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NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 06, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Graham, Washington: Miguel Almaguer) The tragedy in Washington, where Josh Powell set fire to his house, killing himself and his 2 sons, featured; family photos shown; scenes shown of the house on fire; details given about Powell’s custody battle with his missing wife Susan’s parents, Chuck and Judy Cox. [Pierce County Detective Ed TROYER†- says we found cans of gas with the bodies.] [Pierce County Sheriff Paul PASTOR†- says this was a horrible murder of 2 little kids.] [C. COX – says the children are with their mother.] [In August 2011, POWELL – says he could never hurt Susan or his sons.] What one Powell boy said about his mother noted. [Loyola Law School Laurie LEVENSON†- says as the children began to talk, Powell got nervous.]

Williams, Brian;
Almaguer, Miguel

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