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According to the article, Sheriff Jones of Bay City, Mississippi, prevented Moses Johnson from being lynched. One report (from the Fort Worth Star Telegram), indicates citizens of the town assisted the sheriff.
This incident is discussed in several sources:
The Jackson Citizen Patriot, July 9th, 1914
The Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, July 9th, 1914
The San Jose Mercury Herald, July 9th, 1914
The Grand Rapids Press, July 9th, 1914
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, July 9th, 1914
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