From JACKSON, Mississippi, James Ford Seale, a reputed Ku Klux Klansman, was sentenced Friday to three life terms in prison for his role in the 1964 abduction and murder of two black teenagers in southwest Mississippi.


Seale is led into court for the sentencing Friday.

James Ford Seale, 72, was convicted in June on federal charges of kidnapping and conspiracy in the deaths of Charles Moore and Henry Hezekiah Dee, two 19-year-olds who disappeared from Franklin County on May 2, 1964.

The young men’s bodies were found two months later in the Mississippi River.


The prosecution’s star witness against Seale was Charles Marcus Edwards, a confessed Klansman, who received immunity from prosecution for his admitted role in the abductions and his testimony.


Thank you AP News

Some of you might not like what I have to say…but I have to say it…

This is a sad story…how can this monster live for so long free when he did such a monsterous, hideous act…throwing these young mens bodies in the river like they were trash. Killed them with out concience and lived with this act all these years, showing no remore. He is a sociopath and should not be given life in prisionment.

Who knows how many other people he has killed or been a part of…this man is like a rabid dog. Once they get the smell of blood in thier nostils it is easy to kill again.

The KKK is still out there folks and hiding, waiting for a time it thinks it will be accepted again. They are underground…people in high places, funding this maniacs. They are the new underground…the worms and snakes of today. The new Neo Nazi’s…persae’.

It only the victums families 33 years to find out who did this to their loved ones. Who knows, after 33 years…perhaps the parents are gone with out even knowing that justice was finally taken for their childrens lives.

In the Bible it says “an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.”
Should he give his life for the lives he took and then be throw into the river for the fishes and aligators to feed apon his body. like yesterdays newspapers…they way he did these young men?

Should the punishment fit the crime?

I have a good friend who would state that I was being dramatic and probably tell me not to write these words.
BUT Baby Boomers, it is crimes of hate and senseless killings that really get me going on a rant.

Perhaps Mississippi doesn’t have the death penalty…in his case…that is a shame!

I say…”YES the punishment should fit the crime.”

Smiles world peace and justice for all…
~The Baby Boomer Queen~