Doctors treat 27-year-old Felton Turner, the victim of a hate crime. On the night of March 7, 1960, Turner was kidnapped at gunpoint by four hooded white men. The assailants transported Turner to an isolated wooded area, where they beat him with chains and hung him from a tree by his feet. As the gruesome footage shows, the men also scratched two sets of "KKK" into Turner's stomach with a knife. Turner eventually worked the ropes off his hands and feet and walked to a nearby night watchman's house to call the police. He told police that one assailant told him that they were hired to assault him in response to the lunch counter protests staged by Texas Southern University students.