Milestones Jun. 13, 2005

EXHUMED. The body of EMMETT TILL, African- American teenager whose 1955 murder near Money, Miss., after he allegedly whistled at a white female store clerk helped galvanize the civil rights movement; to collect evidence for an investigation reopened last year after a documentary filmmaker told authorities he believed several who participated in the 14-year-old's murder are still alive; in Alsip, Ill. The clerk's husband and his half brother were tried and acquitted by an all-white jury but later admitted their involvement to Look magazine.

CONVICTED. MIKHAIL KHODORKOVSKY, 41, former chief of Russian oil giant Yukos, who became the country's wealthiest oligarch...

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