Handcuffed together, attorney Eric Vickers and East St. Louis Mayor Carl Officer on April 14, 1989, leave the courtroom of St. Clair County Associate Judge Sheila O'Brien. O'Brien found them in contempt for missing a hearing on the city's progress fixing sewers that were allowing raw sewage to flood a school and homes.
Handcuffed together, attorney Eric Vickers and East St. Louis Mayor Carl Officer on April 14, 1989, leave the courtroom of St. Clair County Associate Judge Sheila O'Brien. O'Brien found them in contempt for missing a hearing on the city's progress fixing sewers that were allowing raw sewage to flood a school and homes. BND file
Handcuffed together, attorney Eric Vickers and East St. Louis Mayor Carl Officer on April 14, 1989, leave the courtroom of St. Clair County Associate Judge Sheila O'Brien. O'Brien found them in contempt for missing a hearing on the city's progress fixing sewers that were allowing raw sewage to flood a school and homes. BND file

Civil rights attorney and activist Eric Vickers dies

April 17, 2018 05:34 PM