FILE In this 1950's photograph provided by William Brown through The Concordia Sentinel shows Frank Morris, fourth from right wearing a visor, and his employees standing before his shoe repair shop in... more 
FILE In this 1950's photograph provided by William Brown through The Concordia Sentinel shows Frank Morris, fourth from right wearing a visor, and his employees standing before his shoe repair shop in Ferriday, La. Morris was burned to death in his shoe shop in a 1964 attack believed to have been carried out by the Ku Klux Klan. Earlier this year a grand jury had been convened in the case of Frank Morris. FBI officials and Concordia Parish District Attorney Brad Burget said that the law would not allow them to confirm or deny that a grand jury is meeting. However, the Justice Department is leading an ongoing investigation into Morris’ death with help from Burget’s office, Burget said. (AP Photo/William Brown Archives via the Concordia Sentinel) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By William Brown Archives via the Concordia Sentinel
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