Maverick investigative journalist Charles Postell became nationally infamous as a result of his decade-long visits to Georgia's Death Row, interviewing mass murderer Carl Junior Isaacs. Isaacs, along with three cohorts from his native Baltimore, slaughtered six members of a prominent farm clan in Donalsonville, Georgia on May 14, 1973.
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