Fox News - 13 hours 15 min ago
Relatives of the well-known South Carolina mother and son who were gunned down at their hunting lodge earlier this month revealed that one of the victims had received threats, but the family did not believe at the time that they were credible, according to a recent report.
Vice - 14 hours 15 min ago
The state passed a law last month allowing executions by firing squad, but they haven't actually assembled one yet.
The Independent - 14 hours 21 min ago
Mark Fuleihan sentenced to 12 months and one day in prison for protecting outfit...
The Daily Beast - 16 hours 1 min ago
Facebook Just months before he was murdered alongside his mother, Paul Murdaugh , the 22-year-old son of a prominent South Carolina prosecutor, received death threats for his role in a drunken boating accident that left a teen girl dead, family members revealed Thursday. "I didn't think it was a credible threat if it was, I would have tried to do something or notify someone," John Marvin Murdaugh, one of Paul's uncles, told Good Morning America in the first family interview since...
BBC - 16 hours 2 min ago
A South Carolina court says two murderers must be allowed to choose their method of execution.
Black Enterprise - 17 hours 9 min ago
A coroner has changed the death certificate of a mentally ill Black man, Jamal Sutherland, who died in a South Carolina jail earlier this year...
The Hill - 17 hours 26 min ago
A Black man in South Carolina who was pepper sprayed and tased by South Carolina deputies likely died of abnormal heart rhythm, a coroner said. Charleston County Corone...
ABC News - 18 hours 29 min ago
John Marvin Murdaugh and Randolph "Randy" Murdaugh IV said they "knew something was wrong" when their other brother called them both late in the night on June 7.
UPI - 18 hours 48 min ago
South Carolina's Supreme Court has ordered delays for the executions of two condemned inmates who were scheduled to die this month because the electric chair is still the only method available to them.
Black Enterprise - 18 hours 59 min ago
The Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, will host its Nine Commemoration Committee, a forum to remember the victims killed during a random act of hate.
The Independent - 20 hours 39 min ago
The executions of the two prisoners were scheduled for this month...
Newsweek - 23 hours 6 min ago
The state Supreme Court ruled that Brad Sigmon and Freddie Owens have a statutory right to choose the manner of their execution.