All right, let's chop and load.
Good evening, Officer.
Y'all need my license or anything, huh?
No, that's not necessary.
That's a sharp-looking truck you got.
Yes, sir. Thank you.
是的 先生 谢谢您
Those rims look like they cost you a pretty penny.
Who you been working for?
Oh, no, sir. I don't work for nobody.
不 先生 我不为别人工作
Got my own pulping business.
You know, I clear out all these trees around here.
So, you ain't got no boss to check in with, huh?
所以 你不用向老板报告 是吗
That must be pretty nice.
Free to run up and down the road,
wherever you want to, whenever you want to,
in this fancy truck.
Hey, well, not if my wife got something to say about it.
I heard that ain't stopped you before, though.
Ain't that right, Johnny D.?
You want to make a break for it? Hmm?
No, sir, I don't wanna do nothing...
不 先生 我不想做任何事
'Cause after what you done,
I'm looking for any excuse to get this over with
right here, right now.
Sir, I ain't did nothing,
and I think y'all got the wrong person here.
Y'all got me confused
with somebody. And I think...
I ain't got you confused with nobody.
I don't have a thing to do with this.
Sir, you got me confused with somebody.
I ain't did nothing wrong.
We all know Monroeville
as the peaceful town
where Harper Lee wrote
To Kill a Mockingbird.
Last year, that peace was shattered by a brutal crime.
On the 1st of November,
18-year-old Ronda Morrison
was found dead at Jackson Cleaners.
Morrison had been strangled and shot
by Walter McMillian,
known locally as Johnny D.
McMillian was convicted by a jury
who recommended a life sentence.
Judge Robert E. Lee Key
overrode their decision
and sentenced McMillian to death.
We promised the community
that we would find him, and we did.
You commit a crime like this in my town,
one way or another, you're gonna pay for it.
As McMillian awaits execution
at Holman Correctional Facility,
a grieving community can take some solace
in knowing that, today,
justice has finally been served.
Hi, Mr. Davis. I'm Bryan.
The Southern Prisoners Defense Committee,
they sent me here to tell you that,
that they don't have a lawyer for you yet,
but they hope to soon.
You're not a lawyer?
No. I'm still in school.
Just interning here for the summer.
So, you can't tell me nothing about my case?
I mean, I was supposed to tell you
that you're not at risk of execution
any time within the next year.
Can you say that again?
That you're not at risk of execution any time
within the next year?
That's the best news I've heard in a long time.
I didn't want my wife or kids
showing up if I had an execution date coming.
Now they can come visit.
My mom made me join our church choir
when I was, like, four.
I sang lead baritone all through high school.
I played piano at my church growing up.
A couple AME Choir boys hanging on death row.
My mom would go trip.
Man, that's crazy.
What school are you going to?
Seriously? You're going to Harvard?
That's white-boy status, bro.
What the hell are you doing slumming it up in here for?
I'm in law school because I just wanted to help people.