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You can't blame a nigger for being a nigger, no more than you can blame a dog for being a dog. But a whore like you, co-mingling with mongrels, betraying your own? That makes you worse than a nigger. I'll tell you what I'll do. I'll leave you tied up here naked. First, it'll just be bugs eating at ya. One day, maybe two. That sun's gonna be cooking you. And animals... they're gonna pick on your stink. They'll come looking for something to eat.
~ Freddie Lee Cobb threatening Ellen Roark

Freddie Lee Cobb is one of the two main antagonists of the 1996 crime drama movie A Time To Kill (the other being Rufus Buckley).

He was portrayed by Kiefer Sutherland, who also portrayed Bob Wolverton in Freeway, David in The Lost Boys, John "Ace" Merrill in Stand By Me, Senator Quintas Corvus in Pompeii, The Caller in Phone Booth and Robert Doob in Eye For an Eye.

Freddie Lee and his brother Billy Ray are violent white supremacists and members of the Mississippi Ku Klux Klan. Billy Ray rapes a young African-American girl named Tonya Hailey, provoking her father, Carl Lee, to kill him; as a result, Freddie Lee swears revenge. He calls Carl Lee's lawyer, Jake Brigance, and makes death threats against him.

Freddie Lee and his fellow Klan members kidnap Brigance's love interest Ellen Roark and torture her by stripping her naked, tying her to a post and whipping her. 

After Carl Lee is acquitted, Freddie Lee and the other KKK members, including a corrupt sheriff's deputy, prepare to take revenge. However, Sheriff Ozzie Walls intercepts and arrests them.

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