Les' we forget that there are hundreds of Unsolved Civil Rights Murders that have yet to be prosecuted and justice served, and there are many more "suspicious deaths" and "mysterious murders" that occured during that era and continue to this day. Therefore, this blog serves to bring justice by going beyound posting stories, but also having a follow up plan involving legal actions which will not be disclosed at this time. Justice will be served les' we forget.
Friday, December 5, 2008
Cleve McDowell Murder, March 17, 1997
Attorney Cleve McDowell was murdered on March 17, 1997. To this day, justice has not been served. For years, McDowell had collected various evidence, witness testimonies, articles, and notes on unsolved Civil Rights Murders...shortly after his murder there was a mysterious fire where all these valuable items were lost. Sunflower District Attorney Hailey Gail Bridges hastily prosecuted Juarez Webb to quickly shut the case when there was disputed evidence that raised serious questions about who murdered McDowell. District Attorney Bridges was also given the task of prosecuting Unsolved Civil Rights Murders, which she failed to do. As of December 5, 2008, she is no longer the D. A., but you can contact current Sunflower District Attorney William Michael Mallette, and tell him that you want justice now for the Unsolved Civil Rights Murders and justice for Cleve McDowell les' we forget.
Sunflower District Attorney William Michael Mallette P. O. Box 1046 Indianola, MS 38751 Phone: (662) 887-4306 Fax: (662) 887-6275 Email: WMMallette@Bellsouth.Net