White woman convicted of raping 10-year-old black boy

September 1991
Jet;9/16/91, Vol. 80 Issue 22, p36
Reports on a 36-year old white woman's conviction on charges of raping a 10-year-old black boy. Woman's sentence; Woman's diary detailing similar experiences; Rape victim's recollection of the incident.


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