Was Bill Sparkman’s death a lynching? Census Worker Bill Sparkman was killed, found hanged in Daniel Boone National Forest. Sparkman’s hanging however leaves many questions unanswered Thursday.
As broke late Wednesday on LALATE, FBI confirm that on September 12 Sparkman was found dead hanging with the word “fed” written on his body. But late tonight, additional reports indicated Sparkman was found hanging in fact from a tree.
FBI is confirming that Bill Sparkman, 51, a part time field worker for the Census and teacher was found near a Kentucky cemetery in a section of Daniel Boone National Forest.
Office of Personnel Management Director John Berry issued the following statement Wednesday:
“I am shocked and saddened by the death of Census worker Bill Sparkman. On behalf of the federal family, we give his loved ones our deepest condolences. While the full police report is not yet in, the initial reports are very disturbing and we will be following developments closely.”
FBI are investigating if the death of Sparkman is driven by anti government resentment. But there are not indicating what type of instrument was used to write “fed” on his body, and how it was written. Sparkman was doing door to door interviews in Clay County.
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