Ken Bolin, pastor of Manchester Baptist Church, was one of the organizers of the march against drugs in May 2004. Entrenched corruption among local politicians helped drug dealers thrive in Clay County. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
Ken Bolin, pastor of Manchester Baptist Church, was one of the organizers of the march against drugs in May 2004. Entrenched corruption among local politicians helped drug dealers thrive in Clay County. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Ken Bolin, pastor of Manchester Baptist Church, was one of the organizers of the march against drugs in May 2004. Entrenched corruption among local politicians helped drug dealers thrive in Clay County. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

Decades of poverty and vote-buying led to widespread corruption in Clay County

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