Lyons receives death threat, hate mail

September 1997
New York Amsterdam News;09/04/97, Vol. 88 Issue 36, p2
Focuses on report confirmations that Reverend Henry Lyons, president of the National Baptist Convention USA Incorporated, received death threats and hate mail. Charges brought against Dale Lynn Hutchins for solicitation to commit murder; Circumstances leading to the arrest of Hutchins; Allegations brought against Hutchins.


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