When a black woman told West Virginia authorities in 2007 that seven white people had raped and tortured her over several days in a racially motivated attack, minority rights groups rallied to her support. More than two years later, Williams, now 22 and living in Columbus, recanted her story on Wednesday, and the groups that supported her stood at arm's length from the woman whose mother had described her as "slow." Still, the suspects all confessed to their actions and pleaded guilty. All but one were sent to prison.
Matt Leingang and Tom Breen
, October 22, 2009
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