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Agent Pursued Civil Rights-Era Cold Cases
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Agent Pursued Civil Rights-Era Cold Cases

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Agent Pursued Civil Rights-Era Cold Cases

Agent Pursued Civil Rights-Era Cold Cases
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Last week, James Seale was found guilty of federal kidnapping and conspiracy in the 1964 deaths of Henry Dee and Charles Eddie Moore. That conviction was due in part to the work of a retired FBI agent in Mississippi, Jim Ingram. Ingram talks with Anthony Brooks about his work on civil rights-era cold cases.

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