Three new names are being added to Oregon's memorial for fallen law enforcement officers, one of whom was involved in a long-ago incident in Klamath Falls. He's former Lake County deputy sheriff J-F Lewis, who was killed while trying to protect a prisoner from a lynch mob in what is now Klamath Falls. It was called Linkville in those days and what a story! The 19-year-old deputy was killed by a masked gang who wanted to lynch Lewis' prisoner for killing a fifteen-year-old boy. Lewis died but the lynch mob was driven off. And we only know about it because of the efforts of retried Texas detective who worked on this, the coldest of cold cases. Real Randolph Scott-type movie material here.