Connie Lynch

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Charles Conley "Connie" Lynch also Conrad Lynch (November 15, 1912 - September 1972) was a state organizer of the National States' Rights Party. He was a minister in the Church of Jesus Christ–Christian and held membership in the United Florida Ku Klux Klan, The Minutemen, and Christian Defense League.

Lynch was born in Clarksville, Texas in 1912 and drifted to southern California where he worked as a lemon picker and plasterer. During World War II he served in the United States Army for two years.

He was arrested along with two others for inciting to riot in Baltimore on July 29, 1966.[1] After being convicted he served a thirteen month sentence in the Maryland State Penitentiary and was released in November 1969.

Notes

  1. St. Petersburg Times, "States Righters Charged With Riots In Baltimore", July 30, 1966, page 3
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