|Place of publication:||Foley, AL|
|Date of publication:||7/5/1923|
BAY MINETTE, July 4. – Four white men, George Fuller, Fulner Stewart, Ernest McMillan and Morton Taylor, are held unde $1,000 bonds each after a preliminary hearing here in connection with the death of Duffie Walker, a negro, who was called to his door last Tuesday night, led a short distance from his home, badly beaten and shot, dying a short time afterward.
According to news reaching here the attack upon the negro is believed to have been caused by information given authorities by him regarding moonshine activities in Baldwin county, resulting in the destruction of a still. The negro is said to have named some of his assailants before he died.
“Four Being Held For Death Negro Near Bay Minette; Said To Have Given Information Regard Moonshine Activities in Baldwin.” The Onlooker (Foley, AL), July 5, 1923.