Main Entry: man·u·mis·sion
Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin manumission-, manumissio, from manumittere
Date: 15th century
: the act or process of manumitting; especially : formal emancipation from slavery
I don't know the process, sorry.My Uncle Told me two months ago regarding Enid That her nephew Ivan was executed in Washington D.C. in the 40's for killing a white police officer.