The Birmingham Post-Herald, August 7, 1964
5 Bullets in 3 Bodies: Study Shows, Shot From Front
"FBI agents fanned out around Old Jolly farm today, questioning residents for clues to who killed three civil rights workers and buried them in a red dirt dam. The FBI said it believed the three were victims of abduction and murder but steadfastly refused to confirm or deny widespread rumors of imminent arrests. Private pathologists in Jackson identified the bodies of Andrew Goodman, 20, and Michael Schwerner, 24, both white New Yorkers. The third body is apparently their Negro companion, James Chaney, but sufficient scientific background on Chaney has not yet permitted the FBI to confirm the identity officially..."
This article was written after the discovery of the bodies of the three men who went missing while investigating a burnt church in June, 1964. The men found, James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner were all affiliated with the Freedom Summer organization. This was a huge discovery because of the racial motives that were suspected to be behind their murders.