Dan Lasater's chief assistant, Patsy Thomasson, the person who even handled all of Lasater's affairs while he was in prison, actually made her way into the Clinton White House. Some knew too much because they had been involved in the shady dealings in Arkansas; others because they had helped cover up those dealings. Most could have avoided being killed simply by avoiding the Clintons. But the boys were different.
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Five people were killed, and three were wounded. While there was one major suspect, he was never convicted of these crimes. The attacks served partially as the basis for a motion picture, The Town that Dreaded Sundown. They were forced out of the car by an armed man, his face hidden by a burlap sack with two slits for eyes.
Its cacique came forth to receive us on a litter with great festivity and many people, because he has many subject towns. The next day in the morning all the Indians fled. We captured the cacique, so that he would give us Indians to carry our burdens, but he detained us several days before he gave them to us. We found in this province plums like those from here in Castille, and a great quantity of wild vines, on which there were very good grapes. We departed from here toward the west and southwest, and went through towns of this cacique for five or six days, until we arrived at another province that is called Italisi.
Early life[ edit ] Jones was born in Lonoke, Arkansas. She was the daughter of a minister in the Church of the Nazarene and raised within that congregation. Clinton[ edit ] Background[ edit ] According to Jones's account, on May 8, , she was escorted to Clinton's then Governor of Arkansas room in the Excelsior    Hotel now the Little Rock Marriott by state troopers in Little Rock, Arkansas , where he propositioned and exposed himself to her. She claimed she kept quiet about the incident until , when a David Brock story in The American Spectator magazine printed an account.