Camp Shelby Soldiers Fired Upon

Camp Shelby Soldiers Fired Upon

A group of unaware soldiers training at Mississippi’s Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center were fired upon on August 4, 2015, at 12:10 p.m.  The suspects are believed to have been inside of a red pick-up truck bearing the spray-painted words “broken arrow” on its body. Perry County Sheriff Jimmy Dale reported that two white men who […]

Emmett Till and the Whistle for Civil Rights

Emmett Till and the Whistle for Civil Rights

Sixty years ago, in the small town of Money, Mississippi, a young Chicagoan was kidnaped, brutally maimed and murdered in an act of racial violence. It was Aug. 28, 1955; a time of heavy racism and segregation in the South. The boy was 14-year-old Emmett Till, whose whistle and the horrific torment and murder it caused made U.S. history and galvanized the […]

DEA Crackdown on Prescription Drugs in Four Southern States

DEA Crackdown on Prescription Drugs in Four Southern States

Today morning, the Drug Enforcement Administration or the DEA, raided pharmacies, pain clinics and other locations as part of their crackdown on prescription pain pills abuse in the four southern states of Arkansas, Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi. The bust was the culmination of a 15-month operation which was launched last summer by the DEA’s drug diversion […]

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