Uncategorized Supreme Court rejects appeal from Edgar Ray Killen in "Mississippi Burning" case written by Associated Press November 4, 2013 Ex-KKK leader Edgar Ray Killen, now 88, was convicted of manslaughter in 2005 for the 1964 slayings of 3 civil rights workers See the original post: Supreme Court rejects appeal from Edgar Ray Killen in "Mississippi Burning" case Related PostsGG reminds judges that ‘justice delayed is justice denied’Source: Goodell ordered to testify in Rice caseKentucky clerk asks Supreme Court to intervene in same-sex marriage caseWoman charged with killing 3 sons appeals court orderToday in Afro History ! U.S. Supreme Court bans housing discrimination in 1968, known as the Civil Rights Act of 1968. Signed into law by President Johnson. 3,000 Afro American Students boycott Boston Public schools over the quality of their education in 1963 ! Supreme Court rejects appeal from Edgar Ray Killen in "Mississippi Burning" case was last modified: November 4th, 2013 by Associated Press 0 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Associated Press previous post Dez Bryant and Jason Witten Hug it Out After Loss to Lions next post Carmelo Anthony Says Knicks Can’t Go to a “Dark Place” You may also like Pathologists, dentists among 20 Cuban medical personnel... November 16, 2013 Goldstein Investigation: City Sells Off Yacht For... January 7, 2016 Manhole Fire Injures 1, Blows Out Windows... February 2, 2015 Castillo Hits 2-Run HR, Diamondbacks Beat Colon... June 7, 2015 Victims’ Families Intend To Sue Pickup Driver... September 18, 2015 San Gabriel Couple Acquitted In Death Of... November 30, 2014 Trump Fires Back At New Claims Of... October 13, 2016 Serena Williams reclaims her throne January 29, 2017 Jay Williams — 'Today was going to... January 20, 2016 Phil Jackson: Melo influenced ‘win now’ approach July 8, 2016 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.