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Washington / Green River Murders #287674

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 25, 1983
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(Studio) Justice Department's latest report on serial murderers recalled.
REPORTER: Diane Sawyer

(Riverton Heights, WA) Series of murders of young women here, dubbed by police as the Green River murders, examined; slayings thought beginning 18 months ago with discovery of Wendy Lee Caulfield's body. Films shown. [Task force director T. Michael NAULT - notes killer remains at large.] Psychological impact in surrounding communities discussed. [Resident Alan COOTER - fears killer will tire of prostitutes as victims and seek other women.] [Community council spokesperson Raleigh BURR - explains establishing reward fund.]
REPORTER: Barry Petersen

Petersen, Barry;
Sawyer, Diane

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