Definition of Lynching. Meaning of Lynching. Synonyms of Lynching

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Definition of Lynching

Lynching
Lynch Lynch, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Lynched; p. pr. & vb. n. Lynching.] [See Note under Lynch law.] To inflict punishment upon, especially death, without the forms of law, as when a mob captures and hangs a suspected person. See Lynch law.

Meaning of Lynching from wikipedia

- mob violence. The largest lynching during the war and perhaps the largest lynching in all of U.S. history, was the lynching of 41 men in the Great Hanging...
- List of lynching victims in the United States Charles Lynch (judge) Lynching Lynching of Jesse Washington March 14, 1891 New Orleans lynchings M**** racial...
- A lynching postcard is a postcard bearing the photograph of a lynching—a vigilante murder usually motivated by racial hatred—intended to be distributed...
- providing rare imagery of a lynching in progress. The pictures were printed and sold as postcards in Waco. Although the lynching was supported by many Waco...
- This is a list of lynching victims in the United States. Lynching is the summary execution of one or more persons without due process of law by a group...
- Florida Lynch, Old English term for terrace (earthworks) Lynch Town, Kentucky, an unincorporated community Lynch House (disambiguation) Lynching, an extrajudicial...
- evidence of rape. The 1920 lynchings are the only known instance of lynching of African-Americans in Minnesota. Twenty other lynchings were recorded in Minnesota...
- The 2000 Ramallah lynching was a violent incident that took place on October 12, 2000 – early in the Al-Aqsa Intifada – at the el-Bireh police station...
- Representatives as H.R. 11279. It was intended to establish lynching as a federal crime. The Dyer Anti-Lynching Bill was re-introduced in subsequent sessions of...
- personal ****ault, murder, or rape than lynching ... Despite, or even because of, its relative rarity, lynching held a singular psychological force, generating...
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