Tuesday, October 06, 2020

Today -100: October 6, 1920: Of lynchings, occupations, and dynamite

Four black men accused of killing a white farmer are taken from the county jail in MacClenny, Florida and lynched.

The Commander-General of the Marine Corps, Gen. John Lejeune, insists that Haitians like being occupied and just love them some marines.

The Justice Dept rules out Florean Zelenska as the Wall Street Bomber. But he will be charged for taking dynamite across state lines.

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