Three white men who admitted they were hunting black people have been sentenced to federal prison for their murder of a 47-year-old car-plant worker in Mississippi in 2011. Deryl Paul Dedmon received 50 years, John Aaron Rice was handed 18 1/2 years, and Dylan Wade Butler received seven years. All were charged with the commission of a hate crime. The three beat, ran over, and killed James Craig Anderson. They had also assaulted and harassed homeless black people who they thought would not tell the police.