Harrison Lee (1906 – 1946), was a barber who was killed by police officer F.R. Brockman in Birmingham, Alabama.
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Malcolm Wright (1900 – 1949), a farmer, was killed by James Moore, Eunice Gore, and James “Red” Kellum in Chickasaw County, Mississippi.
Pvt. Booker T. Spicely, 34, was killed by Herman Lee Council in Durham County, North Carolina in 1944.
Prinest McCann (1922 – 1945), a truck driver and WWII veteran, was killed by police officer Melvin Porter in Mobile County, Alabama.
Tom Jones Jr. (1921 – 1945), a longshoreman, was killed by David McDonald, a night watchman, in Wilkinson County, Mississippi.
Ellis Hutson, Sr., 50, was a truck driver who was killed by Constable Travis Helpenstill in Nacogdoches, Texas in 1948.
Henry “Peg” Gilbert, 42, a prosperous farmer and church deacon, was killed in 1947 by Police Chief W. H. Buchanan in the Harris County jail in Harris County, Georgia.
Pvt. Willie Lee Davis (1917 – 1943) was killed by Police Chief James Mitchell Bohannon while on leave in Emanuel County, Georgia.
Willie B. Carlisle, 18, was a service station employee who was killed in 1950 by two police officers, Doyle Mitcham and James R. Clark, in Lafayette, Alabama.
Hilliard Brooks, 22, a WWII veteran, was killed in 1950 by police officer M. E. Mills in Montgomery, Alabama.
Eugene Bell, age 22, a WWII veteran and farmer, was killed in 1946 in Amite County, Mississippi.