Jackson Free Press Teams with CBC to Pursue 1964 Klan-Related Killings

july 22, 2005  11:00 am
A team of reporters from the Mississippi alt-weekly and a documentarian from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation accompanied Thomas Moore during his recently concluded trip to Jackson, Miss. Moore's brother, Charles, and his friend, Henry Dee, were killed there by the Ku Klux Klan in 1964. During his visit, Moore convinced U.S. Attorney Dunn Lampton, who served under Moore in the Army, to commit to forming a task force to re-investigate the case. Read the Free Press story here.