The city of New Orleans has reported it will apologize for the lynching of 11 Italian-Americans in 1891.
A portion of the exploited people had been blamed for killing a police boss, however were vindicated after a preliminary.
Irate about the decision, a horde of supremacist vigilantes in the city assaulted and openly hanged them.
City hall leader LaToya Cantrell is expected to apologize for the murdering – accepted to be the biggest recorded lynching in US history – on 12 April.
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She will issue the expression of remorse at an Italian-American social focus in the city, a representative told the Associated Press news office.