Mississippi police have a 22-year-old Black man in custody for the death of a prominent white supremacist that was found stabbed, beaten and set on fire.
Vincent McGee of Rankin County, Mississippi is in police custody for the death of lawyer Richard Barrett.
Police say McGee who previously did yard work for the well known supremacist and lived nearby, murdered him but a motive is still unknown.
Barrett, a Vietnam War veteran, traveled the country sharing his anti-Black and anti-immigration ideas and cofounded the Nationalist Movement, a white supremacist organization.
The war vet was also responsible for organizing a protest of Martin Luther King day in Jena, Louisiana where the infamous Jena 6 case took place.
Vincent McGee is facing charges of murder and arson.
Additional charges are expected to be filed against him.