On the strength of about 500 enthusiastic college students, national justice advocates, and local organizers, Jamie and Gladys Scott stood strong on the steps of the Mississippi State Capitol and requested that governor haley barbour finish what he started. On January 7, 2011, The Scott Sisters were released from the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility by the governor to save the state the embarrassment of their continued incarceration with poten
I honestly don’t know what to say. The unity we exhibited in the effort to free Jamie and Gladys Scott seems a mere fragment of imagination. They are FREE, but the war is far from won. The terms of their release are unethical and the financial burden they face is enormous. ...
By: James Harris
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