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Florida / Murders #280390

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 11, 1982
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(Studio) Daytona Beach, Florida, motel clerk recalled arrested for murder in April 1980.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Tampa, Florida) Gerald Stano's confession to mass murders examined. [Task force spokesperson Edward WILLIAMS - notes accuracy of Stano's confessions.] Victims Molly Newell, Gail Foster, Phoebe Winston, Susan Basile discussed; films, photos shown. [Police sergeant Paul CROW - notes Stano's cunningness; claims he's emotionless.] [Psychologist Ann McMILLAN - cites Stano's dual personalities.] [Victim's mother Sue WINSTON - would gladly kill Stano; calls for his execution.] Stano noted confessing to murders in New Jersey and Pennsylvania as well; possible number of murders involved mentioned.
REPORTER: Wyatt Andrews

Andrews, Wyatt;
Rather, Dan

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