Abilene Police Chief Apologizes To Family Of 1922 Lynching Victim

“I stand here convicted. I’m just going to be honest with you because I represent the police department that carried out these injustices in 1922. So hear me: I’m sorry. I’m sorry.”

By Nathan Gibbs April 29, 2019 9:30 am, , ,

From KACU:

A lynching that took place 97 years ago in Abilene, Texas, was publicly recognized for the first time Saturday. And it was the work of a college student that was the spark to make it happen.

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