Some small-town newspapers in the conservative rural South shy away from stirring up ghosts of the past. Not the weekly Concordia Sentinel and editor Stanley Nelson.
Articles by Matthew Barnidge
In a connection from New York City, to New Orleans, the Cosa Nostra mafia organization, that was allied with U.S. Sen. Huey P. Long and later Gov. Earl K. Long, monopolized and capitalized on corruption in Louisiana like never before. This brought in a hoard of gambling and prostitution that invaded every corner of Louisiana.