Friendship Nine members Willie McCleod, left, and David Williamson, center, talk with Elwin Wilson at Old Town Bistro in downtown Rock Hill on Friday. Wilson came to the restaurant to apologize for his years of racial hatred.
Friendship Nine members Willie McCleod, left, and David Williamson, center, talk with Elwin Wilson at Old Town Bistro in downtown Rock Hill on Friday. Wilson came to the restaurant to apologize for his years of racial hatred. aburriss@heraldonline.com
Friendship Nine members Willie McCleod, left, and David Williamson, center, talk with Elwin Wilson at Old Town Bistro in downtown Rock Hill on Friday. Wilson came to the restaurant to apologize for his years of racial hatred. aburriss@heraldonline.com

'I need to tell some people I am sorry'

January 24, 2009 02:11 AM

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