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New York City /.44 Caliber Killer #253444

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 31, 1977
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(Studio) NYC's .44 caliber killer strikes again 1 year and 2 days after 1st attack. Both victims still alive.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(NYC) Victims are Stacy Moskowitz and Robert Violante. Details of shooting on Brooklyn oceanfront noted. [WOMAN - describes scene after shooting.] Killer calls self "Son of Sam." [Police SPOKESPERSON - says they have description, but no indication of who he is or where he island] Differences in this case and others noted. [MAN - had told Stacy many times to be careful.] Most of girl's neighbors wouldn't talk on camera; one who does asks not to be identified. [2nd MAN - says Stacy always asks about family.] Police got tip on Wednesday that killer would strike Thursday near Coney Island; date wrong, location correct.
REPORTER: Jim Kilpatrick

(Studio) Moskowitz given 50% chance of survival; Violante's condition noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Dean, Morton;
Kilpatrick, Jim

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