Eric Vickers, the provocative, complex and controversial attorney and civil rights activist who defended causes and clients on both sides of the Mississippi, has died. He was 65.
His mantra was "litigating, agitating and negotiating."
In 1999, Vickers orchestrated an event that required plenty of agitating and negotiating.
He helped shutdown Interstate 70 to protest the dearth of African-Americans hired to work on highway projects.