The Mississippi Burning Case
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The 1964 brutal murders of three young civil rights workers, which inspired the movie "Mississippi Burning," shocked the nation and lead to the Voting Rights Act of 1965. The state of Mississippi, however, decided not to prosecute the murderers. 40 years later, Barry Bradford had the honor of working with an investigative reporter to reopen the case. Bradford presents this extraordinary story.