Articles Written About the LSU Cold Case Project Cases by LSU Manship Students

Student journalists at LSU have pored over more than 175,000 pages of FBI files obtained under the Freedom of Information Act since 2009. They have interviewed witnesses and family members of African Americans killed by the Ku Klux Klan from the 1950s through the early 1970s and performed investigative research, even meeting with FBI officials in Washington to find and present facts about the cases and help provide closure for the families.

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The stories have received thanks from the family members of victims and have earned regional and national acclaim.

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