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Now to that story we promised earlier about justice long delayed as a political firestorm rages over the president's use of the word lynching. We look at a real lynching unsolved after 73 years. Well, today, an appeals court heard arguments on whether grand jury records in the case should be unsealed. Here's Mark Strassmann. Infamy lingers 50 miles east of Atlanta, where this lonely country road leads to the Moors Ford Bridge. Civil rights activist Tyrone Brooks showed us where the four lynching...
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