Boston-based filmmaker Clennon L. King brings to the screen Fair Game. It’s the story of Alice Fair, whose son, James, took a fateful pit stop in Georgia on his way to Florida in May of 1960, and, in less than three days, was arrested, jailed, tried, convicted, and sentenced to the Georgia electric chair for an 8-year-old girl’s rape and murder. “It was one of the most important cases of my father’s legal career,” said King, whose father, the late Atty. C.B. King, along with Atty. D.L. Hollowell, represented Fair.
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