The story of “Dr.” William “Bill” Key is a remarkable one that flies in the face of politically-correct lies that we have been force-fed over recent decades. Bill Key was born a slave, had a kind master and a good relationship with his master’s sons. So much so that he joined them when they enlistedContinue reading “The Remarkable Story of “Dr.” William Key & His Horse Jim Key”
Category Archives: Slavery
The Fate of Adam Bollinger
“The State’s Bight of Appeal in Criminal Cases. Where a motion in arrest of judgment in a criminal case has been sustained, and the prisoner ordered discharged, on the ground that at the time of the commission of the offense the defendant was a slave, and as such not liable to punishment.
A Pre-War Predicament in Post-War Fredericktown
“Could being property, like a horse, be any more guilty of killing a slave likewise property, than one horse in killing another horse?”