Ben Chaney, younger brother of slain civil rights worker James Chaney, was one of my interview subjects for my recent article in The American Prospect, "Belated Justice for Civil Rights Era Crimes." I spoke with Ben over the phone on June 4, 2007, two days after his mother Fannie Lee Chaney was buried next to her eldest son in Meridian, MS. Fannie Lee Chaney passed away on May 22, 2007. Unfortunately the quotes from our conversation were cut as the editor at The American Prospect helped me narrow the focus of the article. I am therefore posting this podcast of the full ten minute interview. In the interview, Ben Chaney discusses the importance of belated prosecutions of suspects in Civil Rights era crimes, the limitations of such prosecutions, how to hold government accountable for its role in crimes against Blacks and their allies and his mother's disappointment over the incomplete justice for her murdered son.