|Publisher:||Laredo Weekly Times|
|Place of publication:||Laredo, TX|
|Date of publication:||4/12/1908|
By United Press.
Mobile, Ala. April 6. – Walter Clayton a negro was lynched by a mob of sixty men near Bay Minette last night for criminally assaulting Mrs. Jos. White of Rosington, Ala. Clayton confessed to the mob before the lynching. He was serving sentence for the murder of John McKenzie in 1906 and was trusty at the Convict camp.
“Party Of Sixty Lynchers; Swing Up A Negro Trusty Convict For Criminal Assault.” Laredo Weekly Times (Laredo, TX), April 12, 1908.