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Bryant's husband, Roy Bryant, and another white man, J. Milam, abducted Till later that evening from Money and beat and tortured him at several locations in Leflore and neighboring counties before shooting him and dumping his body in the river in Tallahatchie County, Mississippi.
Bryant and Milam were acquitted by an all-white jury of Till's murder at the Tallahatchie County Courthouse, in Sumner, Mississippi, during a 2007 interview—made public in 2017—Carolyn Bryant disclosed that she had fabricated her testimony In 1963, the county had more than 13,000 blacks of legal voting age, but fewer than 270 were registered because of discrimination and suppression by whites.
The Civil Rights Division filed suit against the county to obtain their release as well, but to no avail.
Passage of national civil rights legislation by Congress in 19 began to change the ground rules.