Fifty years long

American law enforcement agencies have traditionally prided themselves on their lengths that they can and will go to bring the law to those who deserve it. That reputation is about to get a shot in the arm.

In August of nineteen fifty five, a young boy was visiting his uncle, and family in Mississippi this Chicago native of fourteen years old did something whose consequences that he wouldn't live to regret. He whistled at a while woman, and three day's later he paid with his life. Mutilated and dumped in a river the promising life of Emmett Louis Till would end. A short time later men who later confessed to killing him would be tried and acquitted by an all white jury. His mother ordered an open casket funeral for the boy, a move that would stimulate the civil rights movement incalculably.

This week the FBI decided to bring justice to this case.


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