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Killed May 12th, 1914, near Shreveport, LA. The sheriff made a call for assistance to the governor, but before the local company of the national guard could be assembled, Hamilton had already been killed. News reports state the mob took more than three hours to break into jail. Nonetheless, no prosecutions resulted.
This incident is discussed in:
The Belleville News Democrat, May 12th, 1914
The Dallas Morning News, May 13th, 1914
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