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Traitor Town: The Unsolved Civil Rights Murder of Clifton Walker

Center for Investigative Reporting and USA Today

This short film was originally published by the Center for Investigative Reporting and USA Today to accompany my article, Decades after slaying, Mississippi family seeks justice

Psychologically I just couldn’t even look at the people in that town who knew exactly what happened to Daddy,” recalls Catherine Walker Jones.

Catherine and her two siblings Shirley and Clifton, Jr. accompany Ben Greenberg in Wilkinson County, Miss. to seek answers about the murder of their father, Clifton Walker, Sr.

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