Discover the true story behind The Kissing Case of 1958, which was a litigated case about civil rights violations in North Carolina that sparked the movement. The Kissing Case involves two young African American boys named David "Fuzzy" Ezzelle Simpson and James Hanover Thompson, who were ages 7 and 9 at the time. While they were innocently playing, "Fuzzy" and James were approached and kissed on the cheek by two Caucasian girls. Once the girls' parents learned of the incident, the boys were promptly arrested and charged with rape.
The innocent boys were jailed and beaten daily for 6 days, and have suffered the consequences of this incident their whole lives. The men have done their best to move on, but David went to a life of crime afterward and is still in prison. We are trying to raise funds for his defense. Our goal is to tell the whole, true story of what really happened, and what should have happened, in the original case. We welcome your questions and we are working hard to expose the truth and help these two men reach peace in their lives.
Contact us today at (888) 628-2891 for more information regarding the famous Kissing Case of 1958 or to make a donation to David's defense.