U.S. v. James Ford Seale: Reputed Klansman, Ex-Cop, and Sheriff's Deputy Indicted for the 1964 murders of 2 black hitchikers in Mississippi

 

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Reputed Klansman, Ex-Cop, and Sheriff's Deputy Indicted For The
1964 Murders of Two Young African-American Men in Mississippi

U.S. v. James Ford Seale
Jan. 24, 2007

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  • A federal grand jury indicts a reputed member of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) who was a former Mississippi policeman and sheriff's deputy, for the abductions and brutal murders of two young African-American men in 1964. The slayings have remained unsolved for nearly 43 years, and the suspect is now 71 years-old.

     


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