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We will extend the menu, not only will we offer (USDA Prime) steaks, chateaubriands, roasts, lobsters, and crab but we will also offer ribs, fish, hot links, pork chops, steak burgers, turkey and hams.





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You will taste the finest coffees and teas from all over the globe from Panache Report's  own personal roaster (shop pictured above).


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This prize package will include a 3-day (2 night) stay at a 4-star hotel and casino.



The majority of the Las Vegas flights will be on United Airlines (accompanied by an exclusive United Airlines Club Pass-pictured above) giving you access to the VIP lounge, which includes free snacks and beverages; patronized by celebrities.


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Kanye West has taken to Twitter to plead with radio stations to play tracks from Frank Ocean’s long-awaited second album "Blonde." Ocean released "Blonde," without warning last week and the album has received praise from fans and critics for its complexities and innovative songwriting.


Pharrell Williams is set to be feted by music mogul Clive Davis for his success as a songwriter. Williams has been named this year's (16) recipient of the "Legend in Songwriting," award.


Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel's on-set spat is just a ruse for an upcoming wrestling showdown, according to reports.


Fans of Prince will be able to wander around his Paisley Park compound this autumn when the late music icon's home is opened to the public in October. Graceland executives will handle the Paisley Park tours. As it stands, team Elvis would get 50% of revenue generated by Paisley Park tours.





[With a storied hip-hop career ultimately starting with Death Row Records, Snoop Dogg recently talked about his exit from music mogul Suge Knight’s former label during an MTV2 “CRWN” appearance.]

When you have a leader and he’s leading you in the wrong direction, it’s your job to wake up and take the lead.

You can’t go down that dark alley when you see it’s a dark alley. That’s why Dr. Dre left. That’s why things started to fall the way they fell because it was a dark alley and he led us.

[Suge Knight was] hypocritical and I don’t mean to talk about him because I love Suge Knight to death to this day for what he did for me and the opportunity that he gave me. But there is such a thing as hypocritical. You can’t talk about and then become.

The same way he talked about all of them people being in videos and all of that, six months later he was in videos doing the same exact thing.

He was on the front of magazines. On the front would be me and 2Pac. “What are you doing? Why are you up here? It’s not enough room for all three of us. But, you know, it’s hypocritical.

Just to share this with you and y’all, when he was locked up, it was a pivotal moment where I wanted to go see him and I couldn’t see him because they shut the visiting down. But I was able to get on the phone with him and I was like, “Cuz, why don’t you let me shake Biggie and Puffy’s hand on TV and end this so we can figure out a way to move forward?”

The word I get was, and it wasn’t from him, but the word that got back to me was, “F*ck them b*tch a** n*ggas.” That’s the word I got back so it made me feel f*cked up because it’s like, you see me trying to reach out and show love and this is the message that you send?

Then slowly but surely, they turned on me because they seen I wasn’t with the business, I wasn’t with the bullsh*t. I was with the realness. I had my son, I was about to have another baby, it was like, I was going through sh*t and I’m trying to live.





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by: Bellamami


In 1996, a Robeson County Jury convicted Daniel Green of the murder of Michael Jordan's father, James Jordan.


The defense's case was supported by five alibi witnesses with no criminal records and no incentive to lie for Green (two of the witnesses had known Green for less than a month), three officers who worked for the state – One who was threatened with and did lose his job for testifying on Green's behalf.


Other witnesses and physical evidence proved that Green was not present during the murder of James Jordan. Members of the jury told Jet Magazine that they chose to spare Green's life because some members of the jury "did not believe that Green killed Jordan."


These circumstances proved that Green's conviction was what is known in legal circles as a "compromised verdict." This is when evidence does not exist to convict a defendant but they jury has been convinced by other means (such as public pressure or the belief that the defendant should go to prison) to keep the defendant off the streets.

Contrary to popular belief and the prosecutions assertion, the murder of James Jordan has not been truthfully solved.

On August 5th, 1993 a stripped Lexus registered to Michael Jordan was found by a state trooper in the outskirts of Fayetteville, N.C.

When the officer contacted the security firm representing the Jordan family he was allegedly told "…find the body and keep it quiet." The next day, a body was found in McColl, S.C. and subsequently cremated, and was later identified as being the remains of James Jordan.

There was no way this shocking misfortune could be kept quiet.

When un-cashed checks were found in the office of a murdered bail bondsman earlier, the media tried to hold Jordan responsible, portraying him as a man so domineering and competitive that it was not beyond the realm of possibility that he could be involved to avoid paying a debt that was peanuts to him.


On the night of August the 14th, authorities from the Robeson CountySheriff's Department, the N.C. State Bureau of Investigation and the F.B.I. surrounded the residence of Daniel Andre' Green, and 18 year old African – American teenager who had been recently paroled from N.C.'s Department of Corrections after serving a few months shy of the maximum of a six year sentence for assault with a deadly weapon with the intent to kill.


According to phone taps, Green called Larry Demery (who was allegedly present when James Jordan died) and told him that his home was surrounded by men with guns and urged his friend to come over to provide "…some back". Demery, on the other line with his fiancée Angela, thought that Green was playing a practical joke onhim and clicked back over to continue an argument with the woman whowas carrying his child, a child that Demery had asked Green to be Godfather to.


Daniel told the investigators that he had just spent two and a half years in prison for a crime he was not guilty of because he cooperated with the police.


(This is the conviction that was overturned by attorneys from the N.C. Death Penalty Resource Centerand law students). He has no reason to trust the police and he didnot intend on helping them send the friend he loved like a brother to
death row.

In a final play to gain Green's cooperation, he was told that "Mr. Jordan (allegedly) has a penchant for young boys and girls" and had "probably tried to force Demery into having sex with him." An investigator would repeat the former allegations to a newspaper years later. To support this allegation Green was told that James Jordan had several children out of wedlock from young girls and even accused Jordan of sexually molesting his own daughter, Deloris Jordan, several of her friends and employees of the Jordan family.

When Green expressed his disbelief about these accusations and questioned why these things were never in the news, detectives toldhim that money could buy silence. The investigators then suggested to Green that Demery killed Jordan in self-defense after Jordan came onto him. Green agreed that it was "possible but not probable." When Green still refused to co-sign the investigators attempt to close the case without regard to the truth he was taken to a magistrate and charged with the murder of James Jordan.

When Black students integrated Union Elementary School Demery was the first to befriend Green. In 3rd grade, Demery game a speech at a Black History Month program in which he voiced his support for the Black students and proudly proclaimed Daniel as being his best friend. Shortly afterward, the two boys became like blood brothers. They entered science fairs, break dancing contests and book reading competitions together. They stayed at one another's homes and even fought together – mostly when Demery would help his Black friend in an overtly racist environment.

The officers told Demery that Green had fingered him in the murder of Jordan and that the only way to save his own life would be for him to place the blame on Green.

Fatigued, scared and feeling that his best friend had betrayed him,Demery wrote a statement that portrayed himself as an unwilling participant that was merely present when Green surprised him by killing Jordan in his sleep. By the time Demery found out that the investigators had tricked him into lying on his best friend, it was too late to tell the truth without placing himself on death row.






by: Jason Byrne


It seemed like a lifetime ago since Julius Perry — better known as “July” (above) to pretty much everyone in western Orange County — first arrived in Ocoee. Thirty years prior the teenager hopped off the mule-drawn wagon after the multi-day trip from Travelers Rest, South Carolina. He was overflowing with enthusiasm about the opportunities post-Reconstruction era Florida would bring.


He and his traveling companions, Mose Norman and Valentine Hightower, walked through the small but bustling downtown of the 1880s village and set their eyes on the pine tree-lined Starke Lake for the first time. They had little but their dreams and a strong work ethic.


The next three decades went well for the Palmetto State transplants. Very well in fact. With a thriving black middle class beginning to emerge in Ocoee, these three friends were perhaps its most prosperous sons. By then each were owners of multiple large tracts of farmland on the north side of town and had attained a wealth and status coveted even by local whites.


To be sure, despite the relative tranquility and economic cooperation, there was still a prevalent undercurrent of racism in Southern society. In the cities and towns across Florida, distinct geographic lines had been drawn between the black and white communities. Having business dealings with the “inferior race” was one thing, but having social and religious cross-over was still many decades away.


July Perry had become the well-respected godfather of the black community. He served as a deacon in the church and the local labor leader or “straw boss.” It was said that anyone seeking to employ black laborers needed to speak with him first. He was an admired, brave, and rational thinker. A sort of civil rights leader before there was a civil rights movement, he encouraged young blacks to be educated and stand up for themselves as first-class citizens.


Perry’s wife (Estelle), his three sons and daughter (Coretha Perry Caldwell) lived on a large estate that included their home and several barns and outbuildings. They regularly opened their doors to anyone in need. If anyone was in trouble, they knew they could find advice and sanctuary in the Perry home.


Meanwhile, 59-year-old Mose Norman and wife Elisa liked to live a little more lavishly, enjoying the fruits of the years of hard work farming the 100-acre family orange grove. He drove around the brick-paved streets of downtown proudly sporting a fancy six-cylinder Columbia convertible with white sidewall tires, silver spokes, and elegant “storm curtains” instead of side windows.


Mose was definitely a well-known and prosperous man about town! It was said that he was once offered $10,000 for his groves — a huge sum for the time — but refused to take it.


Unlike his two friends, Valentine Hightower had a much more low-key personality. He knew well the dangers “negroes” opened up for themselves when they got too “uppity” in the still very white supremacist society of the time. He and his wife Jane lived a modest lifestyle and raised their kids to mainly keep to themselves. They answered politely when spoken to and prefered not to draw too much attention to themselves.


‘’My father was kind of humble,’’ Hightower’s son Armstrong recalled many decades later, ‘’He didn’t take no chances on nothing.’’


As the summer of 1920 rolled around, July was still feeling that same kind of optimism about the future that he had when he first arrived. And for good reason! Business was booming, his orange and cucumber harvests were bigger than ever, and the upcoming November election had everyone in the black community hopeful.


For the first time in the 1920 elections women would also have the right to vote — including black women.


The KKK held rallies in the streets of cities like Orlando, Daytona, Miami, and Jacksonville. In complete white hoods and regalia they marched in attempts to show strength and scare off any blacks who would dare cast a ballot. Reports say the Orlando rally was at least 500 strong.


On November 1st, the day before the election, with robes and crosses, the Klan paraded through the streets of the two black communities in Ocoee late into the night. With megaphones they warned that “not a single Negro will be permitted to vote” and if any of them dared to do so there would be dire consequences.


Election Day came and at least some blacks did attempt to vote in Orange County; however, none were permitted to enter their respective polling places. White enforcers camped out around the centers and poll workers were given instructions to deflect their attempts.


One-by-one would-be black voters were turned away either by threats of violence or by poll workers who found their names “mysteriously” absent from the voter registration rolls. Pollsters instructed them to get documentation from notary public R. C. Biegelow to verify that they were indeed registered to vote. Conveniently, however, Biegelow was unable to be located because he was out on a fishing trip that day.


With little other option, most returned to their homes without casting their ballots. Mose Norman would not be so easily deterred. After being turned away that morning in his Ocoee precinct, he rode to Orlando to seek the council of Judge Cheney. The attorney instructed him to write down the names of any African-Americans who were not permitted to vote and also the names of the poll workers who had denied their Constitutional right. Cheney filed a lawsuit against the County.


Norman returned to Ocoee with these instructions, along with a handful of black citizens again seeking to vote; as you can imagine, things did not go well. After again being forcibly turned away, he demanded the poll workers names and exclaimed: “We will vote, by God!” At that time Norman was revealed to have a loaded shotgun (either on his person or in his car) and an altercation ensued. Overpowered and beaten by the butt of his own gun, he escaped with the scene with help from friends (possibly Reverend Edward Franks).


As Norman fled, the now inflamed group of whites — largely Klansmen — convened about what to do about the situation. They determined that they had to bring Mose Norman to justice and set an example for any other blacks who dared threaten their white Democratic monopoly on local authority.


Outraged yet fearful, Norman visited the home of his good friend July Perry on Apopka-Ocoee Road. The battered farmer showed Perry a note he had from Cheney about their legal rights and recounted what happened that day. There was a tense urgency as the two sensed something terrible was about to go down.


By that time it was early afternoon, the increasingly angry white mob headed toward the home of Mose Norman but were tipped off that he was hiding out at the home of July Perry. The “justice seekers” surrounded Perry’s home, from which Norman had long since left.



The group’s leader, a military veteran and former police chief of Orlando named Sam Salisbury (pictured above), knocked on the door of the wood-framed home. Perry knew they were cornered and reluctantly answered the door. The officer insisted the Perry come with him to which the 51-year-old replied “Yes suh, boss, let me get my coat.” At that moment Salisbury grabbed Perry by the arm and put him in a headlock, thinking he might run. Perry’s daughter Coretha responded by putting a rifle in the officer’s belly. Salisbury instinctively brushed the weapon aside when it fired, shooting the officer in the right arm; he retreated out of the door and rolled on the ground to escape.


With only Perry’s family inside, a hail of gunfire erupted in both directions. Two of Salisbury’s men, Elmer McDaniels and Leo Borgard, were killed when they tried to storm the house by kicking in the backdoor. Coretha was also shot in the arm, possibly by a stray bullet from her father’s gun. Though the wound was not life threatening, she had a scar for the rest of her life.


The story goes that the family so valiantly defended their home that some were convinced there was a large group inside. The mob retreated temporarily to get reinforcements and additional manpower from Klan members in surrounding cities.


The Perry family used the two or three hour respite to escape the house. July had been seriously wounded during the incident and fled, with the help of his wife, into a nearby sugar cane patch. Coretha remained in the house to tend her injuries alone, while his two young sons hid in the barn.


Around 50 cars full of Klan members flooded into Ocoee from towns such as Winter Garden, Orlando, and Sanford. The growing ad hoc militia was more largely populated by outsiders than Ocoee townspeople themselves. Finding only 22-year-old Coretha in the house, a manhunt ensued and Perry was soon arrested.


After being taken to Orlando General Hospital on Kuhl Avenue for treatment of the gunshot wound to his arm, Perry was released into sheriff custody and taken to the jail in Orlando that night, probably near the old courthouse at Central and Magnolia.


A lynch mob descended upon the jail just before dawn to which Sheriff Frank Gordon handed over the keys to Perry’s cell. They wasted no time in seizing and beating him. They dragged him through the streets behind a car before arriving at the entrance to Orlando Country Club near Lake Concord, where Judge Cheney’s home stood.



The crowd strung up the by now near-dead victim to a telephone pole along the highway. His hanging body was riddled with bullets, which may have been the actual cause of death. This gruesome scene was left there as a warning both to Cheney and area blacks, with an accompanying note saying “This is what we do to n*ggers who try to vote.”


Some time later he was cut down out of respect by black undertaker Edward Stone — against the wishes of the KKK, who threatened Stone afterwards — and brought to Greenwood Cemetery, south of Orlando, where his body was buried in the black section of the graveyard. He remained in an unmarked grave until November 2002 when a movement led to locating his gravesite and adding a headstone to memorialize him.


Their vengeful lust not yet satisfied, the crowd moved on to the Methodist Quarters without a shred of mercy. As mob mentality built, they trounced from one house to another getting increasingly emboldened and vicious as they went.


They fired guns and torched homes, creating panic for the dozens of fleeing families. While some tried to fight back, out-manned and out-gunned, it was largely in vain. Throughout the day and into the early morning hours of November 4th (as late as 4:45 AM), the vile gang terrorized the northern community.


While some had already escaped into the surrounding countryside, others hunkered down in their homes and barns hoping to avoid the onslaught. Some even hid out in the crawl space under their homes.


As the structures were set ablaze, entire families including pregnant women and children had to decide whether they would rather burn to death or be shot. Any of them that attempted to flee the flames were dropped by bullets from the hordes surrounding them.


A 93-year-old former KKK member and Seminole County cattleman confessed, with a bit of anguish, to a scene he witnessed where eight people were in a house that was firebombed that 1920 Election Day. They ran out the back of the home to try to escape the flames, but were snagged in chicken wire and burned alive.



All of the Methodist Quarter’s 25 homes, the masonic lodge, school, and the Ocoee African Methodist Episcopal Church were set ablaze. The eery glow of memories and properties fading to ashes lit up the night sky, screams and gunshots rang out, and the smell of smoke and death poisoned the air.


Such was the backdrop for the hundreds of blacks as they escaped northward toward Apopka or east toward Crown Point. They survived by hiding out in the swamps and groves surrounding Ocoee to avoid certain death, almost all would never again return to their hometown. And those refugees were the lucky ones. Estimates vary wildly but upwards of 56 of them lost their lives that night.


Decades later the childhood victims still recalled the horrors of that gruesome Election Day. Armstrong Hightower, the then 13-year-old son of Valentine Hightower, remembered sleeping high in the limbs of an orange tree. Shortly before his death in 2001, he recollected that he wasn’t sure if he was more afraid of being discovered by the KKK or wildcats that roamed the nighttime wilderness of rural Central Florida. His family ended up relocating to Plymouth, just south of Mount Dora.


Coretha Perry Caldwell, who escaped with her mom and brothers to Tampa, was asked years later if she had ever been back to Ocoee. She replied, ‘’No, God, I don’t ever want to see it — not even on a map.’’


Mose Norman never returned to Florida. After visiting with friends in Apopka and Stuckey on November 3–4, 1920, he left town for New York City (presumably with his wife) where he lived out the rest of his life until his death in 1949.

For nearly a week after the incident, KKK troops set up an embargo around the town. No one was permitted to enter or leave without their permission. Specifically they sought to keep the now homeless blacks from entering Orlando to the east and Winter Garden to the west.

The third of Ocoee’s black population who owned their own land were never able to return to their properties. Those who were offered any compensation at all were forced to sell their land for pennies on the dollar. Hightower, for example, was paid only $10 for a 37-acre tract of pine land on Clarcona-Ocoee Road that the family intended to use for manufacturing turpentine.


Within weeks of the incident, only two blacks remained in town. And by the 1930 census there were none. In fact, not a single African-American dared live in Ocoee for sixty years until 1981. The city didn’t hire its first black worker until 1986. And for 18 years following the 1920 massacre, not a single black vote was cast in all of Orange County.


Until at least 1959 there was a sign posted at the town line that said: “Dogs and Negroes Not Welcome.” And even up into the 1990s there was a common bit of wisdom passed down among black families not to be caught in Ocoee after sundown.


The Ocoee of today is a modern integrated city with around 40,000 people (15% African-American), but the ghosts of the past cast a long shadow. The descendants of long time residents shy away from discussing the shameful history and prefer to pretend the horrific events of 90 years ago never happened at all.







Suspicion continues to grow concerning the circumstances that led to the disappearance and (lynching) death of Alfred Wright:

The 28-year-old African-American physical therapist from Jasper, Texas, went missing on Nov. 7, 2013, while traveling to treat a patient. The night of his disappearance, the father of three called his wife to inform her that his truck broke down outside a Hemphill grocery store and he needed to be picked up. However, when his parents arrived at the grocery store to assist their son, they found his truck abandoned and Wright missing.

As we reported earlier, the Sabine County Sheriff's’s Office initially conducted a search for Wright. But it wasn’t until weeks after the local authorities' search was called off that Wright's family members located his body in a wooded area, approximately 25 yards from where he disappeared. Local authorities have faced increased backlash regarding their response to the case, with Wright's family and people across the nation raising concerns about racism and a possible cover-up by police. The Sabine County District Attorney's Office has since passed the case to the Texas Rangers -- who have called the case "questionable." The Rangers then requested the help of the FBI in the investigation, with Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee's, D-Texas, announcing on Feb. 3 that U.S. Department of Justice would open an investigation into Wright's death.

To give you the latest details on the case since news that the DOJ would be keeping close watch over the Rangers' investigation, we've gathered 10 important updates in Alfred Wright's mysterious death.

1. Law-Enforcement Officials Didn't Interview Wright's Family Or Search His Truck:

According to Cade Bernsen -- the Wright family's previous attorney -- local law-enforcement officials haven't searched the truck Wright was driving the night he went missing; the search-party members that located Wright's body haven't been interviewed; and the last people to talk to Wright have also not given formal statements to authorities. Wright's family members and friends are also upset that they have haven’t been interviewed by authorities regarding the case.

2. The Wright Family Is Again Using A Private Investigator To Help Review The Case:

The Wright family's attorneys from the Beaumont-based Bernsen Law Firm recently withdrew from their role as the family's representatives, reports Beaumont Enterprise. The family is now using a private investigator to assist with the case. According to Chuck Foreman -- co-owner of CFSI International -- his firm is now reviewing any new information on the case that comes in.

2. A $30,000 Reward Was Offered For Information On Wright's Disappearance:

Wright's family recently announced a $30,000 reward for information leading to charges and a conviction in his death. The reward was only good through Feb. 19 at noon. But Foreman said that future reward amounts could increase if the amount of donations rises.

3. The Extent Of The Mutilation To Wright's Body Was Revealed:

The independent second autopsy, performed by Houston forensic pathologist Dr. Lee Ann Grossberg, found that Wright had his eyes gouged out, tongue cut out, throat slashed, several teeth knocked out, an ear cut off. According to Dr. Grossberg, she determined that her examination showed a "high likelihood of homicidal violence."

4. The Original Autopsy Photos Still Haven't Been Turned Over To The Second Medical Examiner:

The initial autopsy that Sabine County authorities ordered ruled out homicide, citing an accidental drug overdose as the cause of death, finding none of the severe trauma revealed by the second autopsy performed by Dr. Grossberg. According to CNN, the sheriff and Texas Rangers are still refusing to hand over the original autopsy pictures, claiming that waiting on the outcome of the investigation. Dr. Grossberg says she is unable to make any definitive conclusion until she is able to review the original photos.


5. Questions Continue To Surround Sabine County Sheriff Tom Maddox's Role In The Case:

According to Wright's family, Maddox told them his office had "exhausted its resources and funds" and ruled Wright's disappearance "likely drug-related." They added that he said that "no foul play" was involved in Wright's disappearance and the investigation was over and the search was being called off after just four days.

The family has also expressed suspicion over the fact that the location where Wright's body was found had supposedly been searched by deputies during the four days they looked for his body. This led them to speculate that the body had been placed there in the days after the initial search of the ranch.

6. Wright's Connection To Sheriff Tom Maddox's Daughter Is Also Under Scrutiny:

As part of his job as an independent physical therapist with East Texas Healthcare, Wright traveled through an area known to Sabine County locals as "Six Miles." The region is also the covered by Sheriff Maddox and his deputies.

The sheriff's daughter, Cindy Maddox, also works in that area at a clinic where she schedules physical therapists. Though sources have to told CNN that Wright and Cindy were acquaintances, she had denied on her Facebook page having a relationship with or even knowing Wright or his family.

7. Wright's Wife Unexplained Hotel Charges On His Account:

A little over a month before he went missing, Wright checked into the Jasper Holiday Inn Express. The hotel is close to his home and across the street from his old job at the Rayburn Clinic. His wife, Lauren Wright, discovered a total of three unexplained hotel charges after her husband died.

Wright says she was out of town with their children each time he made the hotel purchases. And CNN has confirmed that hotel surveillance shows Wright checking into the Holiday Inn alone one Friday evening still wearing his royal blue work scrubs. A source that viewed the footage was unable to say if anyone joined Wright or happened to enter or leave at the same time he did.

8. A Mysterious Dime Was Discovered Close To Wright's Bod:.

When Wright's body was found, a single silver dime was also present on the edge of trail.

"One thing that really stood out when we first found the body, we couldn't explain a dime. Why is there a silver dime lying on top of the ground? We couldn't figure that one out," says Ray Lewis, the Wright family's pastor and one of the first to arrive at the scene of the body. The presence of the coin raised suspicions among his family and friends, leading many to wonder where it came from and if it is possibly a clue to his disappearance and death.

9. A Sheriff’s Deputy Says He Saw Wright The Night He Disappeared. According to the Wright family, Sheriff's Deputy David West said he was at the liquor store buying a six-pack of beer the night Wright went missing. He said he saw Wright outside using his cell phone between 6:05 p.m. and 6:08 p.m. That was just a few minutes before he disappeared. He made the final call to his wife at 6:05 p.m.

Rosalind Wright -- Alfred Wright's mother -- says she doesn't understand why the deputy didn't enquire if he needed help or assistance. "That seemed strange to me for the fact that if you see a young black man standing by himself and he's outside. You are law enforcement. Why you never approached him and said, 'Son is there anything I can do? Is there anything going on?'" she said.

10. He Was Last Seen By A Clerk At A Grocery Store:

Wright pulled into the CL&M grocery store -- located along State Highway 87 in Hemphill. The store clerk was the last person known to see Wright alive.







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