Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Fatal Fallout, Coping With Crime

WHAT HAPPENED
In 1982, columnist Issac Bailey's brother Herbert "Moochie" Bailey Jr. was charged in the stabbing death of James Bunch, a former Bonneau city councilman. Bailey recently spoke for the first time about the slaying with the victim's family, as well as his own, for a six-part series that explores the lingering effects of murder on the families of the victims and the accused.



This series explores the effect of crime from the perspective of not only the victim's family, but the family of the convicted. It is a raw look at how in a moment's notice, so many lives are changed, some for the better, some for the worse.

2 comments:

Maggie's Rose said...

Definitely one of the more insightful and meaningful readings out there, thanks so much for sharing this.

Maggie's Rose said...

Definitely one of the more insightful and meaningful readings out there, thanks so much for sharing this.