S.C. Man Indicted In Shooting, Dragging Death Of Black Man
A white man in South Carolina has been indicted on charges that he killed his Black co-worker and dragged his body behind his truck.
19-year-old Gregory Collins was indicted Friday for murder, desecrating a body and possessing a weapon during a violent crime.
As previously reported police says Collins killed his Black co-worker 30-year-old Anthony Hill by shooting him once in the head.
They then say Collins attached a nylon rope around his body and dragged him behind his truck 11 miles before the rope snapped.
Police followed a trail of blood and skin to Collins' Newberry home where they prompted him out of his home with tear gas.
The New Black Panther Party has held several rallies calling for the judge to charge Collins with a hate crime.