Mother of 1964 Murder Victim Anticipates Justice

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NPR's Melissa Block talks with Carolyn Goodman, mother of Andrew Goodman, one of the civil rights workers killed in 1964. Carolyn Goodman says she is not surprised that alleged Ku Klux Klan member Edgar Ray Killen has been charged, and she is not looking for revenge, but justice.

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