Continuing Coverage | Jena Six
NEW ORLEANS -- The judge in the battery trial of one of the "Jena Six" defendants said the records will remain closed, pending an appeal.
'Jena 6' Victim Sues School And Suspects (Post, December 5, 2007, Page A06)
'Jena Six' Teenager Pleads Guilty: 18-Month Sentence Given for Beating (Post, December 4, 2007, Page A08)
U.S. Attorney Calls Noose Display 'Hate Crime,' Explains Lack of Charges (Post, October 17, 2007, Page A07)
Neo-Nazi Web Site Probed In Jena Case (Post, September 22, 2007, Page A08)
Thousands Protest Blacks' Treatment: Six Students Who Were Prosecuted in Louisiana Town Garner Nationwide Support (Post, September 21, 2007, Page A01)
Protesters to Converge on Louisiana Town: Black Teens' Case Resonates Nationally (Post, September 20, 2007, Page A01)
Louisiana Appeals Court Throws Out Conviction in Racially Charged 'Jena 6' Case (Post, September 15, 2007, Page A06)
La. Town Fells 'White Tree,' but Tension Runs Deep: Black Teens' Case Intensifies Racial Issues (Post, August 4, 2007, Page A03)
Trip Ignites A Spark of '60s Activism: Support for 'Jena 6' Widespread in County (Post, September 27, 2007, Page T01)

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