Byron De La Beckwith, the white supremacist convicted of murdering civil rights leader Medgar Evers, will air his uncensored views in a four-part TV series.
“He feels this is one way to get his story out. That’s all he ever wanted - to get his story out,” said program host Richard Barrett, counsel for the white supremacist Nationalist Movement, based in Learned.
“Preservation” debuts March 1 on public access TV in Santa Barbara, Calif., then on to public access stations in 50 other markets, Barrett said.
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