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Atlanta Killings #268682

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 05, 1980
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(Studio) No. of black children murdered or who have disappeared in recent mos. in Atlanta, Georgia, noted.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Atlanta, Georgia) Media efforts to warn parents and to appeal to killer in Atlanta shown. [Millicent BROWN - comments.] Emotional problems surfacing among city's children discussed. [Psychologist Kay LOVELAND - comments.] Efforts by local agencies to help families noted. [Corrine BROWN - comments.] Police reported employing Center for Disease Control techniques used to curb epidemics to develop profile of those children most likely to be murdered; more than one suspect said known responsible for killings.

Cronkite, Walter;
Olsen, Pam

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