Thad Christian’s death still raises questions 45 years later The U.S. Justice Department is still reviewing the civil rights case, but considering all the other things going on in the world today, Travis Haynes, brother of the now-deceased killer, ventured, “that FBI bunch, they need to forget about this.”
Rayville, La., man implicated in 1964 death of black shop owner Two people say a Richland, La., Parish truck driver who was a member of the Ku Klux Klan told them he participated in the arson that killed Frank Morris, a black Ferriday, La., businessman, in 1964. A third person, the truck driver's former wife, says she, too, heard what she believes was a credible eyewitness report that placed the truck driver at the scene of the arson when the fire was ignited more than 46 years ago.
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