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Tennessee / Manhunt / Prison Escape #295526

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 22, 1984
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REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Brownsville, Tennessee) Continue search by Tennessee officials for 3 escaped convicts said intensifying after Ronald Freeman and James Clegg killed Brownsville resident Paul Windrow; circumstances of Windrow's murder examined. Films, photos shown. [Tennessee department of correction spokesperson Dick BAUMBACH - describes abduction of Windrow's wife after his murder.] [Lester PROVINCE - describes Elizabeth Windrow's condition after release.] [Neighbor Henry SMITH - laments death of friend.] Details of prisoners' escape Saturday and capture of some reviewed.

McManus, Jim;
Rather, Dan

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