TV series probes US rights murders

A filmmaker is out to shed light on the murders of civil-rights activists in the 1960s.


    A filmmaker on a mission for justice is out to shed some light on the murders of American civil rights activists in the 1960s.

    With witnesses getting older and evidence gathering dust, time is ticking on these so-called cold case files.

    But as Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds explains, a new series hopes to help authorities solve crimes long forgotten to all but some.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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