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Manhunt / Texas #235918

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 26, 1974
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(Studio) Law representatives close in on 3 escaped convicts: Ulmer, Mangum and Williams. 4- day rampage results in 2 killings and 2 rapes.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Near Stephenville, Texas) T.L.Baker, 65, found shot to death at home. He'd testified at trial of 2 of convicts. He warned officials he might be in danger. Woman who'd also testified against men murdered. Convicts stole cars, guns and wounded 5. R. G. Flory, 67, shot when refused to let them in house [FLORY - tells of shooting incident.] Families gather together at night. [Jack TIDWELL - says we can protect selves here.] [Williams' mother Mary COLLOM - says he's sick. Needs psychiatrist's help.] Texas Rangers and state troopers seal off area.

Mudd, Roger;
Rabel, Ed

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