On June 14, a federal jury convicted reputed Klansman James Ford Seale of kidnapping and conspiracy in the 1964 deaths 19-year-olds Charles Eddie Moore and Henry Hezekiah Dee.
Moore and Dee's case was originally dropped after local authorities refused to call a grand jury, despite an FBI investigation. The case was re-opened in 2000 after a flurry of media reports, but again no charges were filed. According to the FBI, the case was officially closed again in June 2003.
The case was re-opened in 2005, following the efforts of documentary filmmaker David Ridgen and Charles Moore's brother, Thomas Moore. "Mississippi Cold Case" is the story of Ridgen and Thomas Moore's quest to bring a killer to justice.
Watch key moments from "Mississippi Cold Case" by clicking on the video to the right.