Rev. James Stern who shared a jail cell with Edgar Ray Killen, the infamous Ku Klux Klan Imperial Wizard and architect of the 1964 “Mississippi Burning” murders of 3 civil rights workers will be LIVE on The Randy Economy Show on AM 870 The Answer, KRLA this Saturday night, July 11, from 8 to 9 p.m., to discuss that experience as well as his latest efforts to persuade United States Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch to prosecute the KKK under the RICO Act.
Rev. Stern, who is now a civil rights leader in the African American community, says his story has never been completely told due to the fact that he was held in a Mississippi prison. For him to speak out at that time would have assured his death and the death of his family. Why? That story includes Killen confessing to 32 cold case murders.
Economy, the host of the wildly popular “Randy Economy Show” is an award winning investigative reporter who is responsible for uncovering some of the biggest political corruption scandals on the West Coast in his reporting.
Rev. Stern and Economy will talk openly about other topics during the show, including the recent murders in South Carolina and the removal of the Confederate Flag at its Capitol.
Both will be available for interviews with members of the media who would like to attend the show.
For more information about covering this event, contact Lowe & Associates Attorney Kris LeFan at 213-290-1091 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Randy Economy can be reached directly on his cell phone at 562-743-0882.
The studio is located at 701 North Brand Boulevard in Glendale. Parking is located at the parking structure adjacent to the building.