When all is said and done, one fact remains. On the night of May 11, 1967, a crowd of protestors marched east on Lynch Street, throwing debris at a line of officers. Shots rang out, several people were wounded, one fatally. Who fired the shot in the dark that killed Benjamin Brown, a supposedly innocent bystander who lost his life on his twenty-second birthday? Who knows what really happened that night? Eyewitnesses gave their accounts, then turned around and recanted those statements. This book recounts the happenings of that momentous night from an objective eye. A true to life account that will hopefully remind us of justice. If not, bring closure to wounds left by injustice.