to search for the child. She was found mangled beyond recognition, covered with leaves and brush as above mentioned. As soon as it was learned upon the recovery of the body that the crime was so atrocious the whole town turned out in the chase. The railroads put up bulletins offering free transportation to all who would join in the search. Posses went in every direction, and not a stone was left unturned. Smith was tracked to Detroit on foot, where he jumped on a freight train and left for his old home in Hempstead County, Arkansas. To this county he was tracked and yesterday captured at Clow, a flag station on the Arkansas & Louisiana railway about twenty miles north of Hope. Upon being questioned the fiend denied everything, but upon being stripped for examination his undergarments were seen to be spattered with blood and a part of his shirt was torn off. He was kept under heavy guard at Hope last night, and later on confessed the crime.
Cibil War

Paris, TX

#4 Nov 19, 2007
guilty wrote:
About 2 o’clock Friday a mass meeting was called at the courthouse and captains appointed to search for the child. She was found mangled beyond recognition, covered with leaves and brush as above mentioned. As soon as it was learned upon the recovery of the body that the crime was so atrocious the whole town turned out in the chase. The railroads put up bulletins offering free transportation to all who would join in the search. Posses went in every direction, and not a stone was left unturned. Smith was tracked to Detroit on foot, where he jumped on a freight train and left for his old home in Hempstead County, Arkansas. To this county he was tracked and yesterday captured at Clow, a flag station on the Arkansas & Louisiana railway about twenty miles north of Hope. Upon being questioned the fiend denied everything, but upon being stripped for examination his undergarments were seen to be spattered with blood and a part of his shirt was torn off. He was kept under heavy guard at Hope last night, and later on confessed the crime.
Grow up!!!! If the mayor and the sheriff participates in LYNCHING a man, how could anything they say be credible? A report of spattered blood and a torn shirt? And? LISTEN.....YOU ARE INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY. HENRY SMITH WAS MURDERED BY THE LOCAL MAYOR, SHERIFF AND A HUGH GANG OF THUGS. HE WAS INNOCENT.
Anonymous

United States

#5 Nov 19, 2007
Cibil War wrote:
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Grow up!!!! If the mayor and the sheriff participates in LYNCHING a man, how could anything they say be credible? A report of spattered blood and a torn shirt? And? LISTEN.....YOU ARE INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY. HENRY SMITH WAS MURDERED BY THE LOCAL MAYOR, SHERIFF AND A HUGH GANG OF THUGS. HE WAS INNOCENT.
According to you every black thug is innocent. HE WAS GUILTY. AND GOT WHAT HE DESERVED.
Cibil War

Paris, TX

#6 Nov 20, 2007
Anonymous wrote:
<quoted text>According to you every black thug is innocent. HE WAS GUILTY. AND GOT WHAT HE DESERVED.
You approve of lynchings. I'm not suprised. Your type always do.
Anonymous

United States

#7 Nov 20, 2007
Cibil War wrote:
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You approve of lynchings. I'm not suprised. Your type always do.
And your type always claims black people are innocent even when they confess!!!!
Cibil War

Paris, TX

#8 Nov 23, 2007
Anonymous wrote:
<quoted text> And your type always claims black people are innocent even when they confess!!!!
There is no such thing as a confession in a lynching situation you dummy.
Anonymous

United States

#9 Nov 23, 2007
Cibil War wrote:
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There is no such thing as a confession in a lynching situation you dummy.
Lets see if we can make this easy for you to understand. it's as simple as HE CONFESSED, you dummy. If you dont want to call it a confession, them call it an admittance or whatever. Whatever you call it it boils down to one thing....He said he did it. In my book thats called a confession.
Cibil War

Paris, TX

#10 Nov 23, 2007
Anonymous wrote:
<quoted text> Lets see if we can make this easy for you to understand. it's as simple as HE CONFESSED, you dummy. If you dont want to call it a confession, them call it an admittance or whatever. Whatever you call it it boils down to one thing....He said he did it. In my book thats called a confession.
Well lets see if I can simplify it for you. Number one, there is no way of knowing what Henry Smith did or did not say while he was being murdered. Number two, a gang of thugs saying "We got him to confess before we hung him" would tell any body with even the smallest amount of common sense that such a statement is forced....but then you don't have even the smallest amount of common sense do you.
Anonymous

United States

#11 Nov 23, 2007
Cibil War wrote:
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Well lets see if I can simplify it for you. Number one, there is no way of knowing what Henry Smith did or did not say while he was being murdered. Number two, a gang of thugs saying "We got him to confess before we hung him" would tell any body with even the smallest amount of common sense that such a statement is forced....but then you don't have even the smallest amount of common sense do you.
If he knew he was going to hang anyway ( as you stupidly say ) then why did he confess???? If he was innocent and knew he was going to hang, he would never have admitted it as that would not help his case at all. On the other hand, If he was guilty and knew he was about to die, he may have wanted to confess and ask God to forgive him. But then, you are so blind to anything but what you want to see, that you would never admit it. You are a fool. lol
Cibil War

Paris, TX

#12 Nov 23, 2007
Anonymous wrote:
<quoted text> If he knew he was going to hang anyway ( as you stupidly say ) then why did he confess???? If he was innocent and knew he was going to hang, he would never have admitted it as that would not help his case at all. On the other hand, If he was guilty and knew he was about to die, he may have wanted to confess and ask God to forgive him. But then, you are so blind to anything but what you want to see, that you would never admit it. You are a fool. lol
Dummy. If someone was holding a gun to your head and told you if you admitted to something you would be spared, you would do it. You have a gang mentality. Whats the point in having courts and police if you believe people should take the law into their own hands. A PERSON IS INNOCENT UNTIL FOUND GUILTY IN A COURT OF LAW. Does your dumb azz really believe that if a person forces you to sign something, say something, or do something while holding a gun to your head, thats legally binding because you went ahead and said, signed, or did what you were told to do? If thats the case, there would be no defense to rape.
Anonymous

United States

#13 Nov 23, 2007
Cibil War wrote:
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Dummy. If someone was holding a gun to your head and told you if you admitted to something you would be spared, you would do it. You have a gang mentality. Whats the point in having courts and police if you believe people should take the law into their own hands. A PERSON IS INNOCENT UNTIL FOUND GUILTY IN A COURT OF LAW. Does your dumb azz really believe that if a person forces you to sign something, say something, or do something while holding a gun to your head, thats legally binding because you went ahead and said, signed, or did what you were told to do? If thats the case, there would be no defense to rape.
Oh, so now you are saying they held a gun to his head???? They forced him into admitting what he did?? You are making a complete fool of yourself. If they were going to " lynch " him anyway just because he was a Negro, why would they go to all the trouble to " force " him to admit anything??? And you yourself have said that blacks were lynched for no other reason but that they were black. You are contradicting yourself. maybe you should just shut up until you think first. lol

Since: Oct 07

Paris, TX

#14 Nov 23, 2007
Anonymous wrote:
<quoted text> Oh, so now you are saying they held a gun to his head???? They forced him into admitting what he did?? You are making a complete fool of yourself. If they were going to " lynch " him anyway just because he was a Negro, why would they go to all the trouble to " force " him to admit anything??? And you yourself have said that blacks were lynched for no other reason but that they were black. You are contradicting yourself. maybe you should just shut up until you think first. lol
They should make a movie of the week.. Portrait of a Black Raving Lunatic.
Anonymous

United States

#15 Nov 23, 2007
Suze wrote:
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They should make a movie of the week.. Portrait of a Black Raving Lunatic.
LMAO. The title could be " The black crayola" or " One flew over the buzzard's nest. " lol
Anonymous

United States

#16 Nov 23, 2007
She reminds me of an old black buzzard just hovering around waiting for something to die . Cibil Buzzard. lol AKA black crayola.

Since: Oct 07

Paris, TX

#17 Nov 24, 2007
Anonymous wrote:
<quoted text> LMAO. The title could be " The black crayola" or " One flew over the buzzard's nest. " lol
LOL! Both are good.
Cibil War

Paris, TX

#18 Nov 24, 2007
Anonymous wrote:
<quoted text> Oh, so now you are saying they held a gun to his head???? They forced him into admitting what he did?? You are making a complete fool of yourself. If they were going to " lynch " him anyway just because he was a Negro, why would they go to all the trouble to " force " him to admit anything??? And you yourself have said that blacks were lynched for no other reason but that they were black. You are contradicting yourself. maybe you should just shut up until you think first. lol
He was captured by the sheriff and his posse. Oh No!!!! How dare anyone say te sheriff carried a gun. Geeesh!!! You're stupid. Henry Smiths nephew was lynched in Paris Texas simply for being his nephew. I'm sure you will defend that as well.
Cibil War

Paris, TX

#19 Nov 24, 2007
Suze wrote:
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They should make a movie of the week.. Portrait of a Black Raving Lunatic.
The REAL Paris Texas would make a very good movie. Since a new civil rights movement has begun and racism is a HOT!!!! topic...OUCH!!!....that may very well happen. Have you heard about the Shaquanda Cotton movie:-O

Since: Oct 07

Paris, TX

#20 Nov 24, 2007
What's squander's movie called? Burning down the School? I Was a Teenage Troublemaker? lol

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