Longtime partner can't sue in Miss. hate crime case

The longtime partner of a James Anderson, a gay black man allegedly murdered by a group of white teenagers in Jackson, Miss., cannot participate in a lawsuit against the defendants because the state does not recognize their relationship. According to investigators, Anderson was beaten and robbed in June by a group yelling "white power," and was then run over by at least one member of the group driving a pickup truck.

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