How politics entered the tragedy as politicians rushed to appear in front of cameras
The revolving door of letting people who shoot people and being allowed to return to the streets.
Firearm legislation hearing in United States Senate Dec. 6, 2017
“With all of these actions we are announcing today, we are saying enough is enough. This is about getting our communities back, getting gangs and violent offenders off the streets, and saving lives,” said the governor.
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The following is an interview with Carla Henning Bailey which was first published June 29, 1999 in ST. MARY’S TODAY.
Bailey told ST. MARY’S TODAY that she wanted to go “one-on-one” with Richard Fritz to answer his public statements that what occurred in November of 1964 at a house on St. George’s Island with her, Fritz and two other young men was a case of consensual sex, while she contends she was forcibly raped.
Bailey first disclosed her story in April, charging that she had been raped, saying that she wanted to be identified as the victim, pointing out that she had done nothing wrong or had done anything to be ashamed of. Bailey says that she wants to be able to tell what really happened as she is furious that Fritz is painting her to be tramp.