Abriel Thomas, a cousin of Emmett Till, holds a triptych showing childhood photos of Till in his Chicago home Monday, May 10, 2004, after news that federal authorities are reopening the investigation into the 14-year-old's 1955 race-motivated murder. “I wish Mamie could have been here,” Thomas said. “It was the only thing she ever wanted out of life – a little bit of justice.”
Abriel Thomas, a cousin of Emmett Till, holds a triptych showing childhood photos of Till in his Chicago home Monday, May 10, 2004, after news that federal authorities are reopening the investigation into the 14-year-old's 1955 race-motivated murder. “I wish Mamie could have been here,” Thomas said. “It was the only thing she ever wanted out of life – a little bit of justice.” JEFF ROBERSON AP
Abriel Thomas, a cousin of Emmett Till, holds a triptych showing childhood photos of Till in his Chicago home Monday, May 10, 2004, after news that federal authorities are reopening the investigation into the 14-year-old's 1955 race-motivated murder. “I wish Mamie could have been here,” Thomas said. “It was the only thing she ever wanted out of life – a little bit of justice.” JEFF ROBERSON AP

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