Nearly 80-year-old civil-rights murder case reopened in Tennessee

Voter-registration activist Elbert Williams of Brownsville, Tennessee, was killed in June 1940. The Haywood County coroner called it 'foul means.'

Nearly 80-year-old civil-rights murder case reopened in Tennessee

Nearly 80-year-old civil-rights murder case reopened in Tennessee
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