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J. Loy Harrison, a farmer and landowner in rural north Georgia, looks out of his car near where four black sharecroppers were pulled from his vehicle on July 25, 1946. Harrison is the only eyewitness to ever talk to authorities about what happened that day. While Harrison was considered a suspect, he denied any involvement in the killings of Roger Malcolm, his wife Dorothy Dorsey Malcom, George Dorsey and Mae Murray Dorsey.