Archive | Keith Beauchamp

The Injustice Files; Lynching Topic Featured on upcoming installment

Keith A. BeauchampExecutive Producer/Host Mr. Beauchamp ‘The Injustice Files’ Investigation Discovery I write today to ask your support for my upcoming installment of ‘The Injustice Files: At The End Of A Rope.’ The 2 Hour Special Airs next Tuesday, Feb. 21st. @ 8 P.M. EST – 7 P.M. CST on Investigation Discovery and I hope […]

Keith Beauchamp — Murder He Wrote (Who Killed Emmett Till?)

Keith Beauchamp, Emmett Till filmmaker.Beauchamp’s critical work prompted a new investigation into the Emmet Till murder; his film, “The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till.” (photo by Susan Klopfer)—–I am always surprised when a teacher, anthropologist, history professor, a John Grisham fan (this one always stops me) or some other person who SHOULD know the […]

FBI and Cold Cases; Might as Well Buy a New Freezer, Families Say

Louis Allen, killed in Mississippi So it’s not just me that is unhappy over the Cold Case Initiative and the lack of leadership coming from the FBI. If you will recall, my friends Gwen Dailey and Nina Zachery-Black, relatives of Birdia Keglar and Adlena Hamlett, are pretty disgusted with FBI agents and the bureaucracy surrounding […]

Award-winning filmmaker wants civil rights crimes solved; calls on FBI to re-open Emmett Till cold case and others of civil rights era

Keith Beauchamp speaks to an audience in Philadelphia, Miss., about the 1964 murders of Michael Schwerner, Paul Goodman and James Chaney. Only one man, Edgar Ray “Preacher” Killen, of potentially dozens of suspects, was ever convicted for the crimes. Kelly Peters, reporter for the Daily Orange, writes that when Keith Beauchamp saw the photograph of […]

Filmmaker calls on public, FBI to solve Emmett Till’s murder & other cold cases

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Keith Beauchamp speaks to an audience in Philadelphia, Miss., about the 1964 murders of Michael Schwerner, Paul Goodman and James Chaney. Only one man, Edgar Ray “Preacher” Killen, of potentially dozens of suspects, was ever convicted for the crimes. Kelly Peters, reporter for the Daily Orange, writes that when Keith Beauchamp saw the photograph of […]

‘Negroes up North have no respect for people’ — ‘It’s a shame he [Emmett Till] had to die so[ooo] soon’

Cotton, a cruel King in August’s hot and humid Mississippi Delta. Photographer, Susan Klopfer In observance of the 54th anniversary of the murder of Emmett Till (July 25, 1941 – August 28, 1955), I am blogging my new book, Who Killed Emmett Till? Your comments and feedback are appreciated and I hope for the entire […]