Two whites jailed, ordered to pay $30,000 for vandalizing black churches in Alabama

January 1996
Jet;1/29/96, Vol. 89 Issue 11, p46
Reports that two White men, Michael Soliday and Albert Winston Short Jr., have been sentenced to serve six months in jail and pay restitution for an estimated $30,000 in damages after they vandalized three Black churches in Alabama's rural Sumter County, near Birmingham.


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