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Rape #221386

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 05, 1972
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(Studio) Boston detectives investigating series of murders. 4 girl hitchhikers killed in last 3 mos. 2 cases involved sexual attacks.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Boulder, Colorado) Police officer acquaints college students with hazards of rape on campus. In last 2 years, 58 sex-related crimes reported at U of Colorado. Police feel most rapes related to hitchhiking; most rapes not reported [STUDENT - says she was beat and almost raped. Told police and they laughed and suggested she invited the assault.] [PAT, raped student, - says police have attitude of doing nothing about rape; wouldn't make arrest without her being 100% sure of identification of attackers.] Escort service set up by women students, and now police more helpful.
REPORTER: Sylvia Chase

Chase, Sylvia;
Mudd, Roger

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