James Ford Seale was a lead suspect in three murders, including the Dee-Moore murders, and was an active member of the violent Silver Dollar Group. Despite these troublesome facts, Seale decided to run for Sheriff.
Articles about The Silver Dollar Group
A fellow Concordia Parish Klansmen admitted to being in the truck with 'Red' Glover at the time of the car bombing of a Natchez NAACP leader, George Metcalfe. These insights that O. C. "Coonie" Poissot told the FBI could help with the investigation of Wharlest Jackson's car bombing.
The leader of a violent Klu Klux Klan unit, The Silver Dollar Group, was a lead suspect in the car bombing of Wharlest Jackson. Raleigh Jackson ‘Red’ Glover was an employee at the Armstrong Tire & Rubber Plant with Jackson when the murder occurred.
A founder and avid member of the Klu Klux Klan Silver Dollar Group died in the winter of 1988. Earcel Boy Sr. told his son "he was afraid to die because of all the things that he had done wrong in his life."
The sons of a high-ranking Silver Dollar Group Klansman, Earcel Boyd Sr., remember how their father and his friends would often experiment to try and perfect their homemade bombs. The Silver Dollar Group is thought to be responsible for the car bombing of two Natchez NAACP leaders.
Joe "Joe-Ed" Edwards was an African-American employee at the Shamrock who disappeared mysteriously in 1964. One Klansman's son recalls the Klan unit called the Silver Dollar Group forming at the Shamrock and at one point, meeting Joe Edwards.