Emmett Till's Accuser, The Witch, The Baphomet, The Worst Kind Of White Women




Money, Indianola & Greenville, Mississippi (America)

Snitch Biography:

You should really make a new category, for vintage snitches. Cover garbage people like this one and others born in eras earlier than ours. Examples would include, Sammy the Bull, Nicky Barnes, The Red Women etc. (Snitches who paved the way for other snitches).

If you don't know who this devil is and you're an avid supporter of civil rights in America, I would be ashamed. Without a further a do, lets honorarily welcome this old bag of milk to center stage on GoldenSnitches.
A place where she belongs. This case is very controversial, it became one of the catalysts to the progression and backbone of Martin Luther King J.R's Civil Rights Movement of the early 1960's. It involves prejudice and Jim Crow laws of America during that period.

Emmett Louis Till (July 25, 1941 – August 28, 1955) was a young African-American who was lynched in Mississippi in 1955 at the age of 14, after being accused of offending a white woman in her family's grocery store. The brutality of his murder and the fact that his killers were acquitted drew attention to the long history of violent persecution of African Americans in the United States. Till posthumously became an icon of the Civil Rights Movement. How did this happen? Who is this women? there are many questions.

During the time, Money, Mississippi was a very poor town with only 3 stores, a school, a post office and a cotton gin. After the Emancipation Proclamation, the agreement signed by Abraham Lincoln to free the slaves, many African Americans migrated northbound because of the lack of wealth in the south. Since the south heavily relied on African American labor, they were really labor deficient. Still the local population managed with what they could. Till was born and raised in Chicago (During that period was not as heavy as the south when it came to Jim Crow). During summer vacation in August 1955, he was visiting relatives near Money, in the Mississippi Delta region. On August 24, he and cousin Curtis Jones skipped church where his great-uncle Mose Wright was preaching and joined some local boys as they went to Bryant's Grocery and Meat Market to buy candy. The teenagers were children of sharecroppers and had been picking cotton all day. The market mostly served the local sharecropper population and was owned by a white couple, 24-year-old Roy Bryant and his 21-year-old wife Carolyn. Carolyn was alone in the store that day; her sister-in-law was in the rear of the store watching children. Jones left Till with the other boys while Jones played checkers across the street. This was when Till spoke to 21-year-old Carolyn Bryant, the white married proprietor of a small grocery store there. Although what happened at the store is a matter of dispute, Till was accused of flirting with or whistling at Bryant. According to Till's cousin Simeon Wright, who was with Till that day, Till whistled at Bryant. Only a whistle what harm can come out of it?

On the morning of August 28, 1955, Till was taken from the house he was staying at in Money and killed. Roy Bryant and his half-brother J. W. Milam were accused of the murder and were brought to trial. When Roy Bryant was informed of what had happened, he aggressively questioned several young black men who entered the store. In the early morning hours, between 2:00 am and 3:30 am, Bryant and Milam drove to Mose Wright's house. Milam was armed with a pistol and a flashlight. He asked Wright if he had three boys in the house from Chicago. Till was sharing a bed with another cousin; there were eight people in the small two-bedroom cabin. Milam asked Wright to take them to "the nigger who did the talking." Till's great-aunt offered the men money, but Milam refused as he rushed Emmett to put on his clothes. Moses Wright informed the men that Till was from up north and didn't know any better. Milam reportedly then asked, "How old are you, preacher?" to which Wright responded "64." Milam threatened that if Wright told anybody he wouldn't live to see 65. The men marched Till out to the truck. They tied up Till in the back of a green pickup truck and drove toward Money, Mississippi.

In an interview with William Bradford Huie that was published in Look magazine in 1956, Bryant and Milam said they intended to beat Till and throw him off an embankment into the river to frighten him. They told Huie that while they were beating Till, he called them bastards, declared he was as good as they, and said that he had sexual encounters with white women. They put Till in the back of their truck, drove to a cotton gin to take a 70-pound (32 kg) fan—the only time they admitted to being worried, thinking that by this time in early daylight they would be spotted and accused of stealing—and drove for several miles along the river looking for a place to dispose of Till. They shot him by the river and weighted his body with the fan.

Till was discovered lying on the river embankment, body decomposed and mangle to the point he was unidentifiable.

At the trial, both brothers were acquitted of all charges laid against them in front of an all white southern jury. That's however isn't the worst part. Lets now get back to our witch, Carolyn. Carolyn was also brought to the court to testify for her account of the murder. Due to the fact the entire murder resonated around her.

** During the murder trial, Bryant testified that Till grabbed her hand while she was stocking candy and said, "How about a date, baby?" She said that after she freed herself from his grasp, the young man followed her to the cash register, grabbed her waist and said, "What's the matter baby, can't you take it?" Bryant said she freed herself, and Till said, "You needn't be afraid of me, baby," used "one 'unprintable' word" and said "I've been with white women before." Bryant also alleged that one of Till's companions came into the store, grabbed him by the arm, and ordered him to leave. **

[HOWEVER, According to historian Timothy Tyson, Bryant admitted to him in a 2008 interview that her testimony during the trial that Till had made verbal and physical advances was false. Bryant had testified Till grabbed her waist and uttered obscenities but later told Tyson "that part's not true". As for the rest of what happened, the 72 year old stated she could not remember. (Of course) Bryant is quoted by Tyson as saying “Nothing that boy did could ever justify what happened to him”.]

How heathenish do you have to be to hold onto a lie like that for your entire life. Already labelled every nasty vile sickening label you can think of many people demanded the FBI to reopen the case. She admitted her lie when she was in her 70's. A lie from when she was 21. Now she in her 80's living in a privately located area. This case had its positives as it propelled African Americans to gain their rights. Thats history people.





Physical Description:

Ethnicity/Race: Caucasian American
Height: 5'6''
Weight: 130 Lbs
Tattoos: None
Clothing Style: Southern White Women
Sexual Orientation: Civil Rights (Menopause)

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