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Roger Malcolm, in an undated photo from the early 1940s, was a black sharecropper who lived near Monroe, Georgia. He, his wife, Dorothy Dorsey Malcom, along with George Dorsey and Mae Murray Dorsey, were attacked and killed by a white mob near Moore’s Ford Bridge on the Walton-Oconee county line on July 25, 1946. Despite state and federal investigations, no one was charged with a crime over the ensuing seven decades. The case was officially closed Monday, January 29, 2018.