Carolyn Bryant Donham [Also] Claims Victimhood in Her Memoir About the Murder of Emmett Till
The woman directly responsible for one of the worst incidents of racial violence in U.S. history proclaims to the victim of "an altered life."
“I always felt like a victim as well as Emmett. He came in our store and put his hands on me with no provocation. Do I think he should have been killed for doing that? Absolutely, unequivocally, no! Did we both pay a price for it, yes, we did. He paid dearly with the loss [of] his life. I paid dearly with an altered life.” - Carolyn B…
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