# Susie As Her Own- The Atlanta Constitution ( Atlanta, Georgia) 7 March 1888

so her own. She left home in company TwitnrGreen Jackson's younger brother .aad-byhlm she. Bent a note back to her mother stating what she had done. She then went to" Springfield Ohio where her elder sister already.niarried to a negro resided. TGreenv Jackson was' already there at her sister's house. Susie gave Green 3120 turned hinf a stock of merchandise worth 8300 -to which another 8100 was subsequently added and the young couple lived high Jksldes the 8120 Green was ven several sniaHerl gifts and was told by Susie to help himself"to what the store contained. 4 The policemarvaui3te4.tUo story. Green came back to the Dunning plantation possibly to help his mother or his friends. and was taught. Before being told why he was arrested he was overheard telling a friend to hate a certain trunk removed. The trunk/was already at police headquarter and whenscathed $105 in money was found. At first Jackson denied .that Snsie gave it jt LiraAnd aai jiaiiied.-- giving ft to him but both afterwards confessed' \hat the money was. part of the stblea l,100t The defense .claimed that themoney was not itolcn but was taken under the honest impression that it belonged to Susie Dunning go Green Jackson vcoold not be convicted Ire-- ceiving stolen property unless Susie 'wajj-'flrat convicted of having stolen it x- The prosecution claimed that there was a premeditated plot to take and divide the money and that when Green Jackson took part of it he knew he was taking stolen property. Judge Manning decided that Jackson be bound over under a bond of 31,000 Jackson vent to jail in default of bond and Susie was taken back to the stationhouse. 1D wnh reen YOUDg r .a d7.by him 1I" Dg wh nied i4ed. -Greeh ather turned. overto .towhich er 1des : tobdp 1ft ha police bishe't.'tho hisr1 ds. g ea remOT trunk rJ althe4 b1ni him.1ut It Y w a S e'Diinn 'i & 'wa&"fi d h vli1g 'J' a' Green. was't f SI. W" by sh herelder aistera.1xeadj.untrried 12O reen given yeraI th aspolice hea4qziersand.wbenseazthed$1O itt. 8us&4ied partof the money takenunderthe t Dnntiin b re- waa dr 1 as Monnin andSnsie j .  , . ,  * _   _ , . , ' , . - . , . " , ; , . , . ' . _ " " , - > , - , , , , $, " : . ' ? " * .$ . . , , . , " . / * , $. . * , . - - , ' .$ , " ' " ' . , ¬ * , - - ' - ' . . . . * ' ; - , * - * . , , : , . . . . " " _ ' , . ! . \ " ! ' ' , ' . - _ ' ' . ' '  ) , . } , ' . " ' ' , . , ' \ . : . " . " " . ' . : . ! ' ' . - - ' . ' { , . . ! \ ' \ ; - . ' ; ( ' . , . ' ' & . . : , . ' ' . ! ' - . " : : < " & . . . ' . : . . . . . ! ( . ' - , - . . . . . & & ! . -  . - \$ - -