Episode: E151: “Ballots and Bullets” Pt. 2 - John Clayton


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E151: “Ballots and Bullets” Pt. 2 - John Clayton

When Republican politician John M. Clayton was assassinated in 1889, many suspected that he was killed by the same people who had conspired to keep him from winning the election. However, knowing the identity of an assassin and proving that assassin's guilt would prove to be two drastically different things.

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