Woman at Center of Emmett Till Killing Claims She 'Always Felt Like A Victim' In an unpublished memoir, Carolyn Bryant repeated her denial of wanting the 14-year-old killed.

Posted on AllSides July 19th, 2022
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A week after a 1955 arrest warrant was found for Carolyn Bryant, the Mississippi woman who wrongfully accused Emmett Till of making improper advances, her unpublished memoir has surfaced, with a claim that she tried to prevent the 15-year-old Chicago youth from being killed.

According to the Associated Press, the 99-page manuscript was titled I Am More Than A Wolf Whistle and was compiled by her daughter-in-law Marsha Bryant. In the memoir, Bryant framed herself as a victim,  stating she “always felt like a victim as well as Emmett” and “paid dearly with an altered...

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