Episode 8: Can't Rock This Boat

7/29/2014, 1:27:39 PM , duration(0:0:1)
Explicit or Mature Content History News & Politics True Crime
<p>In March 1964, a 35-year-old African American woman named Johnnie Mae<br><br> Chappell was walking along the side of the road in Jacksonville,<br><br> Florida. Four white men were driving around listening to the local race<br><br> riots on the radio. They had a gun on the dashboard. As they passed<br><br> Chappell, one of the men leaned out the car window and shot her to<br><br> death. As the police investigated, evidence began to<br><br> mysteriously disappear, making it impossible to punish the men who<br><br> admitted to committing the crime.</p> <img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/CriminalShow/~4/s2QXDCKuq0c" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>