Sneaky Cop Haters in late 1970s St. Louis

During this period of time, which is of no more significance than any other 5-year period, some rather important-feeling officers of the law became the fortunate victims of the timeless urge to “pull the chair from beneath your bully.” March 1976: The RIT wire basket factory in Rock Hill caught fire because someone wanted it
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George Caleb Bingham and The Verdict of the People

Trigger warning: This article contains details of lynchings and other graphic violence necessary in maintaining slavering. This article is written in response to the petition attempting to halt the St. Louis Art Museum from loaning The Verdict of the People to Donald Trump’s inaugural luncheon. The petition reads, “George Caleb Bingham’s 1855 painting ‘Verdict of
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