Citations with the tag: JOHNSON, Billy Ray
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- THE BEATING OF BILLY RAY JOHNSON.
Colloff, Pamela // Texas Monthly; Feb2007, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p116
The article discusses the case of Billy Ray Johnson, a black man who was beaten in Linden, Texas in 2003. Billy Ray, who is mentally disabled, had been taken to a party, ridiculed, called racial slurs, knocked unconscious, and then dumped by the side of the road. And yet, after Corey, Was, Colt,...
- Four Whites Arrested In Texas In Connection With Beating Of Mentally Disabled Black Man.
Colloff, Pamela // Jet; 10/27/2003, Vol. 104 Issue 18, p14
Reports on the arrest of four people in connection with the brutal beating of a mentally disabled Afro-American Billy Ray Johnson. Injuries suffered by Johnson; Information on the men who were charged with aggravated assault; Speculation on the motivation for the attack.
- TEXAS MAN AWARDED $9 MILLION IN BEATING CASE.
Colloff, Pamela // Jet; 5/14/2007, Vol. 111 Issue 19, p40
An image is presented of Billy Ray Johnson, a Black man who was beaten. Johnson is shown in his hospital bed recovering, after being found in a roadside ditch in Linden, Texas. He has been awarded a multimillion dollar settlement by an East Texas jury after suffering severe brain damage when he...
- Roar of the Crowd.
Hughes, Stephen; Vanlandingham, John; Early, Billye; Frederick, J.; Gibbs, Tom; Read, Esther Bonilla; Pandya, Sunil; Jáuregui, José González; Thomas, Steve // Texas Monthly; Apr2007, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p24
Letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "The Beating of Billy Ray Johnson," "Check Mates," and "Bedside Manners," all published in the February 2007 issue.
- Civil Suit Brought Against Texans In Brutal Beating Of Mentally Disabled Black Man.
Hughes, Stephen; Vanlandingham, John; Early, Billye; Frederick, J.; Gibbs, Tom; Read, Esther Bonilla; Pandya, Sunil; Jáuregui, José González; Thomas, Steve // Jet; 10/10/2005, Vol. 108 Issue 15, p14
Reports that a civil liberties group filed a lawsuit on behalf of a developmentally disabled Black man, Billy Ray Johnson, who suffered permanent brain damage after he reportedly was beaten by four Whites. Report that Christopher Amox, John Wesley Owens, Dallas Stone and James Cory Hicks have...