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As Trial in Dragging Opens, Town Talks of Reconciliation

13 As Trial in Dragging Opens, Town Talks of Reconciliation
By RICK LYMAN
John William King had shed the bulletproof vest he had worn into the county courthouse today and had on a button-down shirt, untucked, its sleeves covering his racist tattoos, even the Woody Woodpecker in a Ku Klux Klan cap. Mr. King, 24, the first o ...

January 26, 1999, Tuesday
National Desk , 1154 words

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