Herman Frank Cash
|Herman Frank Cash|
|Born||July 25, 1918|
|Died||February 7, 1994
|Known for||Suspected co-conspirator in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing|
Herman Frank Cash (July 25, 1918 – February 7, 1994) was suspected to have been a fourth conspirator in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing of 1963.
Cash was married to Myrtle Cash and had two children, Clem and Dale. He was a truck driver for Dixie-Ohio Express Company. Cash was a member of United Klans of America, a Ku Klux Klan organization.
Although officially named by the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a suspect as early as 1965, Cash was never formally charged with any crime. He maintained his innocence and passed a polygraph test given by the FBI. Acquaintances claimed that Cash was too nervous to be capable of committing a crime of the magnitude of the bombing.
- Eric Brantley (10 May 2014). "Herman Frank Cash". Find a Grave. Retrieved 21 June 2014.
- Death spares scrutiny of Cash in bomb probe: The Birmingham News
- Birmingham's painful past reopened: Los Angeles Times
- Sikora, Frank (2005). Until Justice Rolls Down: The Birmingham Church Bombing Case. University of Alabama Press. ISBN 9780817352684.
- Thomas Edwin Blanton, Jr.
- Bobby Frank Cherry
- Robert Edward Chambliss
- African-American history
- African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)
- Birmingham campaign
- Mass racial violence in the United States
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