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Crime History: Maryland civil rights activist gunned down during one-man march

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On this day, April 23, in 1963, a postal worker from Baltimore and former U.S. Marine was shot and killed in Alabama during a one-man march to deliver a letter to the Mississippi governor urging the end of racial segregation. William Lewis Moore, who was white, wore a sandwich board saying "Turn toward Peace." About 80 miles into his trip, he was shot twice in the head with a .22-caliber...

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