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Laws Don't Matter, Except When They Do
By RICK LYMAN
THE crime was horrific enough; cunningly cruel, brutal and utterly senseless. But it was the way the victim was chosen -- singled out because he was part of a despised minority -- that aroused the nation. The murder in June of James Byrd Jr., torn to ...
October 18, 1998, Sunday
Week in Review Desk , 1208 words