U.S. Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga, left, talks with Elwin Wilson of Rock Hill in Lewis' Washington, D.C., office Tuesday while taping an interview for "Good Morning America" with reporter Claire Shipman. Wilson apologized for his role in a 1961 incident at a Rock Hill bus station where Lewis, then part of the "Freedom Riders," was assaulted. Below right, Lewis and Wilson look at a copy of Lewis' book before during taping.
U.S. Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga, left, talks with Elwin Wilson of Rock Hill in Lewis' Washington, D.C., office Tuesday while taping an interview for "Good Morning America" with reporter Claire Shipman. Wilson apologized for his role in a 1961 incident at a Rock Hill bus station where Lewis, then part of the "Freedom Riders," was assaulted. Below right, Lewis and Wilson look at a copy of Lewis' book before during taping.
U.S. Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga, left, talks with Elwin Wilson of Rock Hill in Lewis' Washington, D.C., office Tuesday while taping an interview for "Good Morning America" with reporter Claire Shipman. Wilson apologized for his role in a 1961 incident at a Rock Hill bus station where Lewis, then part of the "Freedom Riders," was assaulted. Below right, Lewis and Wilson look at a copy of Lewis' book before during taping.

Rock Hill man apologizes on TV for 1961 attack on congressman

February 04, 2009 12:53 AM