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(Studio) James and Leann Lewis, sought in connection with Tylenol murders, reported writing Chicago, Illinois, newspaper of their innocence.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
(Chicago, Illinois) Lewis' letter to "Chicago Tribune", signed by Robert Richardson, quoted on screen, discussed. (Time-date line multiplied across screen.) [Illinois attorney general Tyrone FAHNER - calls for Lewis to surrender.] Issue of drugstore surveillance photograph featuring Tylenol victim Paula Prince and man once thought perhaps to be Lewis recalled; photograph shown.
REPORTER: Ned Potter
- Potter, Ned;
- Schieffer, Bob
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