Following Conviction, MSNBC Re-Airs “Mississippi Cold Case”

By Brian 

On June 9, MSNBC presented the U.S. premiere of “Mississippi Cold Case,” an hour-long documentary originally broadcast on the CBC about a civil-rights era double-murder in Mississippi.

“The case was re-opened in 2005, following the efforts of documentary filmmaker David Ridgen and Charles Moore’s brother, Thomas Moore,” says.

On Thursday, a jury convicted James Ford Seale of kidnapping and conspiracy in the case. In light of the new developments, MSNBC re-aired the documentary Saturday at 10pm and Sunday at 9pm…

> Update: 10:24am: “MSNBC aired the Mississippi Cold Case show the night of the conviction as well — they included updates at the top and end of the show,” an e-mailer adds…