As part of a recent effort to solve dozens of racially-motivated murders that took place throughout the South during the 50s and 60s, the FBI is seeking help in tracking down the surviving family members of the deceased, people the agency believes may be able to help in their investigations. About the effort, FBI Civil Rights Chief Cynthia Deitle said, “Even if the bad guy was dead, we can finish the investigation and tell the family what happened.” ||