Here's what happened the day a former KKK leader was finally convicted for the 'Mississippi Burning' - Washington Post

Washington Post Here's what happened the day a former KKK leader was finally convicted for the 'Mississippi Burning' Washington Post For many in the Mississippi courtroom on June 21, 2005, the 80-year-old man in a wheelchair, breathing from the thin green tubes of an oxygen tank, embodied the state's violent, hate-filled past. It had been 41 years to the day since the killing of ... Edgar Ray Killen, Convicted in '64 Killings of Rights Workers, Dies at 92New York Times 'Mississippi Burning' KKK leader Killen dies in prison at 92NOLA.com Klansman convicted in 'Mississippi Burning' case dies in prisonCNN BBC News -NPR -USA TODAY -U.S. News & World Report all 109 news articles »

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