Blog entries about Frank Morris Case
For four years, Stanley Nelson has investigated the death of Frank Morris, a shoe repairman who died from fatal burns after his shop was torched in 1964. Nelson, whose efforts have led him to identify a suspect in Morris’ killing, was recognized earlier this week as a Pulitzer finalist for local reporting.
Fox News commentator Glenn Beck mentioned the Frank Morris case and the work done by Concordia Sentinel editor Stanley Nelson on his show Monday.
Local Reporter and Cold Case Project Film Crew Interview Leonard Spencer Following Stanley Nelson's Revelations
After a big breakthrough in the Frank Morris case, Concordia Sentinel editor Stanley Nelson appeared on public radio program The Takeaway. Listen to the interview.
Concordia Sentinel veteran reporter Stanley Nelson talks with The Jim Engster Show about the 1964 murder of Frank Morris and other racially-motivated cold-case crimes in Louisiana.
Download the MP3 audio here (the interview begins at 10:51).