Justice at Last for Two Murdered Teens

James Ford Seale, a reputed member of the Ku Klux Klan, was sentenced today to three life terms in prison for his role in the abduction and murder of two black teenagers in Mississippi in 1964. Seale was convicted in June of kidnapping and conspiracy in the deaths of Henry Dee and Charles Moore, both 19, in what may have been one of the last of the Klan cold cases to reach trial. Seale's alleged accomplice, Charles Edwards, was the state's star witness. Since 1989, a number of civil rights...Full Story
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