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"I just didn't think that anything major would happen to him."So was this a politically motivated hit? "There were people out there who saw he had a good chance.
A final autopsy report has yet to be released and last night the Clarksdale Sheriff's Department said it cannot say when that might happen. Almost regardless of what the investigators eventually determine – the local member of Congress, Democrat Bennie Thompson, has formally asked the FBI to review the case – old ghosts have already been reawakened.
Is it possible that 45 years after the death of Martin Luther King Jr the bad old days of the Deep South, when blacks lived in fear of bigotry, have still not gone away?
That the hate-group with the dreaded three-initial name still exists was on display in Memphis, Tennessee, 80 miles north of here, just this weekend.
Around 60 members, some in white robes and hoods, protested an ordinance changing the Confederacy names of three city parks.