Clipped From The Hutchinson News
Guilty of Slander Conviction Follows Whipping Whipping By Girl New Orleans, OP)—Oscar Kay, 47, who said he was whipped by a 17-year-old girl last August after after her father and two brothers accused accused him of slanderous remarks, stood convicted today of the slander slander charge. The case was tried before Judge J. Arthur Charbonnet yesterday, who said Kay would be sentenced Friday. Kay did not testify. Alfred Willis, father of the girl, Eloise Willis, told police last Aug. 8 that he and his sons had tied Kay to a tree, and that the girl had flogged him for alleged slanderous slanderous stories. Kay reported the whipping to the police. Charges of beating and wounding filed by him against the girl, her father and two brothers still are pending.