CRIMES OF PREJUDICE Mississippi Burning was the film and offical codename for the disappearance and murders of three civil rights workers in Neshoba by the Ku Klux Klan. Klaus Barbie became known as the ‘Butcher of Lyon’ during World War II
Crime And Prejudice
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CRIMES OF PREJUDICE
Mississippi Burning was the film and offical codename for the disappearance and murders of three civil rights workers in Neshoba by the Ku Klux Klan.
Klaus Barbie became known as the ‘Butcher of Lyon’ during World War II for implementing Hitler’s ‘Final Solution’. In 1987 he was finally brought to trial.
Colin Ireland was the brutal killer of five homosexuals, he became known as the ‘Gay Slayer’ and lived out his fantasy to become a serial killer.
MURDER BY DECREE
Martin Luther King was a revered civl rights leader who gave the movement its vision and figurehead. Did the truth ever come out about his shooting on the hotel balcony?
Georgie Markov was a dissident Bulgarian activist who fought the Communist government from London. They decided to silence him with a James Bond like poison pellet in an umbrella.
Union mining activist Joseph Yablonski was found dead with five bullets in his body in the murder-for-hire scandal that rocked America’s labour movement in 1969.
John Christie’s residence of 10 Rillington Place is notorious for the murder of his wife and other unfortunate women that fell into his hands. He also allowed the innocent Timothy Evans to be hanged for the murder of his wife and baby.
Richard Speck murdered eight Chicago nurses on one night in cold blood. After tying them with their bed sheets, he then proceeded to stab and strangle the captured nurses. On his arm was a tattoo saying ‘born to raise hell’.
William Heirens grew up thinking that contact with women would make him ‘dirty’ and so he killed them. He wrote a message to the police on the mirror of one of his victim’s in their lipstick. It said ‘For Heaven’s sake catch me before I kill more’.